Radon Risks and How to Deal with It

Radon Risks and How to Deal with It

Back to Healthy Homes for Healthy Humans Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. after smoking. Do you know the radon levels in your home? More and more homeowners are becoming aware of the dangers radon can pose, but sadly, most people still...

Minimizing Fire Risk in Attached Garages

While convenient, attached garages pose a risk of house fire. Back to Healthy Homes for Healthy Humans Attached garages can be extremely convenient, especially in the winter. They give the ability to go between your vehicle and house without the risk of slipping on...
Tree Hazards: Fire, Leaks, and More

Tree Hazards: Fire, Leaks, and More

Trees are generally a desirable feature of home landscaping, but in some circumstances they can pose a threat to buildings. Overgrown, damaged, and carelessly planted trees can all have a negative impact not just on your home’s value, but also present health...
Protecting Your Home From Water Damage

Protecting Your Home From Water Damage

Water may be essential to life, but, as a destructive force, water can diminish the value of your home. Homes can suffer water damage that results in increased maintenance costs, a decrease in the value of the property, and a decline in indoor air quality. The best...