Lead Laws and Lead Exposure Discussion





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Published on Apr 14, 2010

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Jerry Burdi gets interviewed on News 12 Long Island Talks with Lea Tyrell about reducing lead exposure and the new EPA Lead Program.

Points addressed in this interview:

- Contractors call for delay in federal rule designed to protect children from lead

- The concern about lead in home built before 1978

- The course to get certified as a lead-safe firm

- Not enough contractors are currently certified and may not make the April 22nd, 2010 deadline

- Jerry has completed the course and is a certified remodeler

- 1 out of 11 children in the U.S. have a high concentration of lead in their blood stream

- Effects and illnesses of lead in children

- Homeowners need to be aware of the cost needed to comply with this new lead law, and how it will affect home improvement project costs

- How to find out if there may be lead exposure in your home

- How do contractors get certified?

- The benefits of being a NARI member

- Awareness is key!

Since 1990. DJ's Home Improvements performs extensive home renovations, including baths, kitchens, decks, additions, dormers, extensions, entryways, basements, closet interiors, and so much more... Our motto: "We treat your home as our own". Members of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry and the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Our office is located in Franklin Square, NY, (516) 775-8696. Visit our website at www.djshome.com for more project pics and ideas.

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