Tree Dangers

You might have several large trees around your home, but how confident are you that they won’t pose a risk to your life and property? Seemingly healthy trees could have underlying problems that causes them to be weakened from the inside. Something to keep an eye on is...

Lead – Is It In Your Home?

The health of your children is a major concern, and if you live in an older home, keeping them safe means ensuring that they are not exposed to lead. Lead used to be included in paint to make it more colorful and durable, but in the late seventies, it was discovered...

The Silent Killer

In the wintertime, many use different means for heating their home, and many of those involve some type of fuel. However, if this is not done safely, it could cause harm to you and your family. It could even be lethal. The reason is that incomplete combustion of fuel...

The Danger With Radon

Most of us know that smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer, but did you know that in your home, you could be exposed to a gas that is the second most common cause of lung cancer? It is a gas called Radon. This gas can only be detected using specialized...

What Is the Quality of the Air You Breathe?

The air you breath has a great effect on your health, well-being and energy level. Since most of us spend a lot of time indoors, the air-quality inside our homes should be of great concern. There are many ways you can notice poor air-quality. Maybe there is a slight...

Landscape Shading

Cooling your home in the summertime can be very costly, especially if the sun is beating down on your roof. One way in which you could save up to 10% on your cooling bills is by using trees planted in strategic positions. Trees work in a twofold way to lower the...