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Additional Indoor Air Quality Resources for Renters

If you currently rent your home, some additional resources that may be helpful to you in solving some indoor air problems in your home include:

  • County, city or town code official
  • Attorney General's Office
  • Justice of the Peace Court (for landlord/tenant disputes)
  • The Landlord/Tenant Agreement

If you currently receive financial assistance for renting  your home, some additional resources that may be helpful to you in solving some indoor air problems in your home include:

  • Housing Authority
  • HUD

*For ALL people who rent their home: Remember to send a letter to the management office of your complex to officially file a complaint.  Be sure to get a signed and dated receipt on the day that the office receives your complaint, by sending a certified or registered letter to the management office.  This letter should state clearly both the nature of your concern and how and when you expect the problem to be addressed.  Sending this letter at the initial onset of a problem can help to speed up the process of solving the problem, before it has a chance to possibly grow larger and out of control.

Last Updated: Friday January 16 2009
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