Be Smart With an Open Flame
Although this seems obvious, the U.S. Fire Administration notes that candles start two out of five home decoration structure fires and that the top three days for home candle fires are Christmas, New Years Day, and Christmas Eve. Although you may love to burn candles during the holidays, remember to blow them out when you leave the house and keep them far from your decor. Or, switch from real candles to flameless.
Take Care of Your Tree
A real Christmas tree are smells and looks great, but it requires considerable care. Keep it hydrated, away from heat, and be sure that the lights you hang on it are in good condition. And if your Christmas tree starts to dye, here’s how to fix it!