Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Silent Killer

With temperature dropping outside, you’ll be cranking up the heat indoors. While a toasty fire or preheated car are a comfort on frosty days, they can let in scary fumes from natural gas or carbon monoxide that can poison or … Continue reading

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Check Out IoPhic in This Old House

On stands now, the IoPhic Smoke and Fire Alarm was named one of This Old House’s Top 100 Best New Home Products of 2012! You can check out it out here.  

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Thanksgiving Safety

Thanksgiving – a time for friends, family and feasting.  With everyone home for the holiday, you can be sure your kitchen is about to get a work out.  Before prepping the feast, prep your guests with these safety tips so … Continue reading

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Home Improvement Rule Book

By Katie Bower, Bower Power  We are big fans of doing it yourself. Why? Because when you tackle your own home improvement projects, you save labor costs, get the satisfaction of bragging to your friends about your pure awesomeness and … Continue reading

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Home Safety Check List For Winter

By: Trisha Novotny, 24/7 Moms As we head into the colder months we need to take time to prepare our homes and families for the upcoming winter. My home safety checklist will assist you in keeping your family safe during … Continue reading

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Outdoor Fall Fire Safety with Katie: Grills & Special Occasion Lighting

How do I say this?  Oh right…we almost caught our house on fire.  Awkward silence is totally acceptable.  The thing is, we made a big mistake in grill safety and thankfully we caught it in time.  But close calls are … Continue reading

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Nuisances by the Numbers

We all have had those annoying nuisance alarms caused by smoke in the kitchen or steam in the shower. If you’re like most others, you probably just pulled down the alarm or removed the batteries to get the alarm to … Continue reading

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