When repainting a room in your home, color is probably the first thing you think about, but a close second might be whether or not the paint you choose is safe. To that end, four paint companies have settled charges that they misled customers on the safety of products by deceptively promoting them as emissions-free. What You Should Know:• …
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SEPTEMBER 05, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - AFFORDABLE CUSTOM WOODWORK & CONSTRUCTION INC.
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