Three Sources Of Lead Paint In The Home And Community

Posted on: 3 August 2015
Lead paint was a popular option for homes and other buildings leading up to the year 1978. Properties built after that should be clear of lead paint due to the government placing a federal ban on it due to several health problems it can cause. There are still several old buildings which may have lead paint inside, which is why lead paint abatement is so serious and needs to be done correctly.
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Fighting Recurring Mold: Four Ways To Lower Humidity Without A Dehumidifier

Posted on: 31 July 2015
Mold loves humidity. That's why you often see it appear in bathrooms and basements. It only makes sense, then, that lowering the humidity in your home can help prevent mold growth.  Dehumidifiers, however, have their own downsides: in addition to the up-front cost of the machine, they run on electricity and can increase your monthly energy bills. They also need to be emptied regularly, have filters that must be cleaned or replaced, and require periodic cleaning of the coils and water tank.
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Want To Finish Your Basement? Take These Precautions First

Posted on: 28 July 2015
If you are ready to finish your basement but you are concerned about moisture and rainfall where you live, there are building materials that are water resistant, and precautions you can take around the space. Floods are the number one disaster in the United States annually, but you can prevent this from happening to you. Finishing the basement is a great way to add living space, to create a recreational or entertainment area, and to improve the value of your home.
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Are Framed Or Frameless Shower Doors Best For Your Home?

Posted on: 27 July 2015
When designing custom shower doors for your home, there are various aspects for you to consider before finally settling on a design. One of those is whether to opt for framed or frameless. Each one has its pros and cons that should be factored into your decision.     Framed Shower Doors The most common type of doors you will find in bathrooms is the framed doors. If you are working within a tight budget, framed doors are usually the best option because they are typically inexpensive.
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