Lead Paint Inspection Service In the Radnor Township Area of Delaware County

/Lead Paint Inspection Service In the Radnor Township Area of Delaware County
Lead Paint Inspection Service In the Radnor Township Area of Delaware County 2019-07-22T17:18:20+00:00

Radnor Township sits along the Main Line, one of many upper-middle class and upper-class communities and suburbs of Philadelphia. It is home to many nationally-known companies, including Lincoln Financial Group, J.G. Wentworth, and TV Guide magazine. It is also known for its educational institutions, including Villanova University, Eastern University, Cabrini University, and Valley Forge Military Academy and College.

As one of the oldest settlements in Pennsylvania, Radnor Township is home to a wide variety of historic buildings, including many homes and apartments. While these bring plenty of beautiful architecture to the community, they also bring a potentially hidden danger: lead-based paint.

Why You Need to Test for Lead Paint

According to the CDC, no amount of lead paint exposure is safe for humans, but it is especially dangerous for children under the age of six, as well as pregnant women and their unborn babies. Lead paint exposure has been linked to neurological problems, learning and developmental disabilities, and other issues.

Increasing awareness about the dangers of lead exposure led the Philadelphia City Council to pass new regulations in 2011, requiring all landlords who rent homes or apartments to families with children under six years old to have lead paint inspections done on their home. Landlords and property managers who do not have this testing done are subject to hefty fines and expensive remediation if lead paint is discovered in their properties.

Call Bay Hill Environmental for All Your Lead Paint Testing Needs In Radnor Township

In order to rent any property built prior to 1978, it must be certified lead-free or lead-safe.

The former means that there is no presence of lead paint in the unit at all, while the latter means that lead paint does exist, but it has not broken down into harmful lead dust. A lead-safe certification must be re-tested and renewed every two years, or before a new tenant moves in if the previous tenant lived there longer than two years.

Save money and time, and protect your future tenants’ health and safety by contacting Bay Hill Environmental. Our certified technicians serve Radnor Township, Delaware County, and the rest of Southeastern Pennsylvania.  We are well-versed in the rules and regulations around lead paint testing, and have the tools to get the job done right and ensure that your rental property – or your own home – is completely safe to live in.

Bay Hill Environmental is affordable and efficient. We offer free quotes, so give us a call at 215-284-0086 or contact us today to learn more and schedule your appointment.

Bay Hill Environmental, LLC performs on-site, certified lead paint testing for all types of residential and public buildings.We are fully certified by the New Jersey Department of Health & Senior Services and The Philadelphia Dept. of Labor & Industry.

Bay Hill Environmental, LLC is a NJDCA Lead Evaluation Contractor (Cert#00432E) and a PA State Licensed Lead Paint Risk Assessor (Cert#003619).