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FREE EPA PAMPHLET
The Free EPA Pamphlet: If the dwelling unit was built prior to 1978, the landlord must give the tenants the EPA-approved information pamphlet on identifying and controlling lead-based paint hazards entitled “Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home.” You may obtain and print this pamphlet free by clicking the following download link (or copying the link into the address window of […]Read More →
SAFETY TIPS IF YOU LEAVE FOR BREAK
It’s winter semester break month and a lot of students take time to travel home for the holidays. While planning your leave, whether it’s for the entire break or for just a weekend, be sure to take precautions to keep your house safe while you are gone. Here are a few tips to help keep your […]Read More →
TIPS FOR EXTREME WEATHER TEMPERATURE
In Extreme Temperatures: ✷Keep vents open in kitchens, bathrooms and main living areas. ✷Trickle water running to keep your pipes from freezing. This is an ABSOLUTE if your kitchen sink faucet is on an outside wall. ✷Keep your thermostat set at the same temperature during both day and night. ✷You might be in the habit […]Read More →
FALL BREAK SAFETY TIPS
It’s Fall Break and a lot of students take time to travel for break. While planning your leave be sure to take precautions to keep your house safe while you are gone. Here are a few tips to help keep your house safe while you are away: • Have a trustworthy friend or family member watch […]Read More →
SPRING BREAK SAFETY TIPS
It’s Spring Break month and a lot of students take time to travel out-of-town to escape the cold weather. While planning your trip, whether it’s for the entire break or for just a weekend, be sure to take precautions to keep your home safe while you are gone. Here are a few tips to […]Read More →