In the United States, May has been recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month since 1949. Caring for our mental health is important because it influences our emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
There are several ways to decrease our energy consumption and improve our ability to conserve.
By being aware of the potential dangerous situations from severe weather, you can take a few precautions to protect the safety of your home and your family.
Plumbing, mechanical, and electrical services may be our forte; however, here are some steps homeowners can take to maintain these areas too!
Learn more about how Dan Wood will remain open as an emergency plumbing, heating/cooling, and electrical resource during the mandated shelter-in-place for the state of Michigan.
If you find yourself running low on toilet paper, and have been unable to purchase a pack at the store, we kindly ask you to please consider a few ideas
In an effort to limit the spread of germs on high-touch surfaces, there are a few upgrades we can consider both in residential and commercial settings
Taking care of your indoor air quality is more important than ever while we come together to fight the Coronavirus, COVID-19
To get the most of your garbage disposal’s grind, consider these simple tips for taking care of the system, or when choosing to make an upgrade.
Most accidental CO poisonings occur from December through February. Recognize the symptoms and understand how to avoid potential carbon monoxide leaks.
Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year? Keep in mind these quick tips to avoid a drain catastrophe in the middle of your holiday cooking schedule
The month of May is recognized as Electrical Safety Awareness Month. Follow these quick tips to keep yourself, your home and family safe!
The legacy of the original Dan Wood location in Detroit...