• Lacie Martin

How to Stay on Budget Creating a Safe and Secure Home

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We all want to feel safe in our homes. Unfortunately, homeowners encounter all kinds of health, safety, and security hazards every single day. Securing your home against threats—both external and internal—will offer some valuable peace of mind. And you don’t have to empty your pockets to do it! Here are some budget-friendly home safety tips from Technolamp to make your home a safer place for you and your family.


Home Security


There are a number of effective ways to keep intruders off your property and out of your home. Beyond changing the locks, consider installing a security system and motion-activated lights.


● If you just moved into a new home, hire a reliable local locksmith to change your locks.

● Install a smart home security system that allows you to remotely monitor your home from anywhere.

● Install motion-sensing lights around your home exterior to deter criminals.


Accident Prevention


Unintentional injuries are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. Many of these accidents occur in the home. Safeguard your family from these accidents!


● Store hazardous chemicals and medicines in a locked cabinet if you have young kids.

● Raise the temperature of your water heater to kill bacteria and use anti-scald devices to prevent scalding.

● Keep a fully-stocked first-aid kit in your home for medical emergencies.

● Learn fire safety best practices for your home kitchen.


Disaster Preparedness


You never know when disaster will strike. While preparing for a natural disaster may require some time and money upfront, the investment will quickly pay off in an emergency.


● Learn about the natural disasters that are common in your region.

● Digitize documents and store them in the cloud to safeguard them from whatever disaster may strike. If you run a business, consider going paperless and digitizing documents you generate on a regular basis with tools like a free invoice generator you can find online.

● Put together a disaster preparedness kit, complete with everything from clean drinking water to pet supplies.

● Pack a “go bag” with everything you will need if you have to evacuate your home on short notice.


You don’t need to spend a lot of money to secure your home against threats. Whether you’re concerned about intruders, household accidents, or natural disasters, there are inexpensive ways to protect your property and loved ones. Make safety a priority in your household and you’ll be able to sleep easy knowing your family is prepared for anything.


Lacie Martin

Raisethemwell.org

lacie@raisethemwell.org