Most people can’t wait to begin decorating for the holidays. After all, we do wait 11 months until it is considered socially acceptable to put up the Christmas tree. It is only natural that we let our excitement about the holidays cloud our judgement when it comes to safety precautions for your home and your family. Decorating for the holidays doesn’t just consist of garland and tinsel; there are certain safety measures that need to be taken into consideration. Candles, lights and Christmas trees can all be a safety hazard if you aren’t careful – and an emergency or accident is the last thing anyone wants to have happen during the holidays. Before you begin decking the halls in your home this December, make sure you know how and what to do to keep you and your family safe this holiday season.
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