If you are looking to buy a new home, office or building, getting the infrastructure inspected for lead-based hazards should be a priority. Quality Mold Testing has evaluated hundreds of residential and commercial properties in South Florida. Our lead testing expertise has allowed us to build many long-standing, professional relationships with our clients. The lead inspection services offered by our team is personalized to each project. We pride ourselves on our prompt delivery in efforts to meet any deadlines. If you are under time constraint to receive a compliance letter for building code enforcement, liability, insurance or the overall safety of the property then contact us to schedule an immediate lead inspection.
Our experienced staff is dedicated to actively preventing the risk of lead poisoning. By conducting property evaluations, Quality Mold Testing helps clients get the information they need. Many old properties used products with high levels of lead during construction. High levels of lead pose dangerous health risks to humans and pets. Although every client has different needs, there are four types of common lead inspections.
Lead-based paint inspection is a basic indoor and outdoor surface evaluation. The assessment involves the use of state-of-the-art devices and equipment that are capable of detecting lead without damaging any surfaces within your home or commercial property. It is commonly requested by landlords who wish to receive lead free certificates.
Lead Risk Reduction assessor will conduct a visual test and collect various dust samples within the property to examine for levels of lead.
Lead-based paint hazard testing involves a combination of dust, soil and water evaluations collected from various surfaces on the property. Our staff will also conduct a thorough visual inspection. The purpose of this type of property assessment is to identify what lead risks are present and to create a plan of control. Keeping our community safe from dangerous lead paint exposure is our focus.
Lead testing re-inspections after lead removal is strongly recommended if the presence of lead was found in your home. After your first inspection, you will be provided with a detailed report explaining where the lead hazards were found. After those hazards are removed by a professional company, a re-inspection can be scheduled. The re-inspection will verify if the lead was properly disposed of and that your home is a safe haven for you and your family.
It’s important to know that state and federal laws require landlords and/or property sellers to disclose any information on lead-based hazards before leasing or selling a property. Lead is typically present in areas like: windows or window sills, doors, cabinets, stairs, fences, porches and any other area that gets a lot of wear and tear throughout the year. Because they are still in a developmental stage, young children are the most susceptible to lead poisoning . Lead poisoning is a huge environmental health problem across the nation. Medical reports have shown that health effects of lead poisoning can cause brain damage, hypertension, headaches, reproductive issues and other complications.
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At Quality Mold Testing, we have experience with all types of structures and situations to perform both residential and commercial services. If you need a property inspection,