Are you a subscriber but don’t have an online account?

Register for full online access.

 
 
 
 

More stories about Lead-Safe Practices

  • Eight-Penny News

    Leaks in high-temperature plastic exhaust pipes, new asbestos regs coming, training architects as builders

  • Eight-Penny News

    EPA’s radon assessment questioned, federal “dig-safe” law likely, liquid sand and gravel

  • Eight-Penny News

    L.A. quake leaves plywood sheathing looking good, material shortages slow building upswing, wash and dry laundry with the same machine

  • For What It's Worth

    Cement block spacers, nontoxic treated wood, convertible basement window

  • Letters

    Keeping up with OSHA regs, blood lead levels clarified, nail strength, OSB

  • Taking the Worry Out of Drinking Water

    As concerns rise over water quality, more contractors will be asked to provide solutions. Here’s what you’ll need to know.

  • Eight-Penny News

  • Lead Paint Update

    With lead poisoning stories in the news, and state and federal regs swelling, remodelers are nervous. JLC proposes a commonsense approach to safeguard workers and clients, and avoid liability.

  • Eight-Penny News

  • A Contractor's Guide to Carpeting

    Laying carpet isn’t as easy as it looks. It requires preparation by the contractor and a knowledgeable installer. Also: Carpet and Air Quality