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4 Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips During the Winter Months

You’ve probably heard of Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning before, but you may not realize how at risk you could be for it in your own home.  When the temperatures start to drop outside, that risk factor increases even more. Why …

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How to Combat the Winter Blues

Michigan can winters can be brutal.  We get snow–though not as much as other places.  We also can have really cold temperatures–sometimes even colder than Alaska.  But, what really seems to make winter so hard in the mitten state is …

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5 Ways Practicing Hygge Can Help You Save Energy

Have you heard of the Danish concept of Hygge?  Pronounced “hoo-gah,” this is a trend that has recently gained quite a bit of traction here in the United States.  Country Living explains that Hygge, “…cannot be translated to one single …

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The Weather Channel Releases February-April 2020 Forecast

The Weather Channel has released a forecast that looks ahead at February, March, and April 2020.  Though we know that there is always room for error when it comes to weather forecasts, it is still helpful to take a peek …

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How to Prepare for an Ice Storm

With a potentially severe ice storm on the forecast for our weekend in Southeastern Michigan, it seems like now is the right time to talk about preparing for an ice storm. Ice storms can be particularly scary because of the …

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What Do Frosted Window Panes Say About My Home?

When it comes to music, it is hard to fault Frank Sinatra.  I mean, he was Frank Sinatra.  But, there is one thing that I just can’t quite get on board with:  how he romanticizes “frosted window panes” in his …

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5 Simple Goals to Help Save Money and Energy in the New Year

Ahhh, the New Year’s Resolution.  For most people new year’s resolutions revolve around exercise and diet, which makes sense.  There’s not better way to justify weeks full of sugar, alcohol, and rich foods in between Thanksgiving and Christmas if you …

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Hello to 2020! Flame’s New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day Hours

And just like that, 2019 is coming to an end!  At Flame, we have had a wonderful year.  Most of that is thanks to loyal customers who keep calling us when they need help and who pass our name on …

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How to Entertain Kids during Christmas Break (and Save Energy!)

School is out for Christmas break!  While most kids are probably ecstatic, parents may be a little less so.  Christmas break means two weeks of kids at home.  And, two weeks of kids at home while the weather is cold …

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How to Tell if Your Furnace is Too Old

During the winter months you may start asking questions about your furnace.  Maybe your utility bills seem steep or maybe you hear a funny sound whenever the furnace comes on, or maybe you just can’t quite remember when it was …

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