How Your Furnace Can Affect Your Family's Health

Posted on: 6 March 2015

When you think about your furnace, you probably don't think about much more than keeping your household and your family warm. However, there are other ways that your furnace can affect your family's health. Since you and your family's health should be your number one priority, these are a few things that you should watch out for. Poor Indoor Air Quality First of all, your furnace can affect your home's indoor air quality if you aren't careful.
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Eating, Drinking And Being Merry In A Cab: What's OK And What's Not?

Posted on: 26 February 2015

Suppose you'll need to use a taxi service frequently in the upcoming weeks, which is something you're completely unfamiliar with doing. You're not sure you know the proper etiquette for how to act in a taxi, such as whether it's considered OK to eat a sandwich or drink a can of beer. How about bringing your dog along? Do cab drivers generally like to chat with their passengers or not? Here are some answers to these questions:
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Security Systems For Senior Citizens: 2 Important Considerations To Make

Posted on: 18 February 2015

In a study conducted in 2011 by the AARP nearly 90% of seniors over the age of 65 reported that they would prefer to live in their own homes for as long as possible. If you are worried about the safety of your aging relatives who live alone, investing in a security system could help you gain the peace of mind you need to know your loved one is protected.
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Moving Long Distance With Your Pets

Posted on: 9 February 2015

True animal lovers know that leaving their pet behind when relocating can be just as difficult as leaving behind a member of the family. Unfortunately, while taking your pet with you when moving across town may be relatively simple, this task can become increasingly difficult the further away you plan on moving. The good news is, all hope is not lost. It is possible to move long distance without leaving your pet behind or causing your pet unnecessary stress.
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