Meth - Frequently Asked Questions - Real estate transactions at methamphetamine-affected properties

General This document provides general guidance about real estate transactions involving potential methamphetamine-affected properties. The regulations (6 CCR 1014-3) and the real estate disclosure statute (Section 38-35.7-103, C.R.S.) should be referenced for additional detail and specific requirements. Assistance is also available by calling 303-692-3320, toll free at 1-888- 569-1831, ext. 3320, or by emailing Where can I find the Regulations Pertaining to the Cleanup of Methamphetamine-Affected Properties (6 CCR 1014-3, Parts 1–3) and statute for real estate disclosure for methamphetamine (Section 38-35.7-103, C.R.S.)? The regulations, statute and the real esta

Asbestos Awareness During Home Remodeling

Asbestos Awareness During Home Remodeling In the past, residential homes, airplanes and ships were largely constructed with a material called asbestos. This naturally occurring substance had heat-resistant properties, which were attractive to builders. However, cancers that included mesothelioma were eventually linked to asbestos exposure. Explore the steps involved with home remodeling if the homeowners encounter asbestos. There are ways to safeguard the structure until professionals arrive for treatment. Understanding Asbestos Dangers Asbestos has a structure that breaks apart into tiny particles. These strands float through the air where they're inhaled by anyone nearby. People may n

The History of Duct Tape

Duct tape was originally named “Duck” tape and originally only came in green, not silver. Duct tape was originally invented by Johnson & Johnson’s Permacel division during WWII for the military. The military specifically needed a waterproof tape that could be used to keep moisture out of ammunition cases. This is why the originally Duct tape came only in army green. As to why it was originally called “Duck” tape by the soldiers isn’t entirely known. It is commonly thought that because it was green and shed water, like a duck, the soldiers took to calling the tape “Duck” tape. An alternative theory is that they called it thus because it resembled strips of cotton duck. Which one is true

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