Americium in Ionization Smoke Detectors
Smoke detectors are common household items that keep you and your family safe by alerting you to smoke in your home.

Coronavirus in New York: Data Center

Coronavirus cases hit 142 in NYS, up 35% in 1 day, Gov. Cuomo unveils state hand sanitizer

Despite negative test result, local doctors still concerned about local coronavirus cases

Newest Deepening Concern: CORONAVIRUS in Upstate New York
The Coronavirus also known as COVID-19 is a disturbing global development. Coronaviruses are a massive family of viruses.

Cuomo introduces new measures to protect children from lead paint exposure
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 2020 budget has new protections for children exposed to lead paint.

7 Living Room Renovation Ideas on a Budget
What's the primary motivation for tackling any room renovation, whether it’s a living room, bedroom or bathroom?

Indoor Carbon Dioxide Levels Could be a Health Hazard, Scientists Warn
While air pollutants such as tiny particles and nitrogen oxides have been the subject of much research, there have been far fewer studies looking into the health impact of CO2.

Feds Offer $330M to Clean up Lead Paint
The money will be available in the form of grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Cities, counties, tribal governments and other local leadership bodies can apply for the grants, which will be awarded in sums up to $9.1 million for a five-year period.

Where Water Goes, Mold Surely Grows
With summer in full swing, it is that time of year again in many parts of the country for the dreaded hurricane season

The 4 Signs That Your Home Needs New Insulation
Proper and lasting insulation is of utmost importance in order to maintain warm and cold air inside a home.

Clean Up Lead Before It Wrecks More American Lives
Like the Romans, the U.S. uses lead to supply water -- about a third of all U.S. water systems use lead pipes. And until just a few years ago, plumbing fixtures containing as much as 8% lead could be sold as “lead-free.”

‘Indoor Radon Exposure Raises Tumor Mutation in Lung Cancer Patients’
The study revealed that non-smoking lung cancer patients exposed to a high level of radon have a poor prognosis and a high chance of recurrence due to the increased tumor mutation.

Air Conditioners, Mold and More: What You Need to Know
Examine your air conditioner and be on the lookout for clusters of tiny black spots along the air duct.

6 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Mold Exposure

Radon in Schools? Bill Would Begin to Mandate Testing in Radon-Dense Pa.
A new bill in the Statehouse would require every school district in Pennsylvania to test for radon and inform parents of the results.

The Vital Importance of Getting Your Home Tested for Mold, Especially Post-Superstorm Sandy
Our homes are our sanctuaries, places where we usually feel our very safest. But, what if there were something inside that home – within its very walls, hidden out of sight – that could be literally poisoning you?

Irondequoit strip mall being razed for ESL branch
A vacant strip mall at 2256 Hudson Ave. near Titus Avenue in Irondequoit

How to Protect Yourself from Hidden Mold Problems During a Purchase of a Hotel
Most prospective owners involved in the process of acquiring a hotel property understand that some renovations may be necessary, but aren’t prepared for hidden moisture and mold damage that will exponentially escalate repair costs.

January is National Radon Action Month
The EPA has designated January as National Radon Action Month. The purpose of this is to increase awareness of radon.

Could Asbestos Be in Your Favorite Alcoholic Drink?
It is now known that chrysotile and amphibole asbestos fibers have been widely used in the production of alcohol.

Radon Remains a Hazard in Genesee County NY
Many people are unaware that radon may be a problem in their homes because it is a radioactive gas that you cannot smell, taste, or see. The good news is that lung cancer related to radon exposure can be prevented by testing your home.

Choose Optimal Air Quality
Most exposure to environmental chemicals happens indoors, and indoor air pollution levels can be from two to five times greater than outdoor air pollution.

What You Can’t See May Be Greatly Impacting Your Family’s Health
Mold is a living organism that reproduces by releasing spores, which then latch onto household surfaces. It can enter the home through open windows and doors, or on the bottom of your shoes.

What to Expect From a Home Inspection
You need a professional home inspection before you commit. An inspection should uncover any potential issues so you have a complete picture of what you’re buying.

How to Make Your House More Environmentally Friendly
The average family is exposed to thousands of environmental toxins from inside their own home, but there are simple things you can do to make your living space healthier for your family.

How Radon Gets Into A Building
Most indoor radon comes into the building from the soil or rock beneath it.

Energy Efficient Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality
There’s a good chance the Indoor Air Quality is contributing to allergies, asthma and even the spread of influenza and the common cold.

Intellipure Ultrafine 468 Air Purifier Review
Indoor air is frequently more than 10 times more polluted than outdoor air.

How To Find The Best Water Damage Professional
Even if you don’t live in areas prone to flooding, water damage can happen.

4 Potential Problems With Old Homes
Older properties tend to come with their share of problems. Make sure to look at these issues when getting a professional home inspection.

Survey Shows Why A Wet Basement Is Bad News And How To Avoid It
Living in a home with a wet basement is bad news.

7 Tips To Saving Money On A Bathroom Remodel
Updating and upgrading your bathroom can be expensive. Here are some tips and tricks to save you money.

Schools And Homes Should Get Tested For Radon
Radon, which is a known carcinogen, is a leading cause of lung cancer deaths among non-smokers in the U.S. as well as Canada.

5 Steps to Have a Successful Mold Remediation

10 Questions About Asbestos-Related Lung Cancer
An estimated 158,080 Americans will die from lung cancer in 2016, according to the American Lung Association.

Cancer-Causing Chemicals Are Likely Hiding in Your House Dust
Dust bunnies lurking in corners could be exposing their families to cancer-causing chemicals.

3 Pre-Winter Lawn Care Pointers
Winter is rarely easy on lawns, but homeowners can take several steps to prepare their lawns for potentially harsh winter weather.

Roof Inspections Prevent Problems
Cold weather can be tough on a home, and perhaps no part of a home is more vulnerable to harsh winter weather than its roof.

Building Energy Saving Tips
Simple and effective ways to save energy in your home or office.

10 Things to Know About Finishing a Basement
Create a lower level with high style and function.

Protect Your Home Against Melting Snow in Rochester NY
We may be overlooking the damage that melting snow can do as it leaves water, slush and mud to terrorize your home.

Drying a Wet Basement
You may need an interior drain and sump pump to solve the problem

5 Things You Should Do And 1 Thing You Should NOT Do If Your Pipes Freeze
Leaving a faucet open during freezing cold weather can help prevent your pipes from freezing and bursting -- which can lead to expensive home damage.
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