Lead can be found in every part of the environment including the air, soil, water and even inside of homes. Although it does have some valuable uses, lead can be toxic to humans and animals, causing severe health effects if left undetected.
Maryland law requires all multi-family and single family homes built before 1978 to be tested for lead paint. In addition, federal law requires the disclosure of lead-based paint in all sold or leased properties.
Accredited Alban inspectors can provide lead risk assessments, lead-free certification, visual compliance inspections, lead dust pre-occupancy testing and clearing house information.
If you would like to learn more about the risks of lead paint or the status of your home, contact us today.