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Clean Up Toxic Problems in Your Client's Homes

 

Everyone wants a safe, comfortable environment in their homes for themselves and their families. But some toxic conditions may need cleaning up, particularly in older homes. Here are some possible hazards that may be in your client’s house.

Lead paint- Most homes built before 1978 probably have some lead-based paint in them, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Although you may see do-it-yourself instructions online for repairing or renovating a home that has lead-based paint in it, that’s too risky.

What is the best type of firewood to use in your fireplace?

 
Alligator juniper:Juniper, from Arizona’s high country, is wonderfully fragrant with a cedar-like aroma. It has medium hardness and mixes well with other woods. Alligator juniper is excellent in the fireplace or in a backyard fire pit and produces a cozy lively fire with crackle, pop and pleasant aroma.It is excellent for grilling and smoking. It’s a wood used by many of Arizona's elite resorts.

Oak hardwood:This long lasting hardwood burns hot with a good bed of coals. Excellent for grilling and smoking