Written by: Adrienne B
The air is getting crisper & the days are getting shorter. Now is a perfect time to take preventative measures for the safety of your home & your family before we enter the depths of this winter’s chill. Here are 3 helpful hints ServiceMaster would like to provide you with:
DEDICATION TO INSULATION!
Perhaps for the 2015 winter, check your insulation to make sure your attic air is cold & soffits are free of debris. This will help prevent ice damming. Your attic insulation should be about 30 cm (or 12 inches).
GET THE 411 ON YOUR CO2 DETECTOR!
Be sure to check/change if need be, the batteries in your smoke & CO2 detectors. Some use each time the clock goes ahead or backward as a reminder to check- this means November 1st 2015.
BE NICE & CLEAR THE ICE!
Not only is it wise idea to clear any ice & snow off your walk ways for your family, but it is also considerate for those who may be on your property. Although it may feel like a pain to shovel away that slippery debris- it’s much less of a pain then a visit to your chiropractor.
Lest We Forget a Musical Remembrance
Come out and enjoy! The Red Deer College is putting on a performance for Remembrance Day on Sunday November 8th 2015. The show will begin at 2:00pm, tickets are $10.00 and are available at the legion.
Festival of Trees
Come out and enjoy the many festivities taking place during this wonderful time of year!
From November 26th-29th 2015, Red Deer invites you to the Westener Park to feast your eyes on a number of family-friendly performances & acts. General admission for adults is $10.00, for seniors & youth (12-17) $6.00, children (4-11) $4.00 and 3 & under is free! For more information please visit http://reddeerfestivaloftrees.ca/ .
As I was going to Red Deer,
I met a woman with seven husbands,
Each husband had seven dog carriers
Each dog carrier had seven dogs,
Each dog has seven puppies,
Husbands, dog carriers, dogs & puppies
How many were going to Red Deer?
On behalf of all of the staff at ServiceMaster of Red Deer, we hope you have a happy & safe November.