What is a Risk Assessment?

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.

Pre Settlement Inspection

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?

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.

RENOVATE RIGHT LEAD SAFE GUIDE

Water Quality Testing

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.

EPA LEAD IN DRINKING WATER

Soil Sampling

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

“Lead Safe” Clearance Reports

After an XRF (x-ray fluorescence) analyzer Lead-Based Paint, investigation of the home and exterior painted areas, we identify down to the mg/cm2, the exact location of any lead paint and can advise you on preparing the facility for a lead clearance report.

MD STATE DAYCARE LICENSING STANDARDS