Prospective Buyer Resources
We offer a database of information divided into four main sections for your convenience.
You can search through all of our sections simultaneously.
This document by the US EPA will help you understand asbestos: what it is, its health effects, where it could be in your home, and what to do about it if you do find asbestos in your home.
This site by the MA Department of Environmental Protection offers homeowners and home buyers necessary information on Asbestos and the regulations dealing with asbestos in a home.
The Massachusetts Association of Realtors informs the consumer about Carbon Monoxide in the home and what the new law requires of all MA homeowners.
The federal Environmental Protection Agency's(EPA)guide to Radon reduction in your home can be read following this link.
This site provides information about lead, lead hazards, and provides some simple steps to protect your family.
This national consumer education program is concerned with improving the quality of indoor air in our homes. This website has a slew of information on your home's air quality from biological pollutants to lead dust.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has prepared consumer information to help you understand what mold is, how it can grow in your home and the routine maintenance procedures you can follow to prevent mold problems, plus methods of removing mold already in your home.
HUDís informational flyer teaches you the facts about working safely with existing LEAD paint.
This government website by the EPA provides you with all the information you need to keep yourself and your family safe from CARBON MONOXIDE poisoning. Here you can also find information on many other possible air pollutants in your home.
This guide to lead hazards in your home was produced by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. It gives you Simple Steps To Protect Your Family from Lead Hazards and teaches you how to identify lead hazards and how to minimize your risk of exposure.