Warmer weather and spring flowers bring the excitement of being outdoors. When is the last time you checked your smoke alarms? How about the last time you cleaned out your dryer vent? Target the areas in your home that need maintenance and get the work done quickly, to give you time to go outside and play in the sunshine.
Did you know that according to the U.S Fire Administration an average of 15,970 fires are reported yearly. The impact of these fires have cost property owners damages of $238 million dollars. 92% of the reported fires are dryer-related, and approximately 34% of these fires are caused by not cleaning the dryer vent. These dryer-related fires tend to peak in the winter months.
Winter is Here! Follow these quick and easy steps to improve indoor air quality and heat/air distribution during the winter months.Did you know that indoor air quality can get worse in the winter? According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) poor winter indoor air quality can aggravate respiratory conditions like asthma and increase a person’s risk of developing pneumonia and other upper respiratory problems. Fortunately,...