Radon is an odorless, colorless, and tasteless radioactive gas found in rock, soil, and water, and is relatively harmless outdoors.
Although we use them every day, many cleaners and chemicals we keep in our homes can be very dangerous if splashed on the skin, inhaled or ingested.
The first warm days in the spring are ideal for having fun outdoors, but it is also the perfect time for inspecting and adjusting the exterior of our homes.
Each year, we strive to better ourselves by making and keeping a new set of resolutions.
Although fire accidents are the most common risks during the winter holidays, your decorated Christmas tree also presents other dangers.
Since 2004, September has been the National Preparedness Month, and this year is no exception.
Bad odors often linger in places like the kitchen, basement and bathroom; they permeate you pets’ favorite spots, carpet and fabric fibers, and more.
An emergency kit is a collection of basic supplies you and your family may need in the event of a disaster.
Generally speaking, if your air ducts look dirty, they probably are, and they should be cleaned professionally.
Cigarette smoke residue is a yellowish-brown, gluey substance that sticks to every surface in a home, making it difficult and time-consuming to remove.
Preparedness is vital to handling spring storms or floods.