Despite Fresno’s mild climate, furnaces and fireplaces still enjoy popularity here. In a home with these or any other fuel-burning appliances, a carbon monoxide detector could save a life someday.
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Why Carbon Monoxide Detectors are ImportantTuesday, November 17th, 2015
IAQ 101: Carbon Monoxide Detector Testing TipsTuesday, April 21st, 2015
A necessary step in any home safety plan is working carbon monoxide detectors, and the only way to ensure they’re working is through regular testing. A carbon monoxide detector with a dead battery is worse than no detector at all, since it might impart a false sense of security.
Summer Indoor Air Quality Need Help? Employ These TacticsThursday, July 11th, 2013
As any allergy sufferer would agree, the air you breathe has a direct affect on your health and comfort. Your home should be a refuge from bad air, but often the air indoors is as bad, or worse, than the air outside. In summer, indoor air quality may worsen as allergens find a way in, despite closed doors and windows. These allergens and other pollutants can be reduced in the following ways.