Lead Risk Assessment

What is a Risk Assessment?

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A risk assessment is an on-site investigation to determine the presence of lead and lead-based hazard in paint, dust, water and soil; we provide suggested ways to abate or control exposure.

New Home Buyer? Pre Settlement Inspection

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Include buying peace of mind when buying a home built before 1978.We provide a full summary report within YOUR timeframe while making a decision on your ratified contract. 

Renovation Work?

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DIY or contractor hired renovation work: Federal guidelines require a clearance report before starting. Know if there is lead, and take proper precautions to ensure the safety of your family. 

Water Quality Testing

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Water in your pipes must be stagnant for at least six hours;  two water samples are taken, a first draw after the stagnant period, and a flush sample, after running the same water source for a minimum of 20 seconds .

Soil Sampling

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Sub and urban soils often have lead concentrations  greater than norma levels at the base of a home painted with lead-based paint. Lead does not biodegrade; it remains in soil for thousands of years.

XRF Testing

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You have questions, we have answers.  after an XRF (x-ray fluorescence) analyzer Lead-Based Paint, surface-by-surface examination of the home and all exterior painted areas, we identify down to  the mg/cm2, the exact location of any lead paint.