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Kichen Design
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Oak Hill Architects
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Guest Cottage
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should test for radon? The EPA recommends that every homeowner test for radon. Households with children should be especially vigilant about testing and fixing radon levels, because children are the most likely to be affected. If you are buying a house, ask to see the results of any previous radon testing
testing, and test the house again yourself after moving in. And because radon can build up over time, it is a good idea to periodically retest. Radon levels can change over time, sometimes quite dramatically.
“cute” — roseannstedman
Sealy Design Inc.
16 Reviews
Moody Blues
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further and test the water yourself, either using an at-home test kit (available at most home improvement stores) or getting in touch with your water utility to find a local lab. At the very least, you want to know if your water contains lead, but any additional information you can gather would be helpful
water tested for things like lead
further and test the water yourself, either using an at-home test kit (available at most home improvement stores) or getting in touch with your water utility to find a local lab. At the very least, you want to know if your water contains lead, but any additional information you can gather would be helpful
“caesarston quartz 2020” — snellfish
Loudon County Interior Designer
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GH3 Enterprises LLC
19 Reviews
Captiva Beach Cottage
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Uncle Ned Test," says Moloney-Grelli. "If you’re cooking dinner or cleaning up after a big meal and Uncle Ned wants to help himself to a cup of coffee, you don’t want him to get in your way.” Both Anderson and Moloney-Grelli suggest situating a coffee station (built in or not) just outside
Uncle Ned Test," says Moloney-Grelli. "If you’re cooking dinner or cleaning up after a big meal and Uncle Ned wants to help himself to a cup of coffee, you don’t want him to get in your way.” Both Anderson and Moloney-Grelli suggest situating a coffee station (built in or not) just outside the immediate
Uncle Ned Test," says Moloney-Grelli. "If you’re cooking dinner or cleaning up after a big meal and Uncle Ned wants to help himself to a cup of coffee, you don’t want him to get in your way.”Both Anderson and Moloney-Grelli suggest situating a coffee station (built in or not) just outside the immediate work
“Coffee bar with a view” — chelseymf
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
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has been tested for radon, and whether anything has been done to reduce radon levels. If there hasn’t been any testing done, ask if your landlord will pay for a test or buy one yourself. The EPA recommends notifying your landlord in writing if you find there are elevated radon levels in the building — you
of the test with the other tenants. If you find that there are elevated radon levels in your space, provide your landlord with information on the dangers of radon from the EPA website, and ask him or her to pay for radon-reducing measures.
“Front Door” — francquinto
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
13 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
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How to test for radon. The least-expensive option is to buy a test kit that you use yourself at home. These simple kits, which come in either a short-term (fewer than 90 days) or long-term (more than 90 days) version, are easy to use and are widely available at home improvement stores. Following the
during the test period. Once the time is up, reseal the test kit and send it in — you should get the results within a few weeks.
“Industrial design 07” — audreylai
Landing Design & Development
Bunk Room
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wise to test out the paint itself before buying all of the paint you need.
Always, always test it out. And use the exact finish you plan to use — high gloss will look very different from matte or eggshell. If you don't want to deal with test pots, look for a paint company that offers poster-size paint
always test it out. And use the exact finish you plan to use — high gloss will look very different from matte or eggshell. If you don't want to deal with test pots, look for a paint company that offers poster-size paint chips and tape them to your wall instead. Even with big paint chips, when you think
always test it out. And use the exact finish you plan to use — high gloss will look very different from matte or eggshell. If you don't want to deal with test pots, look for a paint company that offers poster-size paint chips and tape them to your wall instead. Even with big paint chips, when you think
“BM Hale Navy - door color” — dmparent
Thomas Roszak Architecture, LLC
Glass House
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color test patches should be 2'sq
Deciding on Color--Test patches should be painted across from a window, next to a window and next to any proposed accent wall or passageway into another room. Light conditions greatly affect the appearance
colors. Test the color in areas of shadow and direct light, and observe it during the day and evening, when you switch to artificial light, to get a real sense of whether it’s right for you. Live with the colors for a couple of days, and the best option will become evident.
need to test the color in areas of shadow and direct light, and observe it during the day and evening, when you switch to artificial light, to get a real sense of whether it’s right for you. Live with the colors for a couple of days, and the best option will become evident.
“Blinds” — tomatopatch
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