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Month: November 2012

Pool Safety

Safety Guidelines for Home Pools Sources: CPSC.gov PoolSafety.gov Staying Safe in Residential Pools Adding as many water safety steps as possible is the best way to assure a safe and fun experience in a residential swimming pool or spa. Parents and families can build on their current safety practices by adopting water safety steps at home […]

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Plumbing

For more information on your home's plumbing, call a home inspector. Plumbing may be defined as practice, materials, and fixtures used in the installation, maintenance, and alteration of all piping, fixtures, appliances, and appurtenances in connection with sanitary or storm drainage facilities, the venting system, and the public or private water supply systems. Plumbing does […]

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Household Hazards

Here are some common, and not-so-common issues you might want to look for (and avoid) in your next home. Algae: Microorganisms that may grow to colonies in damp environments, including certain rooftops. They can discolor shingles. Often described as "fungus." Alligatoring: A condition of paint or aged asphalt brought about by the loss of volatile […]

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Home Safety Checklist

Home Safety Checklist Source:Home Safety Council Remember, Home Safety isn't just for Seniors! Each year, many adults and children are injured in and around their homes. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates that in 1981, over 622,000 people over age 65 were treated in hospital emergency rooms for injuries associated with products they live with […]

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