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"We were extremely pleased with all your work and the efficiency in which all aspects were completed."
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"Thank you for your kindness and patience, your workers were both professional and friendly, I am completely satisfied with their work. You can be sure I will call you if I ever need your services again."
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A first aid kit can be a literal lifesaver in case of an injury or another emergency. To learn a few tips that can make your first aid kit even more effective, read the post below.

First Aid Kit Tips

  1. Verify that the first aid kit's container is resistant to the elements and to harsh conditions. For instance, it should be water and fireproof.
    1. You should have more than one first aid kit, so there's always one available wherever you are. Keep one in your office, one in your car, and one (or more) at home.
    2. You should place your first aid kits in strategic places, where people can find and reach for them easily, but where children won't get to them.
    3. The only way your first aid kit will be useful is if you learn to employ all of its items efficiently. Learn to use the supplies beforehand in case of an emergency.
    4. If you used any of the items in your first aid kit, make it a point to restock them promptly, as you never know when you could need them again.
    5. Finally, fill your first aid kit with the following items:
    • Basics: band-aids, gauze, cotton, purified water, closure strips, tape, and alcohol.
    • Medicine:  antihistamines, antiseptics, aspirins, antibiotics, paracetamol, and prescription medicine.
    • Medical equipment:  sterile wooden sticks, thermometers, syringes, and disposable gloves.
    • Useful tools: hand sanitizer, ice bags, a flashlight, aloe vera, tweezers, scissors, safety pins, and emergency contact information.

    If after an emergency, your home needs professional property restoration in Stormville, turn to Zott Construction DKI. Call (845) 227-4141 to request a free estimate.