Lead Paint Removal (RRP)
Lead is a hazardous material often found in paint used in older homes that can cause severe health problems, developmental issues for young children, and birth defects. Some homes built before 1978 may still have lead paint. Under Federal Law, sellers and owners of rental properties must disclose any known lead hazards. The EPA in June, 2018, proposed lowering the dust-lead hazard standards from 40 µg/ft2 and 250 µg/ft2 to 10 µg/ft2 and 100 µg/ft2 on floors and window sills to minimize childhood lead exposure. Read the EPA Press Release.
Old Village is certified for Lead Paint Removal
- Richard - Main Line(...see more testimonials)
Many older homes have lead paint with beautiful detail work underneath that is very important to keep. Old Village Master Painters, in addition to our professional certifications, has a deep appreciation for the craftsmanship that went into creating these architectural details and has extensive experience in preserving the beauty in your home while carefully removing the hazardous paint.
And once the lead (or non-leaded) paint is removed Old Village offers the highest quality interior and exterior painting, and creative specialty finishes to make your house into the home of your dreams.
"...Bernard, Jeff and Matt worked arduously to scrape off the old paint and provide a pristine canvas for the paint. Their efforts were extraordinary and elicited much praise from neighbors, dog walkers passinging by, and visiting family members..."
- Marian and Bill Benzing - Chestnut Hill (see more testimonials)
EPA Certified for Lead Paint Removal
Our new Envello-Strip™ allows us to remove pieces such as windows, doors, shutters, etc and take them away from your home and remove the lead paint in our facility - minimizing the muss and fuss in your home.
Envello-Strip™ is a new, proprietary and environmentally friendly process developed by Old Village that removes paints and finishes - including lead paint.
After removing the lead paint we make necessary repairs, replace glass, etc., before re-installing everything back at your home.