Archive for the ‘General Safety’ Category

Identifying Black Mold

Mold can grow in any moist area of your home, including behind the refrigerator (left) or in the water heater closet (right).  Photos (l. to r.): Wendy Brolga, Flickr; rian_bean,...

Ice Dams and Roof Damage – how to prevent them!

What is an Ice Dam and How Does it Form? Initially I thought an ice dam was formed by blocked gutters; nope!  While dams can extend into a gutter if...

Easy Home Winterizing Checklist Part 2

Most homeowners ignore their furnaces during the summer months, so today we're going to give you an easy checklist to look over for the heating season. First, Clean the Burner...

Easy Home Winterizing Checklist Part 1

In today's blog, we will address two important areas for winterizing our homes: Plumbing and Chimney/Fireplaces As temperatures drop, we sometimes forget that simple things can make a HUGE difference in resulting...

Safeguard your important documents from disasters

No One is immune from natural disasters.  Whether you live in an earthquake zone, hurricane area, or Tornado Alley, you should be prepared to deal with the challenge of protecting...

One of the worst odors out there

Most of us are (unpleasantly) familiar with the scent of skunk.  The human nose can detect the odor at 10 parts per BILLION.  Forget being sprayed directly, no one likes...

How Can You Tell if it’s Wet?

It’s pretty easy to spot wet carpet; we don’t even need to touch something that we can see is wet.  Sometimes in the middle of the night you yourself may...

A Lead Safe Guide to Remodeling Part 4

Now that you as the homeowner have endured the hassle of preperation and routine upset, how do you make sure the job was done properly? There are several things you...

A Lead Safe Guide to Remodeling Part 3

Lead remediation is not for the Do-It-Yourself-ers.  This is something a professional should be doing because 1:  They should have all the necessary tools and education and 2: because they...

A Lead Safe Guide to Remodeling Part 2

You have the ultimate responsibility for the safety of your family, tenants, or children in your care.   This means properly preparing for the renovation and keeping persons out of the...

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