Another discontinued trend from fifty years ago was painting Lakewood properties using a lead-based lacquer. Research came out in the late 90s showing that the tiny particles from lead paint are harmful to human health when they enter the respiratory system, and thus the Consumer Product Safety Commission placed a ban on their use in or on residential structures. If your Lakewood home was built before 1978, it likely contains lead paint somewhere and will require removal of the lead paint if it's deemed to be a health hazard. To find out if your property is at risk, call Lakewood’s go-to remediation company, Cherry Inc., we will come to your home and conduct the necessary assessments.
The presence of lead paint in your Lakewood home does not guarantee that there is a hazard present. The dangers of lead paint are only an issue once the paint is deteriorating on a worn surface and lead dust is released into the air. The occupants of a Lakewood building breathe the dust in, and after time, the buildup of lead can cause lead poisoning. Lead is also particularly dangerous for children and pregnant women in, so extra precautions should be taken to keep them safe. Given the severity of these risks, it is highly recommended to test your Lakewood property for lead’s presence to give yourself peace of mind knowing. If testing reveals that the lead paint in your Lakewood home is becoming an issue, its time for a lead paint removal! When it comes to that point for your building, turn to Cherry Inc.
Discovering parts of your Lakewood home are coated with a toxic material is upsetting not only for our bodies but also our bank accounts. A lead paint removal job can be costly; removing lead paint from an expansive home or corporate structure in Lakewood can cost tens of thousands of dollars. However, there are various approaches Cherry Inc. takes to tackle a lead paint removal project. After scoping the scene at a Lakewood property, our expert technicians can determine a solution for which lead paint removal option is best based on the level of deterioration.