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Tag Archives: property hazards

Property Hazard Avoidance: Watch the Windows

By Robert Ross |

Sliding doors and shower doors are not the only glass-related hazards in the home. Windows represent a danger too, for several reasons. Like other hazards, homeowners can be held liable for injuries or deaths resulting from unsafe conditions relating to windows. Smart homeowners keep windows locked, supervise children, and install proper safety devices. UNLOCKED… Read More »

Shower Door Safety

By Robert Ross |

In a previous article, we discussed the dangers of sliding doors, particularly those made of standard plate glass rather than tempered or safety glass. A similar danger lurks in many bathrooms, in the form of shower doors. Before the 1980s, many sliding doors were constructed using dangerous plate glass instead of the safer tempered… Read More »

Holes: More Than an Empty Threat

By Robert Ross |

Renters, homeowners, and contractors dig holes on property for a variety of reasons. Fixing underground lines, installing swimming pools and other landscape features, and even children at play can result in holes. While some holes are filled immediately, others may remain open for days or even weeks. Unfortunately, many holes are hidden by ground… Read More »

Sliding Doors: A Clear and Present Danger

By Robert Ross |

Sliding glass doors highlight views and brighten rooms. They increase ventilation, and offer an easy way to keep an eye on children and pets in the yard. Unfortunately, some older doors may also pose a deadly hazard. Before the 1980s, many sliding doors were constructed using dangerous plate glass instead of the safer tempered… Read More »

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