PROTECTING KIDS - HELPING LANDLORDS
If the Lead Assessor finds peeling paint during the initial exterior review this is an automatic failure. Be very careful about paint dust and chips.
Make sure you have no peeling paint on the garage. Be very careful about paint dust and chips
Check for and remove any paint chips on the ground around the property. This is an easy flag for inspectors and a potential large cost to the property owner.
Cover bare lawn spots with mulch. Any bare lawn spots, especially those near playground equipment require soil sampling. If there are no bare spots, no soil sampling is required, saving the property owner money.
For use on floor and windows. Easily available products like Formula 409 are wiped down with a paper towel. Discard paper towel between locations to avoid cross contamination.
Only use paper towels - and toss towels between cleaning spaces to eliminate cross contamination. Do not use cloth.
We cannot test if we cannot find the floor. If we have to come back there is an extra fee.
Make sure to give a good cleaning to all floors and carpets. This is where lead dust likes to accumulate.
Wipe down all surfaces with a good cleaner. Pay special attention to the jamb, stop, threshold and rails. Make sure no paint ships or dust is present.
Wipe down all windows. Pay special attention to the sill, jamb, rails and trough. Again clean for paint chips and dust.
Wipe down windows, doors, floors. Sweep for dust and make it clean.