Home Safety


Fire Escape Ladders – Video

Each room in your house should contain two means of escaping a fire. The door is an obvious one, but the second means of escape may require a fire escape ladder. A fire escape ladder is necessary if the door cannot be utilized as an escape during a fire. We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a video by This Old House regarding How to Install a Fire Escape Ladder […]

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Rebar Cap Horseshoe Stakes

We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a quick safety tip for your outdoor fun this summer. Place a rebar cap on horseshoe stakes to eliminate an impalement hazard. Rebar caps are utilized in the construction industry to eliminate impalement hazards on vertical rebar. The rebar caps are inexpensive and can be purchased at home improvement […]

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The Importance of House Numbers – Video

Did you know that seconds can make the difference between life and death in an emergency? An example is that a fire doubles in size approximately every 30 seconds. Make sure your house numbers are visible from the road. We at ivalueSafety.com want to share a video by Gray Fire and Rescue regarding The Importance […]

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Fire Escape Ladders

In recognition of National Fire Prevention Week’s campaign of “Learn” two ways of out of each room. We are sharing a post regarding Fire Escape Ladders. Each room in your house should contain two means of escaping a fire. The door is an obvious one, but the second means of escape may require a fire escape ladder. A fire escape ladder is necessary if […]

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Weird Smell Indicates Electrical Fire Hazard

In recognition of National Electrical Safety Month, we at ivalueSafety.com want to share a post by EnergyToday regarding Weird Smell Indicates Electrical Fire Hazard per the following: The Smell: A “fishy” odor in your home. Now, we know— chances are, you’re not experiencing this problem right now but for the love of your home, your […]

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