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.
It’s Halloween tomorrow and you’ve prepared costumes, decorations and special treats.
After making a great Jack-o’-lantern for Halloween, many of us are disappointed when we see mold spots on it the next day.
In the aftermath of a home fire, it’s very important to know what to do and what to avoid doing.
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.
According to the NFPA, in the United States there are nearly 45 million homes located near woodland settings.
Generally speaking, if your air ducts look dirty, they probably are, and they should be cleaned professionally.