Where Will the Samples Be Taken From?
Our lead pipe testing services are excellent for determining whether or not your Denver facility or home is contaminated with hazardous lead paint. Our Denver staff decides the best area to take samples to test for lead paint. Often the most common areas we test are floors, walls, and windowsills. With our lead paint inspections, it’s essential to know the best way to extract a sample and how not to contaminate it as you’re retrieving it. Lead wipe testing is one of the most effective ways to determine if your Denver property is suffering from possible lead poisoning.
Dangerous to All
Often, you may not know the dangers of lead dust and how it affects not only yourself but your pets as well. We recommend all animals be away from the inspection site before our Denver staff gets ready to clean prior to our lead paint contamination testing. It’s possible that your animals’ fur can contain lead dust contaminating the lead paint testing site. This can cause for our Denver technicians to obtain inaccurate results when carrying our lead paint contamination testing. That’s why it’s best to opt for our lead dust sampling and testing services; we take care of everything prior, during, and after the inspection process.
Choose Us for All Your Lead Paint Testing
Older Denver building structures are often recommended to have our lead dust sampling and testing services carried out. Often, surface contamination can lead to individuals ingesting toxic substances from contaminated lead surfaces. With Rex Environmental, we’re sure to follow the necessary protocol from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development lead-based paint guidelines to ensure accurate results. Using the latest tools and optimal techniques, our Denver team tests for lead paint contamination, water, and surrounding soil to determine if your family or employees are at risk of lead contamination.