Home safety testing is an important step that people take when they are buying a home, having a baby, or just want to update their homes. There are two different types of home safety assessments: a general overview that looks at the different parts of living in your home if you are a standard family or an overview of how safe the home is for people who have mobility limitations.
Most often, home safety testing is performed by insurance agents who are giving you a rate on your home insurance. Sometimes, child safety organizations, realtors, and occupation therapists will also perform home safety testing.
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Home safety testing looks at potential security and safety problems that are common in homes. Often, they will give you a list of what is expected before the testing, but sometimes they will not.
Commonly, a home safety inspector will look for the following:
Most home safety tests will be done by insurance agents, so they might not look for all of these things – but they will probably look for many other things. He or she might not only look for issues, but could suggest things that will make your home safer – and could lower your home insurance costs.
Anyone that is hired to perform home safety testing will work with you to get your home where it needs to be, especially if sent by the insurance company. Still, you do want to check credentials and talk to your insurance company to ensure that everything is good to go.
Sometimes, a safety and accessibility test will be performed if someone older is living in a home by themselves. Often, this test will look for possible falls, security hazards, vision impairment issues, wheelchair accessibility, and more. This type of testing takes into consideration the people who are at a great risk of injuring themselves – namely those with mobility impairments or the elderly. Sometimes, you will be able to work in conjunction with a doctor or occupational therapist.
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