Category Archives: Lead

How Do I Know If My Water Is Contaminated?

While we don’t have control over the public water supply, we do have control over our own homes. Buying bottled water to drink does not solve the overarching issue of contaminated water. Every day, we use our tap water to brush our teeth, bathe, wash clothes and dishes, water our vegetable gardens, and more. If your water contains lead or other toxins, your health is at risk. So what can you do? Here are 4 tips to help ensure your water is safe.

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Be Sure to Check These 3 Things When Moving Into Your New Apartment

Signing a lease for an apartment is a financial investment. You’re spending a decent chunk of your income to live in a space for a year or more. Break the lease, and you could be on the hook for additional fees. That’s why it’s important to make sure you thoroughly check an apartment for problem signs after moving in. There are many factors you could easily overlook if you’re not careful. Specifically, it’s worth paying attention to the following:

Mold

Mold develops in damp areas. Thus, it can sometimes be hidden behind walls and other obstructions. If.
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