Most people believe that breathing in air when outdoors can be more hazardous to your health than the air you breathe in your home. Of course it depends on where you are outside. Forest and mountain air can be clean, fresh, and relatively pure. In comparison, air in urban areas tends to be high in pollutants. However, the quality of the air that you breathe inside of your home can be somewhat dangReadmore
Attics are great places to store things, play, or just hang out in a cozy space. But attics are also great places for heat and moisture, and heat and moisture are a perfect combination to create mold and mildew. In some areas, the temperature in an attic can rise to over 150 degrees.
Luckily most homes are built with vents that encourage airflow throughout the attic space so that heat and moistReadmore
The North wind is blowing and the heating season is now upon us. “As families prepare for the holidays, they should also take the time to be sure all of their heating systems and fireplaces are operating correctly,” says Bill Hussel, of Chimney Doctors. “It’s best to have a qualified service technician check things out. Following regular maintenance and safety procedures in your home will give yReadmore