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Testing Carbon Monoxide Detectors Ensures Your Family’s Safety

Because it’s colorless and odorless, poisonous carbon monoxide (CO)  gas can kill without warning. CO detectors are vital to protect the health of your family, but just like any important part of your home’s safety, these detectors can malfunction from time to time, and their batteries can run low. Because of this, testing carbon monoxide detectors is an important step in protecting your Massachusetts home and your family’s safety.

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Put Smoke Alarm Care on Your Fall To-Do List

smoke alarm, Boston, MassachusettsSmoke alarms are an essential item to have in your home to keep your family safe in the event of a fire. Fall is the perfect time to take care of basic smoke alarm care. Read More Put Smoke Alarm Care on Your Fall To-Do List >>

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Carbon Monoxide Detection Can Occur in Several Spots Throughout the House

carbon monoxide detection, Acton, MassachusettsIf carbon monoxide levels build up in your home, it can become a very hazardous, and even potentially fatal situation. This poisonous gas causes the majority of the deaths by poison in America. A working carbon monoxide detector is vital for protecting the health of your family. Read More Carbon Monoxide Detection Can Occur in Several Spots Throughout the House >>

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Enhancing the Indoor Air Quality in Every Room of Your MetroWest Boston Home

indoor air quality, Holliston, MassachusettsIf someone in your home suffers from allergies, asthma or chronic colds, you’re likely to be on a mission to improve your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). Improving air quality in your Boston area home is possible by taking a series of proactive measures. Read More Enhancing the Indoor Air Quality in Every Room of Your MetroWest Boston Home >>

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Cracked Heat Exchanger? How to Stay Cool and Collected

cracked heat exchanger, Holliston, MassachusettsOut of all the things that can go wrong with your furnace, having a cracked heat exchanger can be one of the worst. If left untreated, the effects of the problem can be harmful to your family. So if you think your Massachusetts home might have a damaged furnace, it’s time to learn a few things about what you’re facing. Read More Cracked Heat Exchanger? How to Stay Cool and Collected >>

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Furnace Installation: A Job for the Pros

furnace installation, Boston, MassachusettsFor the confident do-it-yourselfer, no household job may seem to be off limits. After all, if you’re handy with tools and can read directions, what could go wrong? When it comes to furnace installation, the answer is “plenty.” Read More Furnace Installation: A Job for the Pros >>

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Guard Against These All Too Common Home Hazards

overloaded plug - home hazards, Boston, MassachusettsWinter in our region is the season when home hazards present the highest risk for electrical, fire and hazardous chemical problems. Homes are tightly sealed and fireplaces and furnaces operate overtime to keep you warm. These tips can help you reduce the hazards associated with home heating, electrical and chemical hazards. Read More Guard Against These All Too Common Home Hazards >>

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Your Carbon Monoxide Detector Has Just Gone Off — What You Need To Do Now

carbon monoxide detector, Boston, MassachusettsWhether it happens in the middle of the night or the middle of dinner, the shrill sound of the alarm going off on your carbon monoxide detector is terrifying. You likely know how deadly this gas is. The fact that it’s also undetectable by smell or sight makes it even more dangerous. Further, exposure to high levels of carbon monoxide (CO) can result in acute symptoms in a matter of minutes, so your reaction time when you hear the alarm is absolutely crucial. However, in order to act properly and avoid serious effects, you need to know exactly what to do when your detector goes off. Read More Your Carbon Monoxide Detector Has Just Gone Off — What You Need To Do Now >>

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Winter Safety: Keeping Your Sidewall Vent And Meter Free Of Obstructions

sidewall vent and meter, Boston, MassachusettsDoes your home use a sidewall vent to funnel the exhaust and fumes from your furnace to the outside of your house? Do you ever give much thought to this vent? Most homeowners don’t, but keeping your sidewall vent and meter free from obstruction, especially during the winter, is an important part of making your home safe and secure. Read More Winter Safety: Keeping Your Sidewall Vent And Meter Free Of Obstructions >>

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Is The Nasty Air From Your Garage Getting Into Your Home?

nasty air from your garage, Boston, MassachusettsNasty air from your garage may find its way into your home by a variety of means. Read More Is The Nasty Air From Your Garage Getting Into Your Home? >>

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