Home Health & Safety Tips

4 Tips for Placing a Carbon Monoxide Detector

By |2017-11-14T15:26:45+00:00November 14th, 2017|Home Health & Safety Tips|

Protecting your family means taking care of appliances that have the potential to release harmful levels of carbon monoxide — commonly known as CO. That means regular maintenance of gas appliances to ensure all connections and vents are properly serviced to prevent the release of CO. However, for added protection, every home should have CO

Be Prepared for the Worst

By |2017-10-20T14:25:00+00:00October 20th, 2017|Home Health & Safety Tips|

A natural disaster may strike at any time. A tornado or earthquake can devastate entire cities in a matter of minutes. While these scary events are not pleasant to think about, it’s important to acknowledge the possibility of a disaster so we can better prepare. This week, we’re looking into what you need to know

Are You Sitting Yourself to Death?

By |2017-10-19T14:20:20+00:00October 19th, 2017|Home Health & Safety Tips|

“We’re sitting ourselves to death!” After 15 years of research, Dr. James Levins of the National Institutes of Health made headlines when he announced “sitting is the new smoking.” According to Dr. Levins, sitting for prolonged hours leads to obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes. It can also increase the likelihood of developing certain forms

Your Home: A Place of Safety and Security

By |2017-09-26T15:19:30+00:00September 26th, 2017|Company, Home Health & Safety Tips|

Your home is your castle. It’s your safety net to the world around you. Every day, as you drive to work, run errands, go shopping, or walk the dog, you are surrounded by unpredictability. You place your trust in others to keep you safe. When you step out of the home, your guard goes up,

The 5 Crazy Water Habits of Canadians

By |2014-06-10T11:44:34+00:00June 10th, 2014|Home Health & Safety Tips|

We've got water on the brain today. Water quality, to be more precise. That's because the city of Montreal was hit recently thanks to a boil water advisory that affected about 1.3 million residents - the worst such advisory in the city's history. Apparently routine maintenance went terribly wrong at the city's biggest water filtration