So you’ve followed the steps to buying a house and worked your way through the moving checklist. You’ve packed the boxes, prepared the kids for the chaos, and passed along the keys to your old place. Your new home—whether it’s brand new or just new to you—is just about perfect, but it also comes with some safety concerns you may not have been expecting.
In the rush of making an offer and selling your old place, some of the less-pleasant realities of moving into a new home may fade into the background, especially if the new house needs a few coats of paint or some new carpeting to feel fully yours. But a new home comes with new risks, especially if it’s been empty for a while, and addressing those risks head-on can make your first weeks and months in your home safe and secure.
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