Carbon Monoxide: The Silent Killer

Winter is the time when the public turns attention to the dangers of carbon monoxide, but did you know that it's a threat to your Chattanooga home all year long? This colorless, odorless and tasteless gas is produced by appliances and other devices that generate fumes as they burn fuel. Items such as your furnace, water heater, stove, space heaters, charcoal grill and gas dryer can be sources of carbon monoxide in your home. If these items are not in good working order, or if proper ventilation is an issue, the risk increases of carbon monoxide exposure.

WebMD list potential signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide as:

-Dull headache
-Shortness of breath
-Blurred vision
-Loss of consciousness

What precautions can you take against carbon monoxide in your home?

- Install and test a carbon monoxide and smoke detector in your home.
- Avoid closed spaces, such as your garage, when burning a charcoal grill.
- Never leave your car running in a closed garage, including warming it up during the cold mornings of winter.
- Ensure you use your gasoline or diesel powered generator outdoors.
- Have your fireplace inspected so that any blockage can be removed   
- Have your home’s heating system inspected to ensure proper operation 

If you need further resources about preventing carbon monoxide in your Chattanooga home, please visit the National Fire Protection Association




Chattanooga Fire Prevention Week Wrap Up

As little as two minutes. That's how long you may have if a fire starts in your home, so you can see how important the early warnings are from your working smoke alarms in your Chattanooga home. Each year more than 2,500 people die and 12,600 are injured in home fires in the United States, with direct property loss due to home fires estimated at $7.3 billion annually. 

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Around Town: Chattanooga Halloween Haunts

It’s that time of year again when the Chattanooga landscape lights up with vibrant fall colors, coffee becomes pumpkins and people crave cardiac experiences that are sure to yield many sleepless nights in the coming months. So if heart stopping fear is penciled in on your calendar each October, here are four Chattanooga haunted house attractions you need to experience.

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Insurance, Natural Disasters and Your Chattanooga Home

As Hurricane Matthew is creating a path of destruction along the coast of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, one of the major topics that will be on the minds of millions of people is insurance. Here in the Chattanooga area, while hurricanes are not an issue, we have our own storm season during the uncertainty of Spring in the Tennessee Valley. Reflecting back on the 2011 tornado outbreak in the region, many homeowners found themselves coming face to face with the harsh realities of proper coverage on your home.

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5 Signs It's Time To Replace The Gutters On Your Chattanooga Home

Gutters are an important part of your Chattanooga home, protecting it against costly water damage, protecting your roof and the exterior of your home from rain and moisture while providing effective drainage. Did you know gutters that are not functioning effectively in your Chattanooga home can cause damage that is costly to repair, such as problems with insulation, internal and external paint, mold, and internal property damage? It's easy to see why you need to pay close attention to the function of your Chattanooga home's gutters and to repair or replace them when red flags emerge. 

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What To Do When Your Chattanooga Home's Roof Leaks

A leak in your Chattanooga home's roof, no matter how small it seems to be, should be something you take seriously and address quickly. A small roof leak, if left unresolved, can evolve into a major issue for your Chattanooga home. Mold, ruined insulation, damaged ceilings and rotted framing are just a few expensive issues that can arise from a leak that is left unaddressed. Does this mean that you should take out your DIY tool belt and climb up on the roof to fix the leak? Not exactly. And here's why.

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How To Pay For Your Chattanooga Home's New Roof

Replacing your Chattanooga roof is not an expense that most people can simply write a check for, so many homeowners are left sorting through options to pay for replacing their home's roof. We understand that replacing your Chattanooga home’s roof is not something you generally think about until the need arises, so we have put together a list of payment ideas to help you find the right option that best fits your situation. 

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Things To Consider About Slate Roofing For Your Chattanooga Home

Slate roofs aren't just durable; they are practically a lifetime roofing system. For centuries slate has been known for its beauty and longevity. A slate roof is generally regarded as the best roof you can buy, but it is also one of the most expensive roofs to install. If you are looking for something to make your Chattanooga home standout, and not to mention phenomenal curb appeal, consider this timeless roofing solution.

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Now Hiring: Administrative Coordinator

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Langley Roofs is hiring an Administrative Coordinator for our Chattanooga office. If you would like to be considered for the position, please fill out the form below to begin the application process. 

Administrative Coordinator Job Responsibilities:

Serves customers by providing product and service information; resolving product and service problems.

Administrative Coordinator Job Duties:

Attracts potential customers by answering product and service questions; suggesting information about other products and services.
- Opens customer accounts by recording account information.
- Maintains customer records by updating account information.
- Resolves product or service problems by clarifying the customer's complaint; determining the cause of the problem; selecting and explaining the best solution to solve the problem; expediting correction or adjustment; following up to ensure resolution.
- Maintains financial accounts by processing customer adjustments.Recommends potential products or services to management by collecting customer information and analyzing customer needs.Prepares product or service reports by collecting and analyzing customer information.Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Administrative Coordinator Skills and Qualifications:
- Customer Service, Product Knowledge, Quality Focus, Problem Solving, Market Knowledge, Documentation Skills, Listening, Phone Skills, Resolving Conflict, Analyzing Information , Multi-tasking

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