5 Tips to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

When most people think of air pollution, they think of giant smog hanging in the air or the depletion of the ozone layer. However, the inside of your home can actually have more polluted air than outside! Lead, dust, formaldehyde, fire-retardants, radon, and other chemicals often found in fragrances or conventional cleaners may be contributing to the poor air quality …

Are you Prepared To Close up Your Home for Winter?

MISHAWAKA/FORT WAYNE/PLYMOUTH IN; ST. JOSEPH/NILES, MI — Fall is the time to think about closing up your home, but this means a greater risk from carbon monoxide gases as well as furnace and dryer related fires. Each winter, sadly, there are newsworthy deaths resulting from house fires. Stories of very sick people, often the elderly or children, also seem to …