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If you are in the process of ordering new windows you might want to check this publication to read up on what to look for when ordering them
If you live in a home built before 1978 and you are planning on renovations you can use this link to find a lead certified firm in your area. As of April 2010 all contractors are required to use lead safe practices when doing renovations or improvements on a home containing lead paint.
Wood floor finishing products can be fire hazards. This is a fire safety alert for contractors or homeowners who work with highly flammable laquer:
This site offers a search feature, which enables the public to search the current status of an individual's license or registration. The information provided to you is of a public nature and is limited to those licenses/registrations which are currently active.
Facts you will need before you start your home imporvement project, this guide is offered to you by the Federal Trade Commission.
This site by the government of MA provides the consumer with legal and practical information. Before you start your home improvement project read and follow this helpful advice. Understanding your rights and the whole process can safe you money.
If you are about to hire an insulation contractor this fact sheet will help you understand the process involved, it also has some tips on insulation that can be done by the home owner himself providing he follows safety instructions. The more you understand a job the better you will be able to know if your contractor does his job right.
Find advice and get help here. This HUD link will help you findresources on weatherizing your home and save money on future utility bills.