A typical home contains on average hundreds of toxins that can be harmful to your health. There are many ways you can reduce their impact on you and your family’s well being. Here are a few:
Bat infestation is a problem in many homes and buildings. However, due to their importance to the ecosystem, bat colonies are protected by law in most states.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, space heating (and cooling) accounts for close to half of residential energy consumption each year.
Portable ethanol fireplaces have increased in popularity because they don’t release toxic fumes and are generally safe and easy to use.
According to the American Pet Products Association, at least two thirds of American households include one or more pets.
While the convenience of the microwave oven cannot be overestimated, some caution should be employed when using them.
During the winter months, wood stoves and fireplaces add cozy warmth to your home, but keep in mind that heating equipment is also one of the leading causes of home fires.