Top Security Considerations When Moving to a New Home

Moving into a new home is an exciting time, but it can also pose some safety risks. According to Forbes, over 1 million burglaries happen each year. This means that once you move, you need to account for the security of both of these homes, at least as long as you still own the old property. Here are some security measures you should take during and after your move:
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4 Simple School Bus Safety Tips to Share With Your Kids

February 22nd is National School Bus Driver Appreciation Day, which honors school bus drivers for their dedication to getting kids to and from school safely. What better way to celebrate our school bus drivers than by teaching our children some simple bus etiquette to help make the bus drivers’ jobs easier?

Here are some basic school bus safety tips to go over with your kids.

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How a Home Security System Gives You Peace of Mind When Kids Are Home Alone

If you’re uneasy with the idea of your kids being left home alone, you’ll be pleased to know that your home security system enables you to keep tabs on them and ensure their safety even when you’re not around. Here are some ways a home security system can offer peace of mind when your kids are home unsupervised.

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Blizzard in New England Preparedness Tips

Blizzard in BostonHere in New England, we never know when a storm is going to hit, especially since the weather can change rapidly this time of year. According to the Northeast States Emergency Consortium, there are three main types of winter storms – blizzards, ice storms, and Nor’easters. Risks include power outages, high winds that cause fallen trees, white-out conditions, coastal flooding, icy and dangerous conditions, and extreme cold.

The goal is to be ready for every situation long before any of these storms hit. Here are some common-sense tips that will help you prepare for those difficult winter storms.

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Winter Holidays Home Safety Tips

Big mug with hot tea and a candle, wool scarf, near cozy fireplace, in country houseBetween holiday decorating, hosting gatherings, entertaining visitors from out of town, and an increase in deliveries, there is a lot going on around the house during the holidays. Although these activities are fun, these distractions can cause security and safety risks that leave your home vulnerable.

This article will cover some tips that will ensure that your home is safe and secure though the holiday season.

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Best Online Apps for Researching Crime and Staying Safe in Your Neighborhood

It’s always wise to be aware of potential crime and safety risks in your area since knowledge is the first step to creating a plan that will address these safety risks. There are tools out there that will provide crime statistics. This data is based on neighborhood, city, or statewide data. Each tool listed below allows users to gather important data, receive alerts, and connect with others in their neighborhoods. These are some of the best tools we’ve found.

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Stay Safe While Traveling This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving weekend is one of the biggest travel weekends of the year, and driving is typically the most popular method of travel. In 2021, AAA predicted 48.3 million people would travel by car over the holiday weekend. A year later, there are even fewer restrictions, and folks are even more eager to visit family and friends, so it’s safe to expect even more travelers on the nation’s highways.

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Daylight Savings: Seasonal Safety Check-in

Daylight savings time comes around twice per year, making it a fantastic opportunity to do a seasonal safety check-in around your home. Massachusetts winters are notoriously cold, so it’s essential to prepare for inclement weather and the hazards that come with it. Keeping your home safe and stocked with emergency supplies will save you a last-minute trip to the store during poor weather. Use this seasonal safety checklist to prep your household for the coming months.

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Happy Halloween: Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips for 2022

For young kids, Halloween is a fun-filled holiday that promises an abundance of candy and the opportunity to sport spooky costumes. For parents, the eeriest parts of Halloween have little to do with the costumes. 

Due to increased pedestrians, low visibility, and an abundance of distractions, Halloween night typically brings a surge of pedestrian fatalities, particularly among children. 

These tips will help keep your children and any trick-or-treaters visiting your home safe on Halloween night.  Read more

Fall Home Security Checklist

Autumn brings shorter days, increased precipitation, and the start of storm season. This simple seasonal home security checklist will help you prepare for seasonal changes to keep you and your home safe and secure through the autumn months.

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