Safety & Liability


Safety should be your #1 priority when you tackle any home improvement project. Listed below are a few basic safety tips.

Understand How to Use Your Tools

Read instruction manuals and familiarize yourself with your tools before you use them.  Use extreme caution when operating tools.

Protect Your Body

When cutting wood or completing any other task when sawdust/fine particles are flying around in the air, wear a mask over your nose and mouth, as well as appropriate eye protection. When working with any product that produces strong fumes, use a face mask.


The home improvement, building, renovating, and DIY projects and tutorials on House Becoming Home many times involve dangerous tools or modifications to complicated home systems (plumbing, electricity, HVAC etc.) and are not error-proof. I am not a professional, the content I post is for general ideas and inspiration. The tips and directions I post are intended to be helpful, but please do proper research before beginning any project of your own. Safety should be your main priority, please take all necessary precautions and familiarize yourself with the tools you are using, local building codes, utility authorities, etc.

House Becoming Home (and Angie W.) cannot be held responsible for your personal safety or the outcome of your home improvement and home project ventures.  If you become injured attempting a project you’ve read about on House Becoming Home, or if your project doesn’t produce your desired outcome after following my steps, directions, or tutorials, House Becoming Home is in no way liable.

In no event shall Angie W. or House Becoming Home be held liable for any loss, damages, personal injury or death, whether direct, indirect, general, and/or consequential, arising out of or relating to your use of this website or anyone else’s conduct in connection with the use of this website.

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