Find out If Lead Poisoning Is a Risk Factor in Your Home
If you are concerned that your home has lead contamination, count on the team from HomeTeam Inspection Service to help you test for this hazardous material. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) considers lead poisoning to be the #1 environmental health threat to children and can often be found in homes built prior to 1978. With a lead inspection, you can protect your family from the health hazards of this material.
If you are concerned about contamination then get in contact with one of our local lead inspection experts.
HomeTeam proudly provides:
- Inspections in half the time, regardless of the size of your home
- A team of professionals to make your inspection faster and more thorough
- One Call Does It All® services that cover all home and commercial inspections
The Dangers of Lead Paint
Lead paint was not regulated prior to the late 1970s, when it was determined that lead-based paints create invisible, tasteless, and odorless dust when it deteriorates, chips, or peels. This lead dust can mix with the soil around your home and possibly be ingested by children and pets while they play. Even if your home has been remodeled, risks can still be present, as lead dust and chips can be disbursed in the building during construction.
For fast, trusted, accurate inspections, allow HomeTeam to ensure your peace of mind.
Rely on Our Experienced Team
When it comes to lead testing, you want to know that the team you trust with your home has the experience and understanding needed to do a thorough job. The presence of lead in your home is a big deal, and the health and wellbeing of your family are at stake.
HomeTeam has over 30 years of experience and provides licensed or certified inspectors who understand exactly where to look and what to look for. Lead-based paint is not dangerous if it is properly cared for. Our team will let you know the status of your home and any additional steps you might need to take.