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report/Maitland_NCHS_2006ThoracicReport.pdf#page=53Not ApplicableDuring the last 12 months has there been any flooding or water damage in your home?2006
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=6AHSHow often have you seen any evidence of mice or rats in your home since [fill date three months prior]? Would you say it was daily, weekly, monthly or a few times a year?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=7AHSHave you ever seen signs of live or dead cockroaches or cockroach feces INSIDE your home?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=7AHSWas that within the last 3 months that is, since [fill date three months prior]?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=8AHSHow often have you seen any live or dead cockroaches or cockroach feces INSIDE your home since [fill date three months prior]? Would you say it was daily, weekly, monthly, or a few times a year?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=9AHSIn the last 12 months, was there mold covering an area greater than or equal to the size of an 8” x 11” piece of paper in any of the following rooms in your home…2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=10AHSIn the last 12 months, how often have you noticed any musty smells inside your home? Would you say it was daily, weekly, a few times a year or never? (Musty smells are smells of dampness, mold or mildew.)2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=12AHSDoes your household have any of the following...Working exhaust in all the bathrooms?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=12AHSDoes your household have any of the following...Working exhaust, fan, or vent in all the bathrooms?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=13AHSDo you have a working carbon monoxide detector inside your home?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=13AHSIs your carbon monoxide detector powered by electricity, batteries or both?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=13AHSHave the batteries in your carbon monoxide detector been replaced in the past 6 months?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=14AHSDo you have access to the water heater for your unit?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=14AHSHave you ever checked the temperature of your hot water?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=15AHSWhat was the temperature of your hot water?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=16AHSDo all, some, or none of the electrical outlets in your home have child tamper-resistant outlet covers?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=17AHSAre all, some, or none of the chemicals, pesticides, cleaning supplies and medicines stored out of the reach of young children?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=17AHSDo you use extension cords at home?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=18AHSAre any of the extension cords used in the home cracked or worn?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=18AHSDo you have access to an outdoor swimming pool on your property? If apartment building: (This includes a swimming pool anywhere on the grounds.)2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=19AHSIs there a fence at least 4 feet tall that goes around all the way around the pool with a gate that closes and latches automatically? (Fences around the yard do not count. Do not include trees, foliage, and other shrubbery. A wall of the home cannot count as a side of the fence unless there is no way to access the pool area in that wall (i.e. no doors, windows, or openings of any kind).)2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=20AHSDoes your home have any stairs inside, such as stairs to upstairs, basement, attic, etc.? Stairs are sets of three or more steps.2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=20AHSAre the railings on all or some of these stairs firmly attached or are none of them firmly attached? (Firmly attached means secured strongly enough to be used with complete confidence.)2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=21AHSAre there any missing or broken railings on these stairs?2010
report/DeMaio_Census_2011_AmericanHousing.pdf#page=21AHSAre any of the steps missing or broken on these stairs?2010