Lead Testing is required for construction or renovations on homes built before 1978!

Exposure to lead, no matter how brief, can cause devastating damage.

Homeowners involved in renovation projects need to be especially diligent. Even minor demolition or sanding can cause a home to become completely contaminated with lead dust.

If your home or building was built or significantly renovated prior to 1980, chances are high that some lead-based paint is present. Call us today and talk to one of our certified lead specialists!

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If you are selling or leasing a house that was constructed before 1978 you are required by law to:

  1. Get a lead based paint test
  2. Notify the buyer of the results of the test
  3. Provide documentation of records and lead reports
  4. Give the buyer 10 days to conduct an inspection or risk assessment
  5. Provide specific disclosures in your contract with the buyer or renter

Homeowners involved in renovation projects need to be especially diligent, as even minor demolition or sanding can cause a home to become completely contaminated with lead dust.

The dangers of lead-based paints and lead dust have been well known for decades. Even the most minor exposure to a child can cause damage to the central nervous system and affect a child’s growing brain. Our goal is to protect children and ensure no child is ever exposed to lead.

Even if your home is brand new, have your child tested for blood lead levels regularly. As more of the products we buy originate overseas, the greater the chances are that some merchandise containing lead can be brought into your home. Foreign countries do not all adhere to the same environmental safety and protection standards as the United States.

If your home or building was built or significantly renovated prior to 1980, chances are high that some lead-based paint is present. The location of a home does not necessarily affect the likelihood of lead’s presence. A 100-year-old colonial in an affluent suburb is just as likely to contain lead-based paint as is an inner city apartment.