As a homeowner, it's important to ensure that your family is living in a safe and healthy environment. This is especially true when it comes to the presence of lead paint in your home. Lead paint can be found in homes built prior to 1978 and can cause serious health issues, particularly among young children and pregnant women. That's why it's crucial to hire a licensed home inspector with a degree in structural engineering to conduct lead paint inspections in New Jersey.
At Enginspect, we take lead paint inspections seriously. Our inspector is trained to identify the presence of lead-based paint and provide a comprehensive report of our findings. We understand that your family's health is a top priority, which is why we use state-of-the-art equipment and follow strict industry guidelines to deliver accurate and timely results. Don't wait until it's too late; protect your loved ones today with a lead paint inspection by Enginspect in New Jersey.
Lead can be found in many places and can enter the body through inhalation or ingestion. Common sources of lead exposure include lead-based paint in old buildings, contaminated soil, drinking water from lead pipes or fixtures, cosmetics, pottery, and even some types of candy. Children are particularly vulnerable to lead exposure due to their developing brains and bodies. A comprehensive lead inspection can help you identify the source.
Lead paint inspections require the expertise of a licensed home inspector with a degree in structural engineering. They use advanced technology to detect lead paint. Through a paint chip analysis, home inspectors can determine the concentration of lead in paint. An inspection can also include a risk assessment to determine whether lead-based paint poses a hazard to the occupants or if it can be safely managed. Getting a lead paint inspection is essential for ensuring the health and safety of your family, tenants, or employees.