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November 2014 - Posts

How to light up your house safely this holiday season
Everyone loves decorating for the holidays, but there are a number of safety tips to keep in mind when lighting up your home. Test your knowledge with the following statements and learn to separate fact from fiction when buying and installing lights: Read More...
'Tis the season to layer your décor
The holidays offer a once-a-year opportunity to decorate our homes in a whole new way – and the right décor combination will take any space from festive to fabulous. Read More...
Dangerous Christmas trees? Preventing accidental fire during the holidays
It's the holiday season, our most festive time of the year. It's a time of celebration, joy and connecting with family and friends. Unfortunately, this important time can also be one marked by tragedy if precautions are not taken against accidental fire. Read More...
4 ways to protect your home from holiday hazards
Snow is falling outside, crowds swarm shopping malls, and eggnog is chilling in the fridge. The festive season is a joyful time of year but it also involves its own unique set of risks – and many are not anticipated. Here's a guideline with four of the most important tips to ward off the threat to your good tidings and cheer: Read More...
Frozen Pipes Can Cause More Than a Mess
Plumbing issues are part of being a homeowner. Over time you are bound to experience a problem with your drains, toilets, or showers. However, one potential plumbing issue that most Canadians don't think about is the possibility of the pipes freezing during the winter. Read More...
Prepare your winter tools for action
“There's nothing worse than heading out to tackle the first snowfall and finding that your tools aren't properly prepared,” says Michelle Sordi, director of marketing at Husqvarna Canada, a worldwide leader in outdoor power products. “By following a few simple steps, you can ensure that you're ready to go once the weather turns.” Read More...
November 1-7 is Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week
A new law is in effect in Ontario that requires all homes of any age to have at least one working carbon monoxide (CO) alarm installed outside sleeping areas if there is a risk of CO exposure. This year, Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week takes place from November 1 to 7 across the province, a chance to get learn more about this deadly gas. Read More...