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Corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST) or the flexible yellow gas lines found in many homes beginning in the 1990’s is a good and safe product when installed properly following the manufacturers instructions. Manufacturers are requiring more stringent installation instructions for bonding/grounding their product due to the risk of damage from lightning strikes. Lightning can cause systems in the structure to become energized. If the systems are not properly bonded/grounded, the difference in these systems may
Home, Plumbing, Safety
What’s the largest moving object in your home? The garage door; and it serves as the main entrance to the home for 70% of homeowners. Does that surprise you? If not, then the fact that 1-in-15 garage doors and openers may lack the latest safety features or may not operate safely at all. Millions of garage doors and openers may require attention from qualified professionals. Just because the garage door goes up and down does
Home, Safety

January 15, 2018


Don’t gamble with your home and health! Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas produced by the breakdown of uranium in the soil, rock and water. Radon can’t be seen, smelled or tasted but it still may be a problem in your home. The surgeon general has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, only behind smoking! Radon enters the home due to the difference in pressure
Home, Safety
Maintaining and understanding humidity levels in the home will help keep you healthy and happier in the winter months here in Nebraska and the Midwest. The colder the air, the less ability it has to hold moisture and less moisture means lower humidity and uncomfortable conditions in the home. Low humidity can cause dry and cracked skin, dry noses and throats. It can cause materials in the home like wood to shrink and warp. Maintaining

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