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As decorations come out of boxes that have been stored in attics, basements, closets and garages to celebrate the season and to create a festive environment, for some, these decorated indoor environments can also mean a return to allergies and other health issues.
During the holidays, it is important to make sure that your home is safe and secure. Additionally, it is crucial that homeowners are aware of the fire and safety hazards that can be caused by festive lights and holiday decorations.
Is your refrigerator running? No, this isn’t a bad joke. But running appliances do come with certain costs. From regular maintenance to repairs and replacement, here are some common expenses to consider for your major household appliances.
Make Safety a Priority This Winter by Following These Home Safety Tips
Every year, electrical product malfunctions are associated with injuries and fires in the home. Keep your home and your family safe by keeping this checklist handy.
While it may be tempting to use a do it yourself (DIY) mold test kit that utilizes settling plates to diagnose mold in a home or other type of building, this over-the-counter method often has many shortcomings.
No one ever said that Christmas is cheap, but just how much money are you spending on your Christmas lights? The answer lies in which types of bulbs you are using!
Depending on where you live, your home is likely either built on a slab, above a crawl space or over a basement. The type of foundation used to build a home can create various situations that could impact the indoor air quality of the overlying property.
Indoor pollutants can sometimes accumulate to levels that can pose health and comfort issues when too little outdoor air enters a home. These may include mold, bacteria, tobacco smoke, chemicals such as VOCs, radon, various allergens, elevated levels of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, and oth...
For many of us, heating season has already begun. Remember to keep these important tips in mind to safely heat your home during the colder months.