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A few simple home improvements can make your day-to-day life a lot safer. Here are our recommendations:

1. Bathroom Safety

The CDC estimates that roughly 235,000 people over the age of 15 visit emergency rooms due to injuries they suffered while in the bathroom every year. Approximately two-thirds of these injuries occurred while the person was bathing or showering.

These figures aren’t surprising, given that bathroom tiles and surfaces are quite slippery when wet. Installing a grab bar near your tub or in the shower stall can reduce the risk of bathroom slips.

2. Additional Electrical Outlets

Speaking of slips, it’s easy to trip over an extension cord. Not to mention they’re a potential fire hazard. If you’re using a lot of extension cords, you can make your home safer by installing additional electrical outlets.

3. Reorganized Kitchen Shelves

Avoid placing items on the upper shelves of kitchen cabinets. Instead, store kitchen essentials in the lower shelves. That way, you’ll have an easier time reaching what you need, reducing the risk of accidental falls.

4. Gutter Guards

Gutter maintenance is a must if you want to protect your roof and exterior from moisture damage. However, you can never rule out the risk of ladder-related injuries while cleaning your gutters.

One way of reducing the frequency of gutter maintenance is to install gutters covers. The best product available is Gutter Helmet®, which can eliminate the need for gutter maintenance. Concerned about the Gutter Helmet cost? The overwhelming majority of our customers found that Gutter Helmet’s premium features made it worth every cent.

Want to learn more about the benefits of Gutter Helmet? Gutter Helmet of Cookeville offers free estimates on the total Gutter Helmet cost. Call us at (800) 824-3772 or leave us a message here. We serve homeowners in Cookeville, TN, as well as the surrounding communities.