Denver Lead-Based Paint Education

 

 Why Do You Need To Be Concerned About Lead?man painting the gutter

Lead is a toxic metal that was used for many years in products found in and around our homes such as paints, metal window blinds, and lead water pipes. Lead also can be emitted into the air from motor vehicles and industrial sources, and lead can enter drinking water from plumbing materials.

 

Among the risks, unknown to many people, is that this is a toxic substance harmful to all people of all ages but most dangerous to children, pregnant women, and unborn babies. It often has accumulative tendencies hence dangerous even in small bits.Lead may cause a range of health effects, from behavioral problems and learning disabilities to seizures and death. Children six years old and under are most at risk.

 

Distinctive Property Inspections, therefore, through our competent trainers always advise people who paint or undertake house repairs that these paint containing lead should be avoided. Old paint should always be handled in a proper manner to prevent dropping of paint chips as they remain in most gardens years after causing lead deposits. Our company always advise homeowners or painters against dangerous ways of handling old paints like blasting, burning, dry scraping, dry sanding and using power tools in paint since they create very small particles that can be inhaled or even deposited in dangerous places to cause harm.

 

Most Common Sources Of Lead Poisoning

  • Deteriorating lead-based paint
  • Lead contaminated dust
  • Lead contaminated residential soil
  • Lead water pipes

 

Lead-based paints are medically often referred to as paints or even other surface coatings that could contain lead in excess of 1.0 milligrams per square centimeter or even 0.5 percent by the measure of weight, the recommendation having been from 50 percent before 1965, to 1 percent in 1965 to 0.25 in 1992 and later to 0.1 in 1997. Lead based paint was used prior to 1978.

 

Once we have made people aware of the risks that are involved while working with lead-based paints, we must try to divulge into the importance of having that know how.

 

What are the benefits of Denver Lead-Based Paint Education

Among the most important of Denver Lead-Based Paint Education is that it makes people avoid lead exposure. Adults, especially those undertaking renovations, are always trained and advised on how to take care while doing maintenance and protect their own self, children, the whole family, neighbors and even pets from lead deposits.

We take those who we train through the proposed precautions that renovators are supposed to undertake while doing their duties to enhance safety. These include among others,  lead-based paint inspection,  testing for lead-based paint, proper removal through among other safety procedures, wet scraping, wet sanding, chemical stripping or heat processes, using the right tools and equipment.

Distinctive Property Inspections has competent and dedicated trainers in lead-based paint education, who are always willing to go beyond their limits to ensure customer satisfaction. We thrive on quality, efficiency and uphold honesty and sincerity.Our trained professionals can inspect and test for Lead material and contamination.

For more information go to www.epa.gov/lead

For your Denver Lead-Based Paint Inspection call (303) 431-3699

 

 

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