Improve Safety

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Home Inspector with Affordable Canadian Home Inspections

IMPROVE SAFETY.

·  Correct trip hazards in sidewalk

·  Remove clutter from walkways and stairs

·  Add lighting where necessary

·  Post signs to alert visitors to potential hazards such as low head room

·  Move stored items away from attic's pull down stairs

·  Install and/or secure stair hand rails

·  Cover exposed electrical junction boxes

·  Add GFCI's (ground fault circuit interrupters)

·  Store chemicals out of reach of children

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Affordable Home Inspections

      Home Inspections Since 1997

     30 years experience in home renovation and general contracting

     15 years experience as a real estate investor and in marketing

 

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Rainer
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Don MacLean
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And in New England it's shovel walk ways, put down ice melt.

Remove large icicles from overhangs and gutters as well as shovel emergency or secondary exits etc.

Safety changes with location and time of year also lol

Enjoy your day

Mar 04, 2010 10:55 PM #1
Rainer
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With all of the hillside properties we have here, trip hazards are a major concern, especially when people go creating non-standard walkways to make their places look more rural.

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