Lead Paint Testing In Kansas City
Lead paint testing and lead paint removal require experienced professionals and must be performed in strict compliance with applicable state and federal regulations. Titan is one of the most trusted names in the industry, providing clients with expert lead paint testing and lead paint removal services in Kansas City. We also service customers nationwide, so no matter where you’re located, Titan is here to help!
Lead Paint Testing, Management and Training Services
Our team of experienced professionals can assist you with any size project and provide true turn-key solutions to fit your needs.
- Testing, inspections, and risk assessments for residential, commercial, and industrial properties
- Project design, oversight, and compliance management
- Post project lead-dust wipe clearance sampling
- OSHA compliant employee exposure air sampling
- Operations and maintenance (O&M) programs
- EPA RRP lead paint safety training courses
Lead Paint Removal and Restoration Services
Every project is performed in strict compliance with applicable state and federal regulations. Titan’s mission is to ensure the health and safety of every client while preserving their environment.
- Lead paint removal for residential, commercial, and industrial properties
- Lead paint stabilization and new paint encapsulation/finish
- Lead abatement, lead-safe demo, and lead-contaminated soil removal
- Complete material build-back, restoration, and renovation
What is Lead And Lead-Based Paint?
Lead is a metal found in the Earth’s crust. Although sometimes found in dust, water, and soil, this natural element is highly toxic. Unfortunately, lead was once a common additive in paint due to its ability to increase moisture resistance, durability, and dry time. This type of paint is now commonly referred to as “lead-based paint” or “lead paint”.
Today, manufacturing lead-based paint for residential use is prohibited due to the significant health hazards exposure to this material poses to individuals. However, this ban only went into effect in 1978, meaning if your household was built prior to that year, there is a high probability the paint is lead-based.
What Are The Risks of Lead-Based Paint?
Lead-based paint is most hazardous when it begins to deteriorate. At this point, the paint may peel, chip, crack, or even turn to dust. This is alarming because lead particles are easily ingested or inhaled and can also easily be absorbed into the body by way of contact with skin and may then lead to often serious and sometimes fatal health conditions, including lead poisoning. Just some of the major health risks this toxic material can lead to include:
- High blood pressure
- Joint and muscle pain
- Developmental issues
- Weight loss
- Issues with focusing and memory loss
- Fertility issues
- Mood disorders
As you can see, exposure to lead is a serious issue that must be handled properly in order to ensure the health and safety of your household or business. Luckily, Titan’s Environmental professionals are here to help you. Call us today to schedule an appointment with one of our experts to effectively address the lead paint in your home or property.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lead Paint:
- Is lead paint still used?
- How dangerous is Lead Paint?
- Do I need Lead Paint testing before I remodel my home?
- How much does Lead Paint testing cost?
- What year was Lead Paint banned?
- How much does lead paint removal cost?
- Can I remove lead paint myself?
Call Titan Kansas City today at 913-432-5500 to get answers to all these questions or schedule testing or an appointment for a free estimate.
Let Titan’s team of restoration professionals return your indoor space to a healthy and happy place!