'Fall Back' Home Safety Tips

November 5th marked the end of Daylight Savings Time this year. Did you remember to set your clocks back? 

While you are changing the time, you should consider checking these items off your home safety list:

  1. Replace The Batteries In Your Smoke Detector

    According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), an estimated 800 lives could be saved each year in the United States if all homes had working smoke detectors. Make sure your home is safe and ready for winter with functioning smoke alarms.
     

  2. Replace The Batteries In Your Carbon Monoxide Detector

    Poisoning occurs when CO, an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas escapes from fuel-burning appliances and becomes trapped in enclosed spaces. Poisonings from CO are often caused by faulty furnaces! Get peace-of-mind this winter, and install carbon monoxide detectors in your frequently used living spaces. Learn more about the danger of carbon monoxide in your home »
     

  3. Schedule A Heating System Tune-Up

    Routine maintenance is essential to the efficiency and lifetime of your heating system. By neglecting your heating and air conditioning system you run the risk of an early breakdown. Also, without proper maintenance, your heating and air conditioning system will not operate at its top efficiency – leaving you with unwanted, high utility costs. Worse yet, you jeopardize your family’s health by not checking for carbon monoxide leaks.

 

Beat the winter chill and have Logan Services check your heating system.
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