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04-22-10  Lead Paint  On April 22, 2010, Earth Day, new Environmental Protection Agency and Utah requirements regarding lead paint are in effect that affect most home remodeling projects. Roughly 79 million American homes constructed before 1978 are subject to the Lead Renovation, Repair and Repainting Rule. In an effort to reduce lead paint exposure, the EPA has issued this safety rule for work that disturbs over three square feet, virtually any potentially contaminated lead painted surfaces.  Lead dust exposure is now recognized as a very hazardous health risk to children, and hazardous to pregnant women, workers and other adults, causing permanent damage. Any subject renovations must be performed by Lead Safety Certified Renovation Firms. David Taylor Remodeling is proud to announce completed EPA training as a Lead Safety Certified Renovator. For more information on the EPA rule, please visit http://www.epa.gov/lead/pubs/renovation.htm

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  • IKEA Launches New Smart Lighting Line

    Following in the footsteps of GE, Phillips, and a host of others, IKEA is now officially offering its own line of smart lights scheduled to be available in the U.S. by the end of April.

  • JCPenney Gets Into the Remodeling Game

    Since 2012, not a year has passed that JCPenney didn’t close more stores than it opened due to falling revenue. Sales last year were down 30 percent from where they were in 2011, according to Fortune. But the department store has a plan to recapture at least some of that lost revenue: home remodeling. 

    “With the resurgence of the housing market, consumers are spending more than $300 billion annually to upgrade their homes since nearly two-thirds of the nation’s homes are over 30 years old,” said Marvin Ellison, chairman and CEO of JCPenney, in a release. 

  • NARI Rolls Out New Accreditation Program

    The National Association of the Remodeling Industry has unveiled a new accreditation program—a first for the trade group.

    Traditionally, NARI’s certification programs have focused on individual remodelers’ knowledge and professionalism. To date, there hasn’t been an accreditation program for remodeling businesses—until now.