Do you heat your home with oil or kerosene? There is a new Vermont state law going into effect July 1st, this year that could potentially cost you. The following WCAX report gives you an overview of the law: WCAX.COM Local Vermont News, Weather and Sports- Feel free to call John Abry with questions regarding these […]
According to the United States Fire Administration, in 2008, there were an estimated 378,200 in-home fires. Combined, these fires caused $8 billion in property damage and killed 2,600 people.
Just because the expiration date has passed, that doesn’t mean that the food is spoiled. It’s a deep-seated misconception that results in the average American household wasting 14% of all food purchases. Learn what to pitch — and what to keep.
This week marks the start of August, a popular vacation month for Americans. Maybe you’re among the many that will leave town for a few days — or a few weeks. But, before you leave your home, make sure you don’t leave clues for burglars.
CFL bulbs tend to pay for themselves in less a year and often last for several. It’s no wonder they’re so popular. But they also come with health risks.
An EPA study shows that close to dozen common air pollutants are 2 to 5 times more concentrated indoors versus outdoors, regardless of whether the home is is located in Rural America, or in an industrial zone.
In 2006, in the U.S., a person died in an in-home fire every 2 hours, 42 minutes, on average; someone was injured every 32 minutes. Nearly $7 billion of property damage was caused.