When Is Lead Paint Dangerous?
You’ve likely moved into a Denver home that was built prior to 1978. Due to the year your home was built, it’s common for there to be lead-based paint within your Denver property. It’s important to note that lead-based paint isn’t dangerous if it’s in good condition. No chipping means no worries. However, your Denver home is prone to have lead-based paint, which is where our team comes in. With Rex Environmental in Denver, we give you the lead paint testing you need to ensure your safety.
Why Is Lead Poisoning Dangerous?
Lead poisoning can have many negative effects on your body, as well as hurt the learning development of children exposed to lead. Children are said to suffer the most, experiencing symptoms such as learning difficulties and developmental delays. Some side effects in both children and adults are irritability, weight loss, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, vomiting, and fatigue. Don’t risk hurting yourself or the ones you love. Let our lead paint testing in Denver give you the clarity you need and provide you with the next steps on how to protect your family. It’s shown that lead contamination can harm all body functions, so don’t wait; act fast!
What Do We Do?
Our Denver team is here to test for lead paint and the problems it may cause your property. We know the anxiety you must feel when you’re unsure exactly what you’re dealing with. That’s why with our lead-based paint testing in Denver, we can pinpoint exactly where the issue is and provide you with the next steps to keep your property free of lead. Due to the dangers of lead, your Denver team must know what to look for and how to test lead-based paint to ensure there aren’t any threats. With us, that’s something you never have to worry about.