Category Archives: Tips On Home Safety

There’s always some part of you home which might cause trouble just because you forgot to check and repair it. Don’t worry even a bit. Aussie Handyman’s trusted team’s here to help with turning your home in a safe castle.

Frozen Pipes: 5 Pieces of Advice To Avoid Winter Plumbing Problems (Proven Useful)

Brr! It’s getting cold outside.

Frozen pipes

We’re quite sure everybody remembers the icy grip in the UK one year ago. Temperatures plummeting to -15°C marked one of the coldest winters for the past decade. Thinking of the freezing chaos and the life lessons we’ve already learnt, you should definitely consider taking measures against the cold snap and frozen pipes in advance.

Look at the bright side! Enjoy the snow showers by following Bob’s Handyman Services plumbing advice proven useful with time. See below when and how you know your pipes are frozen and our simple (but effective) guidelines to protect them regardless of your home presence or absence.

So, let’s go through them in more detail.

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5 Ways To Child Proof Your Home

Baby-proof Home Sockets

Life changes drastically when you have a toddler in your home. You have to think of everything which might be the cause of an accident. But no matter how hard you try to secure everything, the real challenge appears when the kiddo starts roaming around and test everything. Continue reading

6 Tips About Smoke Detectors That Will Actually Save Your Life

Smoke Detectors Bilboard

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You can never be too cautious, especially when it comes to your home and family. So, in the spirit of Check Your Batteries Day, we’ve decided to inform you about smoke detectors and house fires safety. And you’ve probably had a security system and exterior motion lights installed, which make your home a a little bit safer. Continue reading

Disaster Management To-Do List: 6 Essential Steps To Protect Your Home

Protect Your Home From LandslidesThere’s nothing stronger than forces of Nature. However, unless you’re a billionaire, you might want to protect your home from natural disasters like earthquakes or landslides. After every big or small quake engineers and constructors learn what and how to improve when it comes to different buildings. Continue reading

4 Handyman Tasks You Should Leave Тo Professionals

Home Repair And Maintenance

“I can do that!” is almost every DIY-er’s thought when it comes to home improvement, repair or maintenance. You think of all those movies where people who have never held a paint brush in their lives just dance around the the house and the result is a room that came out of IKEA catalogue. Continue reading

5 Clever Ways To Prevent Home Disaster While You’re Away

Holiday ChecklistYou’ve made plans to spend New Year’s Eve or the rest of your days off in a luxurious hotel and you have to leave home for a few days. But what ifSomething went wrong with the electrical grid or the pipes? What you can take advantage of is the tips below which will help you prevent damages while you’re away for the holidays. Continue reading

3 Important Guidelines To Ready Your Home For A Flood

Innovative Anti Flood Home Design

The first step after the purchase or rent of your new home is to prepare it for potential disaster. Thus your home won’t be washed away by flood water. This will not only keep you save, but will help the building withstand the destructible force of nature as much as possible. Except the supplies of water, food and similar, there are a few more procedures on your to-do list. Continue reading

4 Golden Rules For A Safe And Happy Christmas

Kid With a String of Christmas Lights

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Holidays are knocking on the door. You probably decorated your home with shiny festive decorations. However, what you need to make sure is there are no troubles which will disturb your piece, quiet and holiday mood. There are a few thing you have to take care of before you enjoy the celebration with your family. Continue reading

When DIY Goes Wrong

DIY Goes WrongWhen DIY tips are used to give a detailed breakdown of how to go about different activities and tasks, DIY is usually quite simple to comprehend and, consequently, apply. However, despite the concept being quite simple, it never goes just right every time. When things turn sour, the tips become useless and cannot be depended on when undertaking a task that they are not designed for. In order for you to lower the likelihood of DIY going wrong, it is important that you are able to seek guidance. Continue reading