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    What is a ‘safe’ garage?

    GarageSafety Blog Oct 2013 with comments from AR as at 171013



    Restore the balance of vital energy in your garage with our quick guide to Feng Shui

    Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese art which balances the energy levels in your home.  And we thought, why couldn’t this be used in the garage?  It may even result in a better time on your bike or a lower golf handicap.   So here’s our top tips to get your garage bursting with positive energy. […]



    Don’t give thieves a helping hand

    Keeping our home safe is the number one priority for most families.  However, although most people secure their homes, garages can be less of a priority. With most garages packed full of expensive gardening equipment, tools, sports equipment and bikes, it proves a popular target for thieves.  Don’t overlook your garage’s security.  Read our top […]



    Take care to avoid trips, slips and falls

    Falls are a leading cause of injury in the home. So next time you are in your garage, look around for potential hazards which may cause trips or falls and read our four safety tips below to minimise any accidents. 1. Remove all objects from stairs, steps, landings and floors. 2. Tuck electrical cords into […]



    Protect your family from fire and burns in the garage

    With most of us storing some kind of flammable liquid in our garages, we wanted to share our thoughts on minimising the chances of a fire breaking out. Here are our top tips for keeping your garage a safe place to be: If you do have to store petrol in your garage, keep it tightly […]



    Are the electrics safe in your garage?

    Keeping electrical cables in good working order is imperative in your home AND your garage.  We have compiled a list of top tips below to ensure your garage is safe both for you and your family. 1. Make sure all electrical cords are in good condition. Replace any that are frayed, knotted or coiled. 2. […]



    Umm, can you pass the torch?

    Poor lighting in your garage can not only cause problems finding what you need, it can also be dangerous if you have any steps or obstacles.  And if you use your garage for DIY projects or tinkering with cars or bikes, then it is a good idea to think whether what you have is fit […]