Category Archives: Safety tips

Virtual Toast for the Holidays

Despite repeated warnings by health experts, many continuously violate the health and safety protocols of Covid19. We have seen people posting on social media big gatherings of family members with their relatives and friends outside their home on Christmas Eve.  

Face-to-face parties outside the home are still prohibited this holiday season. Why don’t we listen to the warnings of experts? This way, we can protect ourselves and our loved ones from getting Covid.

Photo by Gabriel Tovar on Unsplash

On New Year’s Eve, please do not invite your relatives and friends to any physical parties. There is too much at stake if you hold an activity outdoors. Why not invite them to a zoom party. People are doing this worldwide. I think a virtual party is more fun and does not require you to dress up and prepare a lot of food on the table. Let’s be patient, please. We have been in this situation for several months now; let’s wait for a few more until the vaccine reaches the country.

Even with the dramatic turn of events, let us claim a better 2021 for everyone.  Happy holidays and please stay safe.

Let’ have a virtual toast for a healthier life in 2021!

The New Normal Guidelines

Do you have errands that need to be done? Make sure you follow the #NewNormal guidelines before and upon returning home.

All you need to know to keep yourselves prepared and protected against COVID19 are found in the infographics.

TO-DOH LIST WHEN RUNNING ERRANDS (RIGHT CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO VIEW LARGER VERSION)

There’s still no vaccine or cure against COVID19, the least we can do to protect ourselves and our loved ones from getting the disease is by following safety measures and practices that we are constantly reminded of by the Department of Health. Simple tips or to-do list that we are familiar with. Most of these tips we are actually practicing at home even before the outbreak occur overseas. Maging malinis at maingat tayo sa ating sarili at kapaligiran. This is our new normal now and we must adapt to the “changes” in healthy and hopeful ways.

#BeatCovid19 #WeHealAsOne #HealthyPilipinas

Image credit: Healthy Pilipinas Facebook Page

4 Types of Inspections to Have Done Before You Buy a House

Your home is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make. Finding the right home can be a process. You want to make sure that it’s the right size, has the right features, and fits the needs of you and your family.

Before you close the deal on a new house, a home inspection is needed to make sure that there are no significant underlying issues. While the home inspection can tell you a lot, it can’t tell you everything. If you’re looking to buy a home in Houston, here are four other types of inspections you should have done.

Pest Inspection

Having your home inspected by pest control specialists houston tx will help to detect the smallest signs of an infestation. They can also check for issues that can attract potential pests, eliminate pests, and help homeowners to take steps to keep pests from coming back.

Septic Inspection

If the home you’re looking at has a septic tank, you should consider a septic inspection. This type of inspection is done to determine when the tank was last pumped, how close the tank is to wells and streams, and if the tank is the appropriate size for the house.

HVAC Inspection

The HVAC system is vital for keeping the air in your comfortable home all year round. A dirty, poorly-maintained system is more likely to break down or fail, which could then lead to a very expensive repair bill. During an HVAC inspection, a professional will check all components of the system, which will tell you what kind of shape the system is in and how well it’s been maintained.

Buying a home is a major investment. Having the right kinds of inspections done will help to ensure that the home you choose is in good shape and will keep you and your family safe, secure, and comfortable.