Last week a great portion of Colorado’s front range was under red flag warning for fire danger. Sparked by warmer, dryer weather with lots of wind, the warning was issued to reduce the chances of fires.
At Interstate Roofing we want you and your roofs to stay safe, so we found some tips that can help you protect yourself and your home now.
5 Ways to Make Your Home Safer | This Old House You no doubt have smoke detectors in your home, and you may have a wide assortment of non-skid mats, baby gates, grab bars, and handrails to help keep your family safe. Maybe not, according to Meri-K Appy, president of the Home Safety Council, who says that maintaining a safe environment at home takes practice — literally. The sight of that little alarm snug up against your ceiling may make you feel safe, but if the battery has died or the detector has reached the end of its life, it will be useless to you in a fire. Via thisoldhouse.com