Even fire pits need safety screens and if you have one with a circular design you probably need something like the Napoleon PatioFlame Black Safety Screen to protect you against open flames and sparks.
Don't use holiday lights unless they have cleared the strict safety tests conducted by Underwriters Lab or another established testing facility. Lights checked by this independent testing company are marked with a holographic UL label. A red label means lights can be used indoors and out, while green means indoor-use only.
If you’re flying with a kid who’s between 22 and 44 pounds, you can leave the car seat at home (or at least check it) and use this FAA-approved CARES harness instead. “Once our boys were big enough, the CARES airplane harness was a huge help in traveling, as it meant we didn’t need to carry on car seats any more but could feel confident that they were safe,” says Chris Routly of The Full Routly.
Be sure to blow out candles if you are leaving a room, and warn your children to keep away from them. As a safer alternative, try battery-powered LED candles, suggests Ken Katz, a property director for Travelers Insurance.
Nothing creates after-dark ambiance like the warm glow of perfectly balanced lighting. And TimberTech Rail Lighting is the perfect way to bring that light and life to your deck and rail projects. With lighting options that include a Post Cap Light, In-deck light, Accent Light, Under Rail Lighting and the Riser Light, TimberTech Lighting integrates seamlessly into TimberTech Decking and Railing. All lighting options use low voltage LED lights.
Radiance Rail in Kona offers a dark chocolate brown shade of railing that complements most colors of decking. In six colors, with five unique in-fill options: composite balusters, round and square aluminum balusters, cable railing, and glass channel hardware kits. Radiance Rail offers visible elegance with invisible hardware.
To avoid a holiday decorating disaster, be sure to check all lights and decorations to see if they're damaged or worn. John Drengenberg, Consumer Safety Director at Underwriters Lab, advises caution, since "cracked sockets, frayed or bare wires and loose connections may pose a fire or shock hazard."
To create the illusion of a floating stair, designers hid the support in the wall behind the stairs. This support, along with the co-planar, clear-tempered glass rails and childproof open slots elegantly comply with New York's rigorous safety code as well as the highest child safety standards.