Frequently Asked Questions
Common Questions Regarding Our Lead Inspections
There are many dangers of being exposed to lead based paint, including lead poisoning. This is especially true for children, whose bodies are still developing. It is very important to know the status of your home and ensure any lead paint is cleared away. Please let our team at M & M Lead Inspectional Services, Inc. know if there are any other questions we can answer for you.
Q: How will I know if there is lead paint in my home?
A: You will need to have your home tested by a licensed lead inspector. We can thoroughly check your home for the presence of lead paint and provide you with documentation.
Q: How do I choose the right lead inspector?
A: It is important to ensure your lead inspector is licensed by CLPPP (Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program). You can obtain information on the company you plan to use to ensure they are licensed.
Q: How does the lead inspector conduct the inspection?
A: Your home will be inspected thoroughly, both inside and out. Our inspector will test every single surface that has paint to check for lead. Then, we will make a record of any and all lead hazards on a detailed report.
Q: How do I know if this inspection is necessary?
A: This inspection ensures the safety of you, your family, or anyone who may purchase your home. Anyone can be affected by the dangerous of lead paint, but children are especially vulnerable. Although this service may be requested to purchase or sell a home, we offer the service to anyone seeking better assurance.
Q: How do I know the risk level of my home?
A: During the inspection, we will determine how much lead paint is present in your home. These levels are referred to as low-risk deleading, moderate-risk deleading, and high-risk deleading. Our inspector can explain the risks and discuss your options.
If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to give us a call today at 978-809-1064.