Safety

Ice Dams

Ice Dams

What is an Ice Dam? An ice dam is a hump of ice that forms at the edge of the roof. Ice dams form when a home’s escaping heat warms the roof and melts the underside of the snow layer on the roof. Water trickles down the roof until it reaches the cold at the edge of…

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New Deadly Trend Among Teens

There is a new trend among teens with deadly consequence, freon huffing. Huffing is the inhalation of chemicals, paint or gasoline through the nose or mouth. It is also referred to as sniffing, dusting or bagging. Freon huffing rapidly destroys brain cells and can lead to heart-failure, brain damage or death. It gives teens the feeling of…

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Spring Maintenance

On average there are 4 maintenances per year. Spring and Fall are the most involved and require the most time.  Spring maintenances typically occur between April1 – July 1. The exact times vary based on the weather and equipment. This year spring maintenances began early because we have had such warm weather. The spring maintenance…

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors

We continually hear about carbon monoxide detectors for our homes, but what about at our businesses? Regardless if you have gas, oil or wood/coal, it might be a good idea to have one. Even with high-efficiency furnaces and boilers, if the combustion air intake should get blocked you could produce carbon monoxide. It might be…

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