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Bird’s Nests and Broken Flues

We are well into the heating season for many areas of the country.  And recently we talked about

a clean and tune; the annual servicing of your heating equipment.     140 more words

Health / Safety / Indoor Air

When in Rome….perform combustion safety testing!

Heating season is approaching for some parts of the country and while this stove doesn’t heat the place, the College of Cardinals that gathered in the Sistine Chapel last winter, used a stove system that has evolved over many years, and needed some fine tuning to work right.    228 more words

Health / Safety / Indoor Air

Deadly mix: Attic fans and Carbon Monoxide

There seems to be a rash of CO Poisonings and scares occurring in hotels recently.  It highlights the importance of CO alarms, and also testing combustion equipment. 207 more words

Health / Safety / Indoor Air

The Danger of Carbon Monoxide

North Carolinians have recently been reminded of the inherent danger of carbon monoxide poisoning. In April of this year at a hotel in Boone, NC, a couple visiting from Washington state died from asphyxiation due to carbon monoxide. 333 more words

Air Quality

Asthma? Indoors is not Always a Safe Haven!

June is upon us and in some parts of the country we are opening windows in others, closing them up.  Asthma awareness month, the month of May, is over but I feel it’s a subject always worth talking about. 149 more words

Health / Safety / Indoor Air


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