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Crimes are on the rise lately and robberies, murders, assaults and kidnapping are the common contents in print, television and the Internet news reports. With the prevalence of criminals nowadays, parents and homeowners find ways to keep their children and other members of the family safe always.
With the evolution of computers and technology, criminals used state-of-the-art methods to penetrate companies, houses and institutions. With their ingenuity and resourcefulness, they can even steal data and information from your computers in just a matter of seconds. With their high-tech skills and abilities, what are the best ways to safeguard your children at home? How can you ensure that you can protect your children always even if you are not around? Read the rest of this entry »
Roughly one-third of our day is spent in our bedrooms. Because of this, it is important that sleeping areas are properly planned to provide a most efficient and comfortable space in which to relax. Ideally, each member of the family should have his or her own private bedroom. The size and shape of the bedroom is determined by the design of the home, its size, and the amount of furniture that will occupy the room.
As a minimum, a bedroom should be no smaller than 100 sq ft. This is a room dimension of 10 feet by 10 feet and is considered a small bedroom. Anything smaller than that would begin to rival that of a prison cell. In addition, this space does not include a closet which should be added to the 100 sq ft and not included as part of that total. For larger bedrooms of 12 feet or more, two foot deep closets (interior dimension from front to back) will still allow for a functional bedroom. An average to midsize bedroom (i.e. kids, nurseries, and guest rooms) is somewhere in the area of 100 to 200 sq ft. Ideal sizes would include the following:
10 feet by 12 feet (120 sf)10 feet by 14 feet (140 sf)12 feet by 14 feet (168 sf)12 feet by 16 feet (192 sf) – May be the size of the master bedroom is smaller house plans Read the rest of this entry »
For sure being safe and in a good security is what we have to get at home. Both for us as the member of the family and our belongings we really have to take care of them. House as the place where we live should provide those for us. Looking at our belongings especially vehicles we all know that we need special place to keep them safe. The idea of safe is safe from the bad guy and also from unfriendly weather. We have to provide them a garage.
As a garage usually has its own entrance we have to really pay attention on the quality of the door. Some garage with quit big size need larger doors or may two big slide doors. Whether you want to be slide or single door with rails, the most important is that the material is strong enough and long lasting enough to be installed for more than just couple years. Read the rest of this entry »
In times past, people didn’t have electronic home security monitoring systems to watch over the security of their homes and families. They relied on a more primitive means of monitoring their home’s security, the watchdog.
The watchdog was more than just a home security system, however, it was a trusted member of the family. Homeowners knew that so long as their loyal and faithful watchdog was monitoring their home’s security, they were safe, and so were their families and possessions. When an intruder or suspicious person was about, homeowners were confident that their watchdog would raise a quick alarm. Read the rest of this entry »
Home improvement strategies can really help all of the do-it-yourselfers with their home improvement projects. Ordinarily, the majority of people who do their own home improvements do them for two main reasons. The first is to improve the physical appearance of the home by adding new elements. For example, just adding a new paint job to any room can really make it more inviting.
Improvements on the home, whether inside or out can benefit every member of the family living in the home. Additionally, the same improvements can really affect the value of the home. If the improvements are bad they can lower the value of the home and if they are good they can really raise the value of the home. Read the rest of this entry »