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1108 Autumn Lakes Drive Grimesland, NC 27837 Listed by Amanda Garris 252-717-9291


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Keep safety in mind when decorating for the holidays Decorations help make the holiday season a magical time of year. Stores are awash in color and twinkling lights, and similar imagery is on display in private homes. Designing holiday displays can be a great way for families to spend time together and kick off the celebration. In fact, according to Electrical Safety Foundation International, around 90 percent of Americans decorate their homes for the holidays. When trimming the tree and decorating this holiday season, families must keep safety in mind. A little planning and some precautionary measures can ensure displays are enjoyed all season long. Travelers Insurance offers the following holiday decorating safety tips.

laboratories. ■ LED lights should be used whenever possible. Such lights consume less energy and run cooler than other bulbs.

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■ Place Christmas trees at least three feet away from all heat sources, including fireplaces and heaters. ■ Use decorations that are non-combustible or made from flame-resistant materials. ■ Pay attention to the age recommendations of decorations to see if they can be used in homes with young children. Some items, however common, are choking or strangulation hazards.

■ Do not overload outlets. Plan displays according to the number and location of ■ Avoid putting small, “mouth-sized” available outlets. decorations near the ground or on lower limbs of trees, where young children can ■ Outdoor electric lights and decorations ■ Keep hung stockings far away from open ■ Never exceed the maximum number of easily reach them. should be plugged into circuits protected by flames so they do not catch any errant emlight strands that can be attached together. ■ Exercise caution when hanging decora- ground fault circuit interrupters, or GFCIs. bers. ■ Use lights and products that have been tions at high heights. Make sure the ladder tested for safety. Certification marks like UL, is secured and have a spotter who can hold ■ Exercise caution when decorating near - Metro Content power lines that extend to the house. ETL and CSA are from nationally recognized the ladder and pass items up safely.

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Organize and declutter room-by-room

Getting organized is a popular New Year’s resolution. Clutter can be a major source of stress that affects how individuals feel about their spaces. Psychology Today indicates messy homes and work spaces can contribute to feelings of helplessness, anxiety and overwhelming stress. Clutter bombards the mind with excessive stimuli, makes it more difficult to relax and can constantly signal to the brain that work is never done. Tackling messes no matter where they are lurking is not a one-time project. Much like losing weight and getting healthy, clearing a home of clutter requires dedication and lifestyle changes. With these organizational tips and tricks, anyone can work through their home room-by-room and conquer clutter. ■ Find a place for everything Clutter creeps up as people accumulate possessions over the years. Over time, failure to regularly go through belongings and thin the herd can lead to the accumulation of clutter. But clutter also can accumulate if people fail to find a place to put items. Racks for garages, organizational systems for closets and furniture with storage capacity, such as storage ottomans, are some

storage solutions that can help people find a place for their possessions. ■ Utilize vertical space when possible Getting items up and off the floor can maximize square footage in a home. Bookshelves, hanging wall shelves, hooks, cabinetry, built-ins, and other storage solutions that rely on walls and ceilings are simple and effective storage solutions. Unused space behind cabinet or closet doors are some additional places to store belongings. Hang razors or toothbrushes on medicine cabinet walls and curling irons and other hair tools on the interior of cabinet doors in bathrooms. ■ Create a coding system Home offices can be some of the more disorganized rooms in a house simply due to the volume of electronics and paperwork within them. HGTV suggests using a color-coded system for important files to keep them organized. Label important items, whether they’re paper or digital files, in accordance with your system. ■ Put it away When you finish using an item, return it to its storage location. This eliminates piles of belongings strewn around the house - and

hunting and pecking for missing things. If you can’t put it away immediately, have a few baskets on hand labeled for the different rooms in the house. Pop the items in the requisite baskets and then routinely take each basket around the house to return the items. SCAN HERE TO SEE MORE

Investing in custom cabinetry and organizational systems also can help people organize their belongings. Tackle rooms such as the garage, basements, bedroom closets, and pantries, or those areas that tend to accumulate clutter the fastest. - Metro Content

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