Radon Basics

Radon Basics

Radon causes an estimated 14,000 lung cancer deaths each year. It is the earth's only naturally produced radioactive gas and comes from the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water. You cannot see or smell radon, but it can become a health hazard when it accumulates indoors.
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Forced Air Heat: How It Works

Forced Air Heat: How It Works

Immediate heat with the flick of a switch, a rush of warmth and the gentle whoosh of moving air are the hallmarks of forced air heat. Run through ducts to registers located in the floors or baseboards in each room, forced hot air is easily distributed and controlled in any home.
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Moving Heat From Room To Room

Moving Heat from Room to Room

There are pros and cons to all heating systems. Issues of air quality, control, flue gas condensation, effective distribution, venting, and ventilation surround all heating decisions. Knowing your needs, the characteristics of your heating system, and the variables that impact its efficiency will help you stay warm?safely and wisely.
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