Product of the Week – HEPA Filters

Improve your home’s indoor air quality by installing HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air) filters. Ordinary disposable fiberglass filters (that are in most homes) were designed to remove the largest particles from the air, with the goal of protecting your heating equipment, not your lungs. They trap only 10% to 40% of the debris passing through them.… Read More »

How To Protect Yourself From Non-Organic Pesticides

If you can’t afford or just don’t have access to Organic food…don’t worry, there are still ways to protect yourself from the pesticides. For Produce: Buy fresh vegetables and fruits in season. When long storage and long-distance shipping are not required, fewer pesticides are used on the produce. Trim tops and the very outer portions… Read More »

Tip of the Week – Kick Off Your Shoes

Taking off your shoes at the door is not only a polite custom, but it also prevents you from tracking in unwanted dirt, pesticides, & other nasty toxins from the outdoors into your home. Keep your family healthy by getting a doormat for outside your front door & an entryway rug for inside your home.… Read More »

Tip of the Week – Be Kind To Runoff Water

The water we use outside eventually flows to streams and lakes, so be careful and think about what you are sending. Never dump chemicals outside into the street drain. And always wash your car at a car wash to keep soapy water & oily dirt from running down the driveway and into the street drain.