Carbon monoxide safety
Any fuel-burning equipment or appliance has the potential to produce carbon monoxide (CO). Check frequently for visible signs of CO build-up in your home and be sure to have your heating system inspected annually by a qualified technician and place a CO detector in your home. Click here for more CO safety tips.
Ice dams form when heat enters an attic and melts snow on the roof. The melted snow runs down to the edge of the roof where colder conditions cause it to freeze, forming ice dams. If not removed, the water may get caught behind the dams, forced under shingles or spill over to form icicles. This can result in costly damage to your home. Click here to learn more.