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Lead-Based Paint Chip Testing

When it comes to lead-based paint, even a small chip can be dangerous. That’s why it’s important to take a lead-based paint chip sample if you think your home might have the toxic paint.

Lead-Based Paint Inspections

Here are four reasons why it’s important to take a lead-based paint chip sample:

  • Visual inspection: A trained professional will visually inspect the surface for any signs of deteriorated or damaged paint.
  • Sample collection: The professional will collect paint samples from different areas of the surface using specialized tools.
  • Laboratory analysis: The paint samples are then sent to a laboratory for analysis to determine if they contain lead.
  • Reporting: The results of the lead-based paint chip testing are documented in a report that outlines the location and extent of any lead-based paint found, as well as recommendations for managing or removing the paint.

Certified Test Results That Are Fast and Accurate

EnvioCore’s test procedures meet the highest local and federal standards for Lead-Based Paint inspections. We can be onsite the day you call us, and you’ll have your certified test results within a 1 to 2 days in most cases. That means you don’t have to wait to be sure your home has been thoroughly inspected for Lead-Based Paint!

The Benefits of Lead-Based Paint Chip Testing

  • Protecting human health: Lead-based paint can pose serious health risks, especially to young children and pregnant women. Testing can help identify areas where lead-based paint may be present so that proper precautions can be taken to prevent exposure.
  • Compliance with regulations: Many states and municipalities have laws and regulations governing lead-based paint in older homes and buildings. Lead-based paint chip testing can help ensure compliance with these regulations.
  • Preservation of historic structures: If lead-based paint is found in a historic building, testing can help identify areas where the paint can be safely removed or managed while preserving the historic integrity of the structure.
  • Property value: Lead-based paint can significantly impact the value of a property. Testing can help identify areas where lead-based paint may need to be addressed, which can help maintain or increase the property’s value.

Lead-Based Paint Chip Testing FAQs

Why is Lead-based paint chip testing important?

Lead-based paint can pose serious health risks, especially to young children and pregnant women. Testing can help identify areas where lead-based paint may be present so that proper precautions can be taken to prevent exposure.

How is Lead-based paint chip testing performed?

Lead-based paint chip testing involves visual inspection of the surface, collecting paint samples from different areas of the surface using specialized tools, laboratory analysis of the paint samples, and reporting of the results in a formal report.

Who should perform lead-based paint chip testing?

Lead-based paint chip testing should be performed by a trained and certified professional who has experience working with lead-based paint and the appropriate tools and equipment.

What should I do If Lead- based paint is found in my home or building

If lead-based paint is found, it is important to take appropriate steps to manage or remove it safely. This may involve hiring a professional to remove the paint or following specific guidelines for managing the paint to prevent exposure. It is important to follow local and state regulations regarding lead-based paint.

Schedule EnvioCore for a Lead-Based Paint Chip Inspection Today

We will pull physical paint chip samples and have them analyzed for Lead-Based Paint at a certified Laboratory!