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2019 Veteran Resources

VETERANS ASSISTANCE & HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE ORGANIZATIONS The holidays are fast approaching. Holidays can be a hard time of year for many veterans and their families. There is help out there, not only during the holiday season but year-round. As a 100% veteran-owned company SkyTech is committed to helping veterans find the resources that they need. There are many organizations that will assist active duty members and veterans in crisis or with day to day needs. Whether it is temporary holiday help or longer-term assistance, veterans can connect with any of these organizations by phone or online and they will assist you with your needs, or connect you with an organization that is best suited to help you. CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW FOR MORE ASSISTANCE.

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Indoor Air Quality Issues…. I Don’t Have to Worry about That Right?

SkyTech is quilified to help you with your indoor air quality concerns. Indoor air quality is generally worse than most people believe, but there are things you can do about it. Some Quick Facts: • Indoor air quality can be worse than that of outdoor air. • Problems can arise from moisture, insects, pets, appliances, radon, materials used in household products and furnishings, smoke, and other sources. • Effects range from minor annoyances to major health risks. • Remedies include ventilation, cleaning, moisture control, inspections, and following manufacturers’ directions when using appliances and products. Many homes are built or remodeled more tightly, without regard to the factors that assure fresh and healthy indoor air circulation. Many homes today also contain furnishings, appliances and products that

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Earth Day 2019 Consider The Environment And Your Health – Radon, How Can It Effect You?

As part of the Earth Day 2019, SkyTech Of New Mexico would like to spread the word about how important the environment is when it comes to your health. We encourage you to learn more about the potential health effects of radon exposure and how to check your home for this potentially dangerous gas. Since it originated in 1970, Earth Day has served as a platform for education and advocacy efforts in support of a better world, cleaner air, and fresh water. Keeping with the spirit of the observance, we to learn more about the potential dangers of radon exposure and the various ways environmental factors play a role in one’s health. SkyTech of New Mexico is is IAC2 certified. We are experienced and qualified

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Don’t Go Up In Smoke! Fireplace and Home Fire Safety

SkyTech of New Mexico Reminds You To Practice Fireplace Safety 2019 has given New Mexicans a lot of fireplace weather so far in 2019. More than one-third of Americans use fireplaces, wood stoves and other fuel-fired appliances as primary heat sources in their homes. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of the fire risks when heating with wood and solid fuels. Heating fires account for 36% of residential home fires in rural areas every year. Often these fires are due to creosote buildup in chimneys and stovepipes. All home heating systems require regular maintenance to function safely and efficiently. Contact a professional to assist you with maintenance of your fireplaces, chimneys wood stoves, and other fuel-fired appliances. The United States Fire Administration (USFA) encourages you to

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Home Fire Safety: Get Alarmed!

  Are You Alarmed? Smoke alarms. We know what they look like. We (hopefully) know where they’re located in our homes. But the question is: Do we know that they’ll work if there’s a fire? Smoke alarms are an essential component of every home. According  to the US Fire Administration, winter home fires make up a large portion of overall residential fire casualties. As commercial and residential Property Inspectors SkyTech want to ensure that all homeowners understand the importance of smoke detectors in every structure. Below are some tips from essurance and the U.S. Fire Administration on keeping your home safe from fires. Smoke detectors can help protect you and your family in the event of a fire, but they need proper maintenance to work.

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Why choose a NACHI-Certified Inspector?

Some states, unlike New Mexico, have a licensure requirement for Property Inspection Professionals.  It is important to understand that a state licensure requirement only sets a minimum standard.  Much like being “up to code”, any lower standard would be both unethical, and probably illegal. Using this “Low-Bar” example, theoretically, pretty much anyone could claim to be an experienced Property Inspection Professional. Some Professional Property Inspection Associations have absolutely NO entrance or certification requirements and, worse, some associations actually encourage their inexperienced “associates” to go out and perform real-time / fee-paid inspections for unsuspecting consumers as the only way to achieve “full membership”. As NACHI-Certified Professional Property Inspection Professionals, we find this practice unconscionable. FACT: NACHI rejects more than 60% of candidate inspectors who desire certification due

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Time To Change Your Smoke Alarm Battery

When you turn back the clocks, don’t forget to also do this 1 crucial thing When you adjust the clocks for the end of daylight saving time, make sure you do this other very important chore, too. With daylight saving ending, everyone knows its time for our clocks to fall back (to turn clocks back an hour to the appropriate new time). But there’s one more crucial task that should also be completed with every anniversary of turning the clocks (spring and fall): changing the batteries in smoke alarms, too. For the last 29 years, Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs have worked to get the word out: When you change the clock this Sunday, November 4, 2018 to end daylight saving time,

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