Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
Pittsburgh Corning is celebrating national Safe at Home Week August 26-30th by sharing important home improvement tips every homeowner should be aware of to make a safe home environment for their family. More serious injuries occur at home than at work, according to the National Safety Council. Whether setting up child-proofing measure or installing home improvement safety products, Pittsburgh Corning is encouraging everyone to ask themselves, “Is my home safe?”
“As a leader in glass block home improvement products that stand the test of time, safety is important to us. We want to take this opportunity to share with you some things you can do to minimize your risks of accidents at home,” says Mary Lynn Bruce.
Homeowners can identify potential risks just by taking a walk around their home and looking for these potential issues:
Pittsburgh Corning’s glass block windows are thick and break-resistant enhancing the security of homes. Other benefits include their thermal efficiency which reduces energy costs and helps keep homes comfortable, privacy with natural light which brightens rooms and eliminates the need for curtains, efficient sound barrier that reduces noise from outside keeping homes quiet, and their versatile pattern selection great for bathrooms, kitchens, garages and door sidelights.
“Pittsburgh Corning has spent three quarters of a century developing glass block products and systems that keep people and properties safe and secure,” says Mary Lynn Bruce.
Visit the National Safety Council for more information on how to make your home safer.