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Home Fire Safety

Home Fire Safety

In life, we’re always looking for security and comfort.  Security from dangers leads us to safer neighborhoods and homes while security in comfort moves us to better, more efficient home comfort solutions.  But while we look for the big dangers, it’s easy to forget that small, everyday things can be riskier than any singe lapse

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Go Over This Home Safety Checklist for Building Safety Month

Home Safety Checklist - Building Safety Month (HVAC)

May is Building Safety Month. Founded by the International Code Council, Building Safety Month “is a public awareness campaign to help individuals, families and businesses understand what it takes to create safe and sustainable structures” (ICC). Safe and sustainable structures are a worldwide priority. Where we live and work and play should be up-to-code and

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HVAC Electrical Safety Checklist | Electrical Safety Month

HVAC electrical safety for Electrical Safety Month

May is Electrical Safety Month. In celebration, we’re sharing the most important HVAC electrical safety tips to keep your home and family safe from electrical fires, injuries, and even death. Modern life depends on electricity. Normally, we don’t think about it. Simply plug in and get power. Unfortunately, this can lead to overconfidence and lack

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Prevent Poisonings at Home | National Poison Prevention Week

Poison Prevention Week - CO, Radon, Gas

John F. Kennedy’s Proclamation 3449 declared the third week of March National Poison Prevention Week, stating: “Whereas accidental poisoning consistently takes a substantial toll of lives each year, especially among very young children… I, John F. Kennedy, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim the week beginning March 18, 1962, as National Poison Prevention

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Smoke Alarm FAQ | Installation & Troubleshooting Tips

smoke alarm frequently asked questions

As we prepare to “spring forward” and start Daylight Saving Time (DST), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and other safety organizations are urging everyone to change the batteries in their smoke alarm (and carbon monoxide detectors). Around 8 people die from home fires every day in the United States. Over 2/3 of these deaths

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