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Lead Inspection in Boston, MA

A significant number of homes built prior to 1978 have painted surfaces that contain lead. Lead is a serious health risk for children younger than age six. ASAP Environmental, Inc. assists residents of New England with detecting lead in homes and removing it to keep families safe and to maintain property investments. Lead inspections performed by ASAP Environmental include a formal written report about the scope of the lead present in the home, as well as an outline of steps necessary to remove it. The assistance we provide is always courteous and professional.

Inspections

ASAP Environmental, Inc. offers comprehensive, full-service lead inspections that include a certified risk assessment and removal options with abatement consultation. Clients can also receive a re-inspection to ensure complete compliance with current lead laws. Free information is also available for lead removal financing.  


Lead Hazards

Lead hazards exist in many common areas in homes. Windows and doors and their frames are one of the most typical areas where lead exists. Cabinetry in kitchens and bathrooms, stairway treads and risers, and interior walls are additional risk areas. Interior casings and parting beads are also areas to inspect. Outside a home, an inspection should include porches, fences, siding, window sills and casings, door casings, garage siding, and garage trim

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Inspections

ASAP Environmental Inc. offers full-service lead inspections, including:

  • Certified risk assessment
  • Post Compliance Assessment Determinations
  • Lead Determinations
  • RRP inspections
  • Re-inspection for full compliance with lead laws
  • Abatement consulting for lead removal options
  • FREE information on deleading financing

Lead Hazard Areas:

  • Windows and window frames
  • Doors and door frames
  • Kitchen and bath cabinets
  • Stairs, railings, banisters, treads and riser
  • Interior walls
  • Stair treads and risers
  • Baseboards
  • Interior casings
  • Parting beads
  • Porches and fences
  • Exterior siding
  • Exterior window sills, casings, door casings and cellar window frames
  • Garage siding and trim

 

What We Do

Products/Services Relating to Mold Testing & Removal
Products/Services Relating to Building Inspection & Commissioning
Products/Services Relating to Lead Paint Testing, Removal & Abatement
Products/Services Relating to Air Pollution Control
Products/Services Relating to Air Monitoring & Testing
Products/Services Relating to Safety Consultants--Training/Inspections
Products/Services Relating to Site Assessments

Project Experience

Labor:
Non-Union
Service Sector:
Public Private
Project Types:
Service Work/Repairs

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Associations & Memberships

Member of ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors)
Member of BBB (Better Business Bureau) BBB (Better Business Bureau)
Member of Builders Assn. of Greater Boston Builders Assn. of Greater Boston
Member of CMI (Certified Mold Inspector) CMI (Certified Mold Inspector)
Member of IAQA (Indoor Air Quality Assn.) IAQA (Indoor Air Quality Assn.)
Member of LEHA (Lead & Environmental Hazards Assn.) LEHA (Lead & Environmental Hazards Assn.)
Member of NARI (National Assn. of the Remodeling Industry) NARI (National Assn. of the Remodeling Industry)
Member of NEAHMA (New England Affordable Housing Management Assn.) NEAHMA (New England Affordable Housing Management Assn.)
Member of RHA (Rental Housing Assn.) RHA (Rental Housing Assn.)
Member of State Certified Lead Inspector State Certified Lead Inspector
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