It only takes one hurricane to devastate a community.
Storms and tornadoes are popping up across the US and many wonder how they can keep their families and homes, both inside and outside, safe.
Whether it’s the result of freezing rain or simply part of the thaw-freeze cycle that happens when the sun is out, ice is part of winter weather.
Whatever heating options you choose, it’s also a good idea to look for UL Certified products to help ensure they’ve been tested for safe use.
Whether fresh or fake, you want a tree that won't go up in flames.
Christmas trees are a fire hazard. Stay safe by following these tips
UL’s Fire Safety Research Institute launched the “Close Your Door” public service announcement to get this important fire safety tip out to as many families as
Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years. Don't wait, learn more about fire safety.
Tamper resistant outlets help keep you and your family safe from electrical shock.
In many cases, your nose and a flashlight are just as effective as a testing kit.
Stick it to those insects (safely) before they stick a stinger in you.
If you have kids, you’ll want to give these rooms the once-over.
Get your home fresh and clean without hurting yourself or the planet.
Just because you can't see it doesn't mean you can't clean it.
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