Dangers of DIY Lead Paint Testing
When you want to ensure the safety of your family and friends, it is important to make certain that your home and business are free from hazardous substances. This includes the presence of lead paint, which was widely used in homes built before 1978. Lead is a toxic metal that can cause severe health issues, especially in children. Identifying the possible presence of lead paint is crucial, yet attempting to test it yourself can be fraught with dangers. Let’s explore the risks associated with DIY lead paint testing and highlight why it's best to leave this task to the professionals at St. John Environmental Consulting.
Without professional lead paint testing and inspection, you might end up with:
Avoid the temptation to save money and test for lead paint yourself.
The risks of DIY lead paint testing can far outweigh any potential benefits. The accuracy of results, safety hazards, lack of expertise, and legal implications highlight the importance of entrusting this task to the qualified professionals at St. John Environmental Consulting. When you are ready to test your home, rental properties, or business for the presence of lead paint, contact St. John Environmental Consulting for professional and cost-effective inspection and testing services. We provide results in easy-to-understand terms, and we don’t provide lead paint removal services so you know our results are impartial and unbiased.