Phone:
720-399-3335

Office address:
1685 S. Colorado Blvd. Suite 151, Denver, CO 80222

Soil Inspection

$ 250 .00

Plus $60 for each sample

  • Unlimited inspection area.
  • Next day inspection.
  • Full report with lab results, photos and conclusions in 24-48 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Certified Lead Soil Inspection

In this inspection, a trained and certified inspector will collect soil samples from a ground plot believed to have been contaminated with lead.

Certified laboratory will analyze samples to rule out or confirm the lead contamination as well as to determine the amount of lead present.  

Dust Wipe Inspection

$ 250 .00

Plus $60 for each sample

  • Unlimited number of rooms/areas.
  • Next day inspection.
  • Full report with lab results, photos and conclusions in 24-48 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Certified Lead Dust Wipe Inspection

In this inspection, a trained and certified inspector will use special wipes to collect dust from floors, windowsills, or window wells in rooms and spaces believed to have been contaminated with lead. Certified laboratory will analyze samples to rule out or confirm the lead contamination as well as to determine the amount of lead present.  

Lead DIY Testing

$ 90 .00

The first sample

Plus $45 for each additional sample

  • No inspection - collect the samples yourself and drop them off or mail them in.
  • No certification - results are not recognized by the contractors.
  • Report with lab results clearly stating the absence or presence of lead and the lead content in each sample in 48 hours from the drop-off time.

Paint-Chip Inspection

$ 250 .00

Plus $35 for each paint sample

  • Unlimited number of rooms/areas.
  • Next day inspection.
  • Full report with results from x-ray florescent sample analysis, photos and conclusions in 24 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Certified Lead Paint-Chip Inspection

In this inspection, a trained and certified inspector will collect samples of suspected paint(s).  

Certified laboratory will analyze samples using SW-846-7000B Flame AA method to determine amount of lead. The number of samples depends on the number of suspected paints that are to be tested for the presence of lead.

Large XRF Inspection

$ 450 .00

No sample fee.

$25 for each additional room/area.

  • Residential, Commercial and industrial properties - 9 to 11 rooms/areas.
  • Next day inspection.
  • A non-invasive method with immediate readings.
  • Full report with results from x-ray florescent sample analysis, photos and conclusions in 24 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Certified Lead Large XRF Inspection

In this inspection, a trained and certified inspector will shoot at suspect surfaces with a low energy x-ray fluorescent beam, which penetrates through multiple layers of the surface and returns lead content values.

The results are immediate, however we will need additional 48 hours to compile a full written report.The XRF testing method is non-invasive which means that no physical samples need to be taken. For this reason, XRF lead testing can be used on on any surface or material, starting with walls, through furniture and pipes, and ending with household equipment and toys.

Medium XRF Inspection

$ 250 .00

No sample fee. $25 for each additional room/area.

  • Whole house (or 5 to 8 rooms/areas).
  • Next day inspection.
  • A non-invasive method with immediate readings.
  • Full report with results from x-ray florescent sample analysis, photos and conclusions in 24 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Certified Lead Medium XRF Inspection

In this inspection, a trained and certified inspector will shoot at suspect surfaces with a low energy x-ray fluorescent beam, which penetrates through multiple layers of the surface and returns lead content values. The results are immediate, however we will need additional 24 hours to compile a full written report.

The XRF testing method is non-invasive which means that no physical samples need to be taken. For this reason, XRF lead testing can be used on on any surface or material, starting with walls, through furniture and pipes, and ending with household equipment and toys.

Small XRF Inspection

$ 250 .00

No sample fee. $25 for each additional room/area.

  • Up to 4 rooms/areas.
  • Next day inspection.
  • A non-invasive method with immediate readings.
  • Full report with results from x-ray florescent sample analysis, photos and conclusions in 24 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Certified Lead Small XRF Inspection

In this inspection, a trained and certified inspector will shoot at suspect surfaces with a low energy x-ray fluorescent beam, which penetrates through multiple layers of the surface and returns lead content values. The results are immediate, however we will need additional 24 hours to compile a full written report.The XRF testing method is non-invasive which means that no physical samples need to be taken. For this reason, XRF lead testing can be used on on any surface or material, starting with walls, through furniture and pipes, and ending with household equipment and toys.

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Fuel And Trip Additional Charge

$ 100 .00

$1 per mile and minimum of $100

  • An add-on for traveling to the service address that is located further than 30 miles from downtown Denver.
  • $1 per extra mile but no less than $100.

Extra charge will be added to the bill to cover for fuel and trip for traveling to the service address that is located further than 30 miles from downtown Denver. It's $1 per extra mile but no less than $100.

Lead-Based Paint Testing

Small XRF Inspection

$ 250 .00

No sample fee.

$25 for each additional room/area.

  • Up to 4 rooms/areas.
  • Next day inspection.
  • A non-invasive method with immediate readings.
  • Full report with results from x-ray florescent sample analysis, photos and conclusions in 24 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Medium XRF Inspection

$ 350 .00

No sample fee.

$25 for each additional room/area.

  • Whole house (or 5 to 8 rooms/areas).
  • Next day inspection.
  • A non-invasive method with immediate readings.
  • Full report with results from x-ray florescent sample analysis, photos and conclusions in 24 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Large XRF Inspection

$ 450 .00

No sample fee.

$25 for each additional room/area.

  • Residential, commercial and industrial properties – 9 to 11 rooms/areas.
  • Next day inspection.
  • A non-invasive method with immediate readings.
  • Full report with results from x-ray florescent sample analysis, photos and conclusions in 24 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Paint-Chip Inspection

$ 250 .00

Plus $35 for each paint sample

  • Unlimited number of rooms/areas.
  • Next day inspection.
  • Full report with results from x-ray florescent sample analysis, photos and conclusions in 24 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Dust Wipe Inspection

$ 250 .00

Plus $60 for each sample

  • Unlimited number of rooms/areas.
  • Next day inspection.
  • Full report with lab results, photos and conclusions in 24-48 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

Soil Inspection

$ 250 .00

Plus $60 for each sample

  • Unlimited inspection area.
  • Next day inspection.
  • Full report with lab results, photos and conclusions in 24-48 hours.
  • No trip charge within the 30-mile radius from downtown Denver.

DIY Testing

$ 90 .00

The first sample

Plus $45 for each additional sample

  • No inspection – collect the samples yourself and drop them off or mail them in.
  • No certification – results are not recognized by the contractors.
  • Report with lab results clearly stating the absence or presence of lead and the lead content in each sample in 48 hours from the drop-off time.

Fuel And Trip Additional Charge

$ 100 .00

$1 per mile and minimum of $100

  • An add-on for traveling to the service address that is located further than 30 miles from downtown Denver.
  • $1 per extra mile but no less than $100.

How Much Lead Exposure Is Okay for Your Family?

The answer is none. Any exposure to lead at all can be dangerous. That’s why EnvioCore takes lead exposure seriously. Lead exposure is particularly dangerous for children because their bodies are still growing and developing.

Lead can affect almost every organ system in the body, and it can cause a variety of health problems, including brain damage, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems. There is no safe level of lead exposure, so it is important to take steps to protect your family from this harmful metal. You can reduce your family’s exposure to lead by avoiding contact with contaminated soil and water and by using lead-free products whenever possible.

What Are the Risks Associated with Lead-Based Paint?

Lead is a metal that was once commonly used in household items such as paint and plumbing. However, it is now known that lead can be harmful to human health. Lead can cause a variety of health problems, including brain damage, kidney damage, and reproductive problems. It can also increase the risk of cancer.

Lead is especially dangerous for children, who can suffer from learning disabilities and behavioral problems if they are exposed to lead. Pregnant women should also avoid exposure to lead, as it can harm the developing fetus.

There are several ways to reduce your exposure to lead, including avoiding old paint chips and avoiding contact with soil that may contain lead. The EPA recommends testing older structures for lead-based paint before any renovation or demolition project. In some cases, federal regulations require lead-based paint mitigation.

Lead-Based Paint FAQs

When was lead paint commonly used in homes?

Heavily leaded paint was used in most homes built before the 1950s, with lower levels of lead used until 1977. In 1978, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission banned the use of lead-based paint in housing. Lead is a naturally occurring element that has a variety of uses in and around the house. It is an excellent conductor of electricity and is often used in wiring and plumbing. Lead can also be found in paints, tiles, and other building materials. While it is durable and long-lasting, lead can also be toxic if ingested or breathed in. In recent years, there has been a push to remove all lead from household products due to its health risks.

When was lead removed from paint?

Lead-based paint and lead-contaminated dust are the most hazardous sources of lead for children in the United States. In 1978, use of lead-based paints in housing was banned, and all houses built before 1978 are likely to contain some lead-based paint. However, it is the deterioration and dust of this paint that causes problems.

Why was lead added to paint?

Lead was added to paint to speed up drying, increase durability, maintain a fresh appearance, and resist moisture.

Is house paint toxic?

Even non-leaded paints can be toxic. Paints used in the home contain potentially harmful chemicals such as solvents and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

How soon can you get here for lead-based paint testing?

EnvioCore can typically do same-day or next day service in the Denver metro and Front Range area, as well as All Colorado Cities.

Call EnvioCore Today

If you plan on removing paint, doing renovations, or demolishing an older structure, don’t risk exposure to Lead-Based Paint. Call EnvioCore immediately so we can help you understand what you’re dealing with. This empowers you to know exactly what steps to take to protect your family from lead-based paint exposure.