Watch Out For The Silent Killer!

There are a variety of ways to heat your home, and most of them use combustible fuels to generate heat. The danger with this is if you are burning fuels indoors and the fuel is incompletely combusted. In such a situation, you’re at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning....

How Are You Heated?

There are many different ways of heating up a home. As with everything, you can find pros and cons no matter what method you choose. In many American homes, forced air heating is used, where there is a central unit that sends heated air through ducts to the entire...

What Is the Danger With Lead?

Imagine that you step into your home and you see that the paint on the wall is chipping. You decide that it is time to renovate and you plan to do it yourself. It sounds like a mundane scenario, but in reality, that simple decision could lead to serious health damage...

Do You Know the Quality of Your Water?

You might not think much about where the water in your tap comes from. Is it from a municipal source or from a private well? How is the quality of the water? You should be receiving updates from the city where you live if you are connected to the municipal water...

What Are Outdoor Wood Boilers?

Have you ever seen a home where there is a small shed with a chimney sitting outside? This is very likely an outdoor wood boiler. They are used to heat homes while lessening the risk of a house fire, as well as, carbon monoxide poisoning. They operate by heating up...