The Official Blog

Safety at Home Category


Last updated: May 24, 2024 • Safety at Home

How to Deal With a Nosey Neighbor

No matter where you call home or your place in society, there’s one universal truth: nosy neighbors are just a part of life. In every neighborhood, there’s bound to be that one neighbor who doesn’t quite grasp the concept of personal boundaries. They come from all backgrounds imaginable – different cultures, social circles, and economic …

Continue reading


Last updated: April 29, 2021 • Lifestyle, Safety at Home

Best US cities for healthcare

When we think about relocating to a new city most of the time we research the area in hope of finding a couple of things we are interested in. Most commonly people look around to see what is the cost of living, is the city safe, what kind of amenities does it have, and different …

Continue reading


Last updated: September 11, 2021 • Safety at Home

October is Fire Prevention Month!

According to national statistics, more people are injured and killed in house fires than any other kind of fire. Over 4,000 Americans are killed yearly in house fires, and many of these occur in the fall and wintertime when people are cooped up inside and heaters/ovens are on more often. October is fire prevention month, …

Continue reading


Last updated: May 7, 2021 • Safety at Home

Hurricane vs. Tornado, Which is more Catastrophic to your Home?

It’s a natural disaster throw down – hurricanes vs. tornadoes. Whether you live in the heartland or by the coast, there are always weather events that can turn your town upside down! But which is worse? Hurricanes If you live anywhere on the southern or southeastern coastlines of the US, you have probably endured at …

Continue reading


Last updated: May 12, 2021 • Safety at Home

Six Things You Should do During Hurricane Season in Florida

Hurricane season is upon us for Florida real estate owners, and this year is predicted to have some fierce activity after 10 years of relative quiet on the landfall front. Are you prepared in case of a hurricane that appears to be tracking for landfall, and do you know what to do in the midst …

Continue reading

error: Content is protected !!