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LEAD PAINT REMOVAL WITH CHEMICAL PAINT STRIPPERS

One of the safest and most effective ways to remove lead paint is to use a chemical paint stripper. The EPA certification programs do not provide any training on the use of chemical paint strippers, but both EPA and OSHA list chemical stripping as an acceptable... Read On

 

HOW TO KNOW IF IT'S LEAD PAINT

Even if a home does contain lead-based paint, if the condition of the paint is in fairly good shape, meaning there's no obvious peeling or chipping, the paint isn't considered a top priority health hazard overall. But, if you intend to do some remodeling in your older home, it's very important to know if the paint has any lead in it so you can take the appropriate precautions to ensure your safety... Read On


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Featured Lead-Safe Contractors

Lead-Safe List features EPA and State Lead-Safe Certified Firms in an easy to use directory format.


EPA runs the lead RRP program in most states, tribes and territories. However, currently thirteen states are authorized by EPA to administer their own RRP programs. These include Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin.


To get started, simply click on the state you wish to locate a contractor in.