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It’s Time To Bust Lead Dust

Did you know that lead dust is more dangerous than lead paint itself? According to the Center for Disease Control, a speck of lead dust, equal to a grain of sand, is enough to poison a child. Lead dust is the most common form of lead poisoning. If you do have lead in your home, you will need a lead abatement plan. The only way to know, however, is to have lead testing done. What is Lead Dust? Lead dust forms when lead paint is chipped away or sanded. Check out www.BustLeadDust.com for more detailed information. Most houses built before 1978, when.
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Commercial Testing

You don't necessarily need to know about an environmental problem to be held liable for it. Environmental-based lawsuits against property owners, property managers, co-op/condo associations, insurers, realtors, builders and contractors — claiming that environmental problems could have been avoided — are commonplace. Since most environmental, and hidden from view, it's important to test to see if your property is contaminated with mold, radon, lead, asbestos, and other toxins, or whether the conditions for future contamination exist. By acting now to uncover and contain problems, you may avert future lawsuits, expensive remediation projects, and excessive insurance costs. You'll also be protecting the health.
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