Halloween Safety Tips for Homeowners

A quick safety check before Halloween will help prevent injuries.
pumpkins in front of house

Halloween’s always a busy time with ghosts and goblins prowling around your property so it’s important to put safety first.

Here are a few tips that will help keep the kids safe when they come knocking on your door:

Loose Ends

Repair any loose railings on your porch and steps.

Bright Idea

Have a spare light bulb on hand in case your porch light burns out.

The Shining

Use a light stick or flashlight in your jack-o’-lantern instead of candles.

Doggone It

Halloween can be a scary time for dogs so keep them secured in a separate room.

Lighten Up

Halloween is supposed to be dark and spooky but it’s important to ensure the path to your front door is well-lit.

It’s easy to get caught up in the fun and festivities that surround Halloween but we also need to keep things safe for the little ones.

Halloween is an occasion where children form lifelong memories so it’s important that we do our best to ensure they have a safe and happy time.

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