The warm temperatures of summer usually signal a lot of pending fun times. Pool parties, backyard barbecues and fun days at the beach are the stuff that summers are made of. But considering that summer is also the peak season for burglary as well as accidents involving children, the warm weather also brings considerable dangers that smart families have to prepare for. Here, we lay out five tips for protecting your home and family during the summer season. ...

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In our money-driven world, most people only have one question on their minds before they make any purchase: “How much is this going to cost me?”...

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If you’re like most Americans, your home is your biggest investment, and making the choice to sell it is a decision that you would probably weigh very carefully. It goes without saying that you’d want to earn the highest possible price for your property, and that would require your realtor to do a little marketing on your behalf. One of the most time-tested tools in your agent’s arsenal is the open house — a long-standing tradition of opening for-sale homes up to the public for viewing. While the Internet has curbed the need for open houses, seeing is still believing for some, and so the tradition continues. ...

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Keen to ensure you feel safe in your own home? Learn why Gladys Blair invested in a home security system after having to thwart a burglar in her home. Image ...

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Ever wondered how you can help protect your home while you’re not in it? Sergeant Susan Merlo did too. Learn about her story in this home security case study....

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Ever wondered why you would want a wireless keychain remote for your home? ProtectYourHome.com shows you how they can come in handy in everyday life...

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When you move into a shared apartment, you have more than just yourself to think about. While it takes some time getting used to living with other people, one thing that needs to be discussed right away is home security. This means deciding on the right amount and type of security, as well as maintaining points of con...

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The holidays may be over, but the gifts you received have found their places within your home. Some of these new things are important to you because they’ve come from the people you love. That said, protecting them comes down to maintaining security measures to help make sure that no burglars find out about them. Here...

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With storms hitting the Midwest and the East Coast this winter, people are likely facing power outages; and the thing to keep in mind is that your typical security measures won’t necessarily be in place when those outages hit. That and power outages mean that burglars may be more likely to come to your house/apartment...

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Water damage is one of the most common homeowner insurance claims. Often, frozen pipes lead to leaks, which will cause all kinds of water damage in your home. If you're on vacation during the winter and this happens, the water damage can become extremely se...

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