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Debra Lynn Dadd

411 Cleveland Street #263
San Francisco, CA 94110

727-466-6812

http://www.dld123.com

Service area: 50 miles

Service Area: San Francisco Bay Area

Debra Lynn Dadd provides information on household products and building materials that are safer for health and the environment.

Get help choosing building, decorating, and other household products. A 15-minute phone consultation is only $30 (minimum fee). Most questions can be answered in the first 15 minutes. If more time is needed for additional questions, the fee is $2/minute after the initial 15 minutes. Debra can bring her twenty-plus years of experience to questions even as small as what type of paint is best for you.

As a consultant, she is available to consult on projects large and small, by phone or on-site anywhere in the world. On building and decorating projects she works with clients to help them determine which materials meet their needs, and also, if desired, work with their interior designers and contractors to help them find and choose the needed products.

She also has an online directory of nontoxic, natural and earthwise products. Debra's List has 100s of links to 1000s of household and personal products that complement the product listings in GreenHomeGuide. Each link has a description that she writes personally writes, giving the health or environmental benefits.

Debra is the author of Home Safe Home: Creating a Healthy Home Environment by Reducing Exposure to Toxic Household Products, and publishes free email newsletters. She is a regular contributor to Natural Home Magazine and further educates the public through media appearances and giving lectures.

Consultant regarding household products and building materials that are safer for health and the environment, since 1980. Debra has reviewed materials specifications and made specific recommendations for more than a dozen residences and several offices, including an apartment building in New York City. She has worked with homeowners, architects, contractors, and interior designers. Debra did her first green remodel on her own home in 1985.