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Lead Safety Awareness in Your Home

By Kimberly Martin on 30 May 2014.

Over many years, lead—a naturally-occurring metal found in the Earth—has been used as an ingredient for dozens of household items and products. Common materials like gasoline, paint, pipe soldering, drinking water pipes, vinyl, brass, shingles, and more have all used lead as an ingredient in the past. Because lead is such a durable, useful metal, its widespread use in these items doesn’t come as a surprise. The downfall is lead’s toxicity to human health. That’s why today we’re informing you on the risks of lead in older homes and what you can do to combat it if you think your home is at risk.

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Siding 101 – What’s Available and What’s Best for You

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By Melody Boggs on 28 March 2014

Atlanta, GA—It’s finally happened. You can’t stand it anymore. You’re extremely proud of the inside look of your home, but every time you go outside, you just cringe. The siding is just a mess; it stopped looking new and well kept a while ago, but disposing of the old siding and installing new siding requires thought-out dedication and insight. Where do you start? Luckily for you, we can help you find your bearings and pick out the siding that is just right for you, your home, and your wallet. Read the rest of this entry »

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