Safety Tips To Make Sure Your Home Haunt Is Safe For Scaring The Neighborhood!

by on Feb.21, 2012, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from News & Updates | HauntersDigest.com | Go to Original Post

So you want to start a home haunt or yard haunt? Who hasn’t had the idea of hosting a haunted house in their home or in their yard? Have you even considered the safety measures that will have to be in place, such as fire extinguishers, exit routes, flame retardant or even fire suspension systems? This article will give you a brief outline ( each state has its own codes) on safety measures a home haunt should have.




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