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Home Security for the Prepper

Home Security for the Prepper

By Lukas Nicholson You are prepared for whatever may come. You have enough food, water, and supplies to last you and your family for years if necessary. You also have a small (or large) investment in equipment, guns, ammo, and all the other necessities to keep you alive while the rest of the world suffers. […]

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Home Safety For You and Your Kids – Guest Post

Home Safety For You and Your Kids – Guest Post

b2ap3_thumbnail_Invite-Love-Into-Your-Life-with-a-Clutter-free--Happy-Home.jpgWritten by: Amanda Daniels

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(Editors Note: This article can be taken into consideration for bug out locations as well as bug in locations.)

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Whether your baby is starting to crawl or you have young nieces, nephews or grandchildren who visit often, you quickly realize how many household items can actually be quite dangerous. That glass coffee table in the living room begins to look like an accident waiting to happen, and suddenly you notice how many harsh cleaning products are stored in low cabinets within a toddler’s reach.

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Install Extra Latch for Doors

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As soon as kids are tall enough, they quickly learn how to open doors and nothing looks quite as attractive as exploring the yard outside. Quash a potential flight risk by installing an additional latch high out of reach on all exterior doors. A slide lock is sufficient and affordable. You can find them at your local hardware store for just under $10.

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Preppers Home Defense: Book Review

Preppers Home Defense: Book Review

Simple, yet complete, techniques to help secure your home.