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Yard Sales

Is there too much clutter in your home? It can be a shock to see all the stuff most of us have accumulated over the years.
One of the best things ways to clear out clutter is to have a yard sale. Here are some tips to making it effective:
1. Advertise your sale in a local newspaper, make sure you include your address, day(s) and times of your sale.
2. Place directional signs at nearby key locations.
3. Place smaller items on tables.
4. Be prepared in case of inclement weather.
5. Be prepared for EARLY Birds.
6. Start with an adequate amount of change, small bills and coins.
7. Have plenty of help
8. Have FUN!
Lack of clutter will help to sell your show your home better and it will ease your move to a new place. Even if you are staying put, getting rid of clutter will allow you to enjoy your home more comfortably.


Fire Safety

Fire Safety Tips
It's important to replace old batteries in your home's smoke alarms with new ones. Dust each alarm and test it to make sure it functions properly. Smoke alarms should be placed on each floor and close to bedrooms.
It is also a good idea to check you fire extinguishers at the same time. Many models are only good for a certain number of years before needing to be serviced or replaced. Each home should have one extinquisher located in the kitchen and one for the garage.
Take a few minutes to scan your home's power outlets. Overloaded circuits cause many home fires. Replace any cord or plug that has cracks or visible damage.
Arrange and schedule a family fire drill. Have a plan of action of how everyone can get out of the house safely and in a timely manner.
Doing these easy tasks every month can improve your home's safety and your peace of mind.