Is Your Home Safe from the Dangers of Smoking?
When one person smokes, everybody pays the price.
Secondhand smoke endangers everyone around, traveling through floorboards, ventilation systems, light fixtures and more. Even when the smoke clears, thirdhand smoke lingers on household items, like clothes, toys, furniture and even pets’ fur. Learn how you can protect yourself and your neighbors from these dangers.
Are You in Danger at Your Home?
Residents of multiunit housing don’t just share a roof; they share the air they breathe. Read about the dangers of second and thirdhand smoke in apartments and houses.