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Renovate Right Brochure

We are Lead Paint Renovation Professionals.

Was your home built before 1978?  If so, there is a good chance that you have lead paint.

Starting Jan 01, 2010 North Carolina builders and remodelers may not perform, offer, or claim to perform renovations where there is lead paint without certification from the North Carolina Lead-Based Paint Hazard Management Program (LHMP) administered by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.


Protect Your Family Brochure

Why is this important? 
Lead from paint, chips and dust pose serious health hazards in adults and children.  Lead may cause a range of health issues, from behavioral problems and learning disabilities, to seizures and death. Children six years old and under are most at risk.


Every Booe Remodeling team member has been trained and certified.

Checking Your Home for Lead Based Paint.  Before work starts we explain to the homeowner what is involved and provide you with the Renovate Right Brochure.  Outlined in the brochure are options you have as a homeowner for testing for lead paint.

You can assume you have lead paint.  Many homes built before 1978 have lead paint.
We can use a EPA approved lead test kit to test your home.
You can hire a certified lead inspector to test for lead hazards.

Work Practices.  We post warning signs outside the work area and manage containment in several ways to prevent spreading dust.   We use the proper tools during renovation and follow waste disposal procedures.

Verification and Record Keeping. After clean up is complete we verify the work by matching a cleaning cloth with an EPA verification card. A complete project file is kept for three years. These records include, but aren't limited to: verification of owner/occupant receipt of the Renovate Right brochure, documentation of work practices, Certified Renovator certification, and proof of worker training.

For more detailed information on this certification, please visit the Lead Based Certification Program page of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.

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