Check Your Smoke Alarm and CO Detectors Regularly

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Gas heating systems burn fuel to create heat. And, unfortunately, that causes some scary byproducts. Carbon monoxide, a toxic gas, is meant to vent to the outside of the home. But when something goes wrong, it could leak into the space in your house. And since it is colorless and odorless, it could go undetected for a long time.

That’s why you must have carbon monoxide detectors—along with smoke detectors, of course—throughout the home. Here’s what you should do to ensure they are always working their best.

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Furnace and Heating Safety for the Holidays

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Are you ready for the holiday season? You might have all the gifts wrapped and the menu all planned out, but we don’t think your preparation is finished until you know these heating safety tips.

Your holiday season is a lot jollier when you know that your home is safe. Take a look at our heating tips, and do what you can to keep everyone in your home happy and healthy all season long.

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