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October 15, 2014 was the effective date of new regulations requiring the use of carbon monoxide warning devices in houses, condos and apartments that have a fuel-burning device such as a fireplace, gas stove, water heater or furnace, or is attached to a garage.

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Mold 101

Mold can be harmful or helpful depending on where it grows

Mold needs moisture to grow

Mold does not grow on dry materials

Mold growing inside the home can affect the occupants

Occupants can learn to recognize mold

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According to Seacliff Inspections, aluminum wiring was used throughout North America between the mid 60’s until the late 70’s due to the high cost of copper at the time. (Seems like we are back in that situation).
 
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There are many things about a home’s condition that even a first time home buyer naturally considers before the deed is signed.

 

Water damage, structural integrity, faulty wiring, cracks, stains and warped surfaces are all things to consider.  Air quality is rarely at the forefront of a homebuyer’s mind, but it should be and radon is the reason for it.

 

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One of the greatest inventions we have for our lawn care is the line trimmer. This string trimmer is often called a "weed-eater" or "weed-whacker". This device has a string of plastic that whips the weeds and edges our lawns, driveways and fence rows so that they look neat and tidy.

 

Did you know, that not only are these trimmers a danger to the user and bystanders, they are also notorious for damaging your property, trees and plants. You should be aware of all the problems associated with this tool before you trim again.

 

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