When it comes to lead paint risks, choosing the right contractor is important. AdjustPro Solutions specializes in lead paint removal and abatement and handles all of the required permits, certifications, and insurance to do so safely and lawfully.
Lead paint is a very dangerous substance that is widely used in homes and schools built before 1978. Lead-based paint was prohibited in the United States by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1978. Lead is a highly toxic metal that has been linked to a variety of health problems, especially in children and pregnant women. Lead particles will harm your brain and hinder the development of your child’s brain as they are absorbed into the body. Lead poisoning has been linked to learning disorders, poor behavior, seizures, and death. Kidney, blood, and nervous system damage are all possible side effects of lead exposure.
Lead particles will harm your brain and hinder the development of your child’s brain as they are absorbed into the body. Lead poisoning has been linked to learning disorders, poor behavior, seizures, and death. Kidney, blood, and nervous system damage are all possible side effects of lead exposure.
Tiny particles of lead dust are released into the air as lead paint deteriorates and fails over time. Surfaces such as countertops, windowsills, floors, baseboards, chairs, and other household objects begin to collect this dangerous dust. Lead paint dust can contaminate decks, patios, children’s play areas, and the soil around your home on the exterior. Lead paint has a sweet taste, and small children are susceptible to placing things and their hands in their mouths. The risk of ingesting toxic lead toxins is significantly increased as a result of this.
You must employ a licensed Lead Abatement Contractor if you are planning a lead paint removal project at your home or if you are permanently removing lead-based paint hazards from your home. It is your duty as the homeowner to employ a contractor who has a current license and is insured to complete the job. A accredited abatement company differs from a contractor who only has an individual RRP certificate.
It’s important to ask questions and obtain documentation of certifications and insurance. Unfortunately, merely inquiring about your painter’s ability to extract or abate lead is insufficient. You may be held responsible if you employ an unlicensed lead paint contractor and the operation results in the contamination of the area with hazardous materials.
Your contractor must provide the following documentation in order to remove lead paint.
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