- Replace your batteries –Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors can save lives, IF they’re powered on by a fresh battery. Safety experts recommend replacing the batteries in these devices twice a year. In addition, don’t forget to replace the flash light batteries. You never know when severe weather might hit and you could be without power.
- Replace light bulbs – You’ll need some extra lighting for the long dark winter evenings ahead. Be proactive and update light bulbs so you won’t have to replace them in the dark.
- Prepare for cold and flu season – Will your household be prepared when winter strikes? Be sure to check your medicine cabinet now. Throw out expired medications and replenish necessary over the counter medications.
- Prepare a winter emergency kit for your automobile – Such kits can be a lifesaver if you are stuck out in bad weather while driving. These should include items such as: warm clothes, blanket, flashlight, batteries, water, non-perishable snacks, cat litter or sand for traction, ski hat and gloves.
- And while you’re out and about, pay extra attention to your surroundings – especially while walking, shopping, and driving as darkness increases around the time of afternoon rush hour.
This Week’s Closings, Congratulations!
Ms. Nora Happner
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gradl
Mr. Terry Wright of The Oasis Group, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Stevenson
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunkle
Mr. Tim Bulger
Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Houston
Ms. Robyn Gates
Mr. Daniel Burns
Ms. Anne Price
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dial
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Slegers
Ms. Joyce Hickey
Ms. Linda M. Graham
Ms. Sharita Jenkins
This Week’s New Listings For Sale: