Archive for June, 2016

How to Use a Child Safety Seat

Monday, June 20th, 2016
child safety seat

A safe baby is a happy baby!

Do you know how to properly use a child safety seat? Maryland state law requires that children under the age of eight years old ride in a car seat, unless they are taller than 4’11”. According to SafeKids.org, 73 percent of car seats are not used properly. However, when properly used, car seats can reduce a child’s risk of death in a car accident by 71 percent! Knowing how to use a car seat properly is important knowledge for parents. Here are a few tips to make sure you know how to properly use your child safety seat. (more…)

Protect Your Vehicle Against Car Theft

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
Car theft

You can prevent car theft by taking the necessary precautions with your vehicle.

Buying and maintaining a car can be an expensive process. The last thing that you want is to put time and effort into your car, just to have it be stolen. Car and motorcycle thefts are becoming more and more prevalent in today’s world. A typical car theft will occur in an urban area, but is also not uncommon for those of you living in suburban and rural areas. Everyone needs to make sure to be as smart as possible with your car to ensure its safety. Keep on reading if you want to learn how you can best protect yourself against car theft. (more…)

Where is That Water Leak Coming From?

Monday, June 6th, 2016
water leak

Mold is a sure sign of a water leak.

There is a decent chance you are already familiar with the most common sources of water leaks in the home. These include things like faulty or damaged roofs, toilets, pipes, and sinks. However, while these are common, they are not the sole sources of the water leak. Read on to learn more about all of the places a water leak can originate from, how to spot one, and what you can do about it to avoid a flood. (more…)