Archive for July, 2016
In the heat of the summer, it can be very overwhelming to stay indoors — especially if your HVAC system isn’t delivering the cool air that you need. And one thing is for sure — if you have air conditioning of any kind in your home, you should be utilizing it. Staying cool is important not only for comfort, but also for health. Heating and air conditioning are very necessary.
Check out these tips for making sure that your HVAC system is performing at it’s highest capabilities just when you need it the most.
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Sitting at your kitchen table and looking out at your neighbor’s patio you make a simple observation. They actually have a spare propane tank safely stowed under the steps to their upper deck. that would have been a great think to have last night. Last night when the house was full of company. Last night when your husband was getting ready to put the steaks on the grill. Last night when you had to improvise and use the oven to broil the steaks when your husband came in and announced that the grill was out of propane.
Later int he day you visited with your neighbor and he explained that he has a propane service come by the house once a month. The propane service is able to check the fill levels of the tank on the gr
Your home should not only be your castle; it should also be a safe and calm sanctuary from the world. Yet the danger that may lurk in your home are numerous. One that few home owners realize is that of radon gas. This radioactive gas is colorless, tasteless and cannot be smelled making it a real threat because it is do difficult to detect.
As many as 21,000 radon-induced lung cancer deaths occur every year according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) and the Surgeon General’s Office. From as early as 2003, the EPA’s Assessment of Risks from Radon in Homes from the United States Environmental Protection Agency, noted epidemiological evidence linking lung cancer with high concentrations of radon the number of radon-induced lung cancer deaths is second only to cigarette smokin