Leaking Roofs

When a home inspection occurs, one of the most common issues to arise is a leak within the roof. As a response, many people say that they ‘never saw any water’ or that the roof is ‘fairly new’. Sadly, the roof is a vulnerable part of the house, so we have compiled a...

Why Test Your Home For Radon

When buying a home, it is important to make sure that a radon test has been performed. You might ask yourself, though, what exactly is Radon? How dangerous is it? How common is it? What is involved in testing my home for it? Here are some answers to those questions:...

Sewer Gases in the Home

It’s pretty easy to recognize the horrible odor sewer gas gives off.  If its leaking into your home, you will know how unpleasant it is.  Is the bad smell the only thing you should be worried about with sewer leaks though? Is it dangerous?  Leaking sewer gas can...

Smoke Detectors… Small Devices Saving Lives

There are some terrible statistics associated with house fires in the United States, for example, approximately 3,000 people perish each year due to house fire related incidents. What is even more tragic is that many of these deaths could have been prevented if there...

Fuel For Your Fireplace

Having a fireplace in your home is an excellent way to provide natural heat for your family. However, fireplaces and wood stoves are only meant to have one fuel, and when you use other fuels, what can result? Well that’s what will be discussed today. The first and...

Stairs and Windows

The safety of a young child is number 1 on parents’ minds. However, some areas in your house may not be as safe as you’d like them to be if you have a child between the ages of two and six. What are some dangers in the house, and what can you do to safeguard your...
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