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Making Your Home Safer with Bryan Baeumler

Build It | Protect It: Bryan Baeumler's checklist for making your home safer

 

‘Build It | Protect It’: ADT is proud to present our new webisode series in partnership with Bryan Baeumler.

 

As Canada's home renovation expert, Bryan has built and renovated many homes, and has seen it all through his journey – the good, the bad and the unpredictable. But one thing has always remained consistent through every experience: the importance of helping to protect the home you've worked so hard to build.

 

When it comes to renovating, safety should be at the top of everyone's priorities. The main concerns to keep in mind include ensuring proper railings and lighting, and preventing exposure to hazardous chemicals and materials when renovating.

 

In addition, it's important to remember your detectors, like smoke, flood and carbon monoxide. In older homes specifically, the detectors are more likely to be expired and need to be replaced and upgraded.

 

Having ADT in your house would help prevent the issue, as all detectors are monitored and we'll notify you quickly if your battery is running low. Our pre-alerts are key to ensuring ongoing safety of your home.

 

Watch the episode below to get more helpful tips on making your home safer from Bryan and ADT's security expert.

 

 

Bryan Baeumler's tips for renovating to make your older home safer:

 

  1. 1. Is your home still up to building code? Find out.
  2. 2. Check height and width of railings.
  3. 3. Improve lighting for walkways and stairwells.
  4. 4. Beware of asbestos and other hazardous materials in walls and on pipes.
  5. 5. Replace and upgrade smoke, flood, and carbon monoxide detectors.