Lead Paint Testing

Lead paint is no longer widely used in America, but older homes may still have lead paint, which can break down and cause lead poisoning and toxicity in both adults and children. If you are interested in purchasing a home that was built before the 1970s and you have reason to believe lead paint may be present, lead paint testing is an essential home inspection step, which can rule out the use of hazardous lead paint.

If you are living in a home built before the 1970s and you have a child or are going to have a child, you may also want to consider having lead paint testing performed, as lead paint exposure can be highly toxic in children.

We have the tools

Thermal imaging, moisture readers, GFCI testers and more.

Easy-to-read Report

An HTML or PDF report that gives you the information you need to make informed decisions.

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