Houses that were built prior to 1978 can potentially contain lead-based paint. There are several quick testing kits that can determine whether your home contains lead-based paint. If the current layer of paint is in good shape, then there’s little risk of lead exposure during a re-paint. However, if the current layers of paint are starting to fail (peeling, blistering, etc), this can expose lead-based paint chips and dust to the air and create potential health hazards to your family, property, and neighboring properties.
Weinmann Painting is an EPA Lead Certified Contractor, which means our crews have been trained in the proper methods to remove and dispose of any lead-based paint debris. We take the proper precautions to ensure the health of our clients, their property and neighbors, and our employees.