The annual apparition of spooky skeletons, broomstick-riding witches and carved pumpkins is a sure sign Fall is well under way. Second only to Christmas in terms of how much consumers spend on decorations, Americans of all ages seem to love celebrating Halloween.
The Halloween spirit has spread to the inside and outside of the home as well, with homeowners setting up elaborate displays that range from haunted houses in the basement to graveyards on the lawn, as well as high-tech LED lighting outdoors. When planning and setting up your Halloween decorations, it is a good idea to consider any potential risks involved. Taking steps to prepare your property and to protect any visitors can help spare you from a truly frightening night.
Be Aware of Dangers that Might Not be Visible During the Night
Remember that Welcoming the Neighborhood Inside Also Invites Risk
Be Smart about Where You Place Decorations
Set Up Spooky Lighting with Caution
Choose Decorations Wisely
Do Not be Frightened by the Risks
Originally by: Travelers InsuranceRead more
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Originally by: Carolyn Sennett, Erie InsuranceRead more