Open Request for Articles

September 19th, 2010 | Filed under: Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

We are currently seeking freelance writers with experience/expertise in a variety of home safety fields (home safes, home safety, home security, baby-proofing, carbon-monoxide poisoning, fire safety, gun storage safety, etc) for paid or “link-in-trade” freelance writing work, contributing blog posts or articles to the group of sites (,, .

Must have expertise in the chosen subject matter and be familiar with modern web-writing SEO considerations. Your article must be original work that is not available anywhere else online. Your article or blog post should arrive ready to publish, in plain text format, with perfect spelling, and full urls for any supporting online references. You will provide the article, a suggested headline, a list of keywords specific to the article, and a “teaser” description that may or may not be used.

We may edit the content, adding images and links to other sections of our website (product catalog). We will feature all new articles with a blog post that “teases” the article on Blog posts will be cross-posted as headlines or teasers on various social networks related to the subject.

  • Categories include:

  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Consumer Protection
  • Family Safety
  • Installed Systems
  • Chimneys
  • Fireplaces & Woodstoves
  • Furnaces
  • Water Heaters
  • Child Proofing
  • Computer Safety & Security
  • Driving Safety
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Finance
  • Fire Safety
  • Flooding
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Free Stuff
  • Home Projects
  • Home Safes
  • Home Storage
  • Household Chemicals
  • Internet Safety
  • Pets & Animals
  • Poisoning
  • Security
  • Senior Safety
  • Slip-and-Fall
  • Uncategorized
  • Workplace Safety
  • Electrical
  • Safes and Lockboxes
  • Security Systems

If interested in writing for HomeSafe as a freelance writer, please send an email along with a sample of your writing (or links to examples of your work) on any of the related subject matter (see paragraph one) to along with your contact information and rate required per article.

On Veterans Day - Thank You

November 11th, 2009 | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »

Thank you to all the men and women who have served and continue to serve in the defense and interest of our great country. Without your service and sacrifice, and the steadfast support of your families and friends, our way of life would not be possible.

IP Camera turns your iPhone into a security cam

October 5th, 2009 | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »

The iPhone has many applications that let you view Web cams from around the world, but what about turning your phone into a remote camera of its own? A new app called IP Camera does just that. This $1.99 tool takes a photo from your iPhone’s camera every 12 to 15 seconds, then posts it to a local Web page that can be accessed from other computers on the same network.
All that’s needed for setup is to make sure your phone is on Wi-Fi, then to jot down the special local HTTP address it gives you. It will keep running until you quit the application manually or get a phone call; although like any good iPhone app it starts right back up when you’re done with a call.

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Alarm dealer has firsthand experience after thieves tried to steal copper from company

March 17th, 2009 | Filed under: Uncategorized | No Comments »

Security system thwarts copper thief.

When someone tried to steal copper coils from Knight Security Systems’ rooftop air conditioners last fall, CopperWatcher came to the rescue.

The small device, which ties into Knight’s alarm system, detected that two power breakers had been turned off and activated a siren and strobe light. The would-be thief fled.

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