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October 2019

Tips for staying safe this Halloween

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Image result for trick or treatThere is nothing more adorable than seeing our kids excitedly trick-or-treating as their favorite superhero or cartoon character. As we fondly reminisce Halloweens passed, we get to enjoy watching them form memories of their own. While these times are sure to be cherished, its important that we always remember to practice safety first.

While I hate to cast a shadow on my favorite holiday, I feel compelled to share the following in the name of safety. According to the National Safety Council, children are more than twice as likely to be struck and killed by a vehicle on Halloween than any other day of the year. Scary, right? If numbers and stats are your thing, visit the National Safety Council to learn more. The full article can be found here.

Statistics aside, we want to help ensure adults and children have a safe holiday. For safety tips on costumes, trick-or-treating, candy allergies, etc. we recommend giving Halloween Safety Tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics a read. You might be surprised by the number of safety tips you never considered.

Have a safe and happy Halloween!

Don't forget your Fall maintenance!

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Autumn is officially here!


Related imageWith the changing of the leaves come Fall festivals, the Coastal Carolina Fair, pumpkin patches and hay rides. With so many exciting festivities its easy to forget winter is just around the corner. However, its important to complete your fall maintenance checklist now before the days get too short and the weather too cold. Most Fall maintenance items don't take long and you can rest easy this winter knowing your home is prepared. Plus, the sooner you finish the sooner you can get back to the candied apples and Halloween crafts!

If you don't yet have a check list we recommend "Your Fall Home Maintenance Checklist" on Forbes.com to get you started. Happy Fall!