Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips for MA Residents

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a silent killer. It is odorless and colorless and kills an average of 170 people every year in the US. ┬áTo help keep your family safe, here is some important information about carbon monoxide and some carbon monoxide safety … [Read more...]

Massachusetts Blizzard Preparation

If you haven't already heard, there's a record breaking blizzard headed our way! Massachusetts residents should take a little time today to prepare for this big storm before it starts this afternoon. This is expected to be a slow moving storm staying … [Read more...]

Winter Safety Tips for MA Homes

Today is the winter solstice, winter has officially arrived. It's already been quite cold, so we can expect that to continue over the next few months. As you hibernate indoors during the cold weather, here are some winter safety tips to keep in … [Read more...]

Tips on Childproofing a Home

Children add a new complexity to your living situation. It is important to implement safety measures in your home to keep your children safe. Some childproofing measures are obvious, and others, not so obvious. Here are some tips on childproofing a … [Read more...]

Reducing the Chances of Break-ins to Your Home

There are over 2 million burglaries reported in the U.S. every year. Many of these could have been prevented with just a little bit of foresight and precaution. Here are a few helpful tips for reducing the chances of break-ins to your home. Install … [Read more...]

Community Safety Tips

One of the most fulfilling feelings for many people is being a member of a community. It gives you the opportunity to meet new people, make friends, and learn about your surrounding environment and culture. Help keep your neighborhood safe with these … [Read more...]

Tips on Dealing with Potholes

Potholes normally make their appearance in the Spring. With Massachusetts weather changing dramatically from subzero temperatures to above freezing temperatures lately, they are making their appearance much earlier than expected. Here are some … [Read more...]