• Teach children how to call 911 and provide their address to the emergency operator.
  • Review pedestrian and bicycle rules with your children and insist that they always wear helmets when riding.
  • Don't keep spare keys in your mailbox or under a doormat. Instead, consider placing a key in a small tin and burying it where it can be easily accessed by a family member.
  • Install outdoor lighting or motion lights in dark entryways, near back doors, and above your driveway.
  • Protect your doors and windows by ensuring the wood in the frames is in good shape and free of rot, so they're not easy to pry through.
  • Register your child in a local child identification program.

Custom Bookcases, Media Centers and Carpentry Solutions Handyman Toolbelt With the kids back in school, you may need extra storage for books and craft projects. A built-in bookcase will improve your home's visual appeal and increase storage space. Installing a few small shelves and hooks in an entryway is a great way to keep backpacks, coats and hats off the floor, thus reducing clutter near the door. Have you purchased a new flat-screen television recently? Is it perched precariously in a location that was designed for an older, box-shaped television? Relax and watch the big game in style this fall after our techs mount it on the wall or repurpose your old media center to fit your new TV.