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Bel Air Wall Mount Lanterns Recalled: Fire, Burn, Shock Hazards

Recalled Bel Air outdoor lantern

Bel Air lanterns can short out and pose a fire risk. Image: CPSC

The CPSC is recalling Bel Air Lighting outdoor wall mount lanterns that can cause fires, burns, or electric shocks. Read More

84,000 Thomas Lighting Fixtures Recalled: Fire and Shock Hazard

Recalled lighting fixtures

Thomas Lighting has received 11 reports of defective fixtures, but no injuries. Image: CPSC

Thomas Lighting ceiling flush mount lights are recalled because they can cause a fire or electrical shock. Read More

Friday Five: As Market Heats Up, First-Time Buyers Have to Act Fast

Optimism grows around home ownership, though some first-timers struggle to compete in the housing market. Plus, two senators put forth a bill to encourage more refis. Read More

2 Million Flushmate Toilet Systems Recalled Because of Explosions

Flushmate toilet system recalled

If you own this Flushmate toilet system, turn off the water supply to the unit and stop using it. Image: CPSC

The CPSC is recalling Flushmate III Pressure-Assist Flushing Systems that can explode. Read More

Window Film Gets the Recognition It Deserves for Saving Energy

This window film meets California's energy standards

California now recognizes window film as an energy-efficient building material. Image: Solutia’s Performance Films division

You may not need to do that window retrofit. A new California building code underscores the benefits of using ever-so-humble window film. Read More

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