LEAD PAINT TESTING & LEAD PAINT REMOVAL
Lead paint testing and removal require experienced pros. Striving to be the best in Kansas City, Titan follows all state and federal regulations. We provide expert lead paint testing and lead paint removal services. No matter where you’re located, Titan is here to help! We offer services in both Kansas and Missouri and throughout the Midwest.
Lead Paint Testing and Inspection Services
Our team of experienced pros can assist you with any size project. We provide true turn-key solutions to fit your needs. Our assessment services include, but are not limited to the following:
Lead Paint Removal and Abatement
Titan’s mission is to ensure the health and safety of every client. We go above and beyond to protect their environment. In its 20th year, Titan follows all state and federal regulations. Best in Kansas City, we service both residential and commercial properties. Lead paint removal, abatement and repair services include:
Titan cares about the health and safety of your family and employees. Our team of local Kansas City experts are here to help you. Call us today to schedule an appointment or request service. To be safe, trust Titan to address the lead paint in your home or property. 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.
EPA Lead Paint Safety Training
Titan is an EPA RRP licensed training provider. We offer monthly lead paint safety training courses at our offices. This one day course certifies your work force for 5 years. All contractors must have paint testing before starting work. If testing is not done, contractors must assume all paint is lead-based. Get the Lead out and call Titan today to reserve a spot in our next class.
What is Lead And Lead-Based Paint?
Lead is a metal found in the Earth’s crust. It’s an element found in dust, water, and soil and is highly toxic. Lead was added into paint to improve its color and strength. It prevented mold and kept metal from rusting. It is referred to as “lead-based paint” or “lead paint”. Today, producing, selling or using lead paint is prohibited. Exposure to lead dust can cause lead poisoning in children and workers. Any residential property built before1978, could have lead-based paint. Exposure to lead and lead dust is a serious issue.
What Are The Risks of Lead-Based Paint?
Lead-based paint is most hazardous when it’s damaged and produces dust. When paint starts peeling, chipping and cracking, it creates poisonous dust. Lead particles are extremely sticky and are ingested or inhaled. Children experience decreased intelligence and serious illness. This toxic metal can affect adults in the workplace: