EPA Lead Certified Painting Services

in Green Bay & De Pere Service Areas

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EPA RRP Certified Painters
in Green Bay & De Pere Service Areas

If your home was built before 1978 it is vital to ensure that the contractor you are working with is EPA RRP Certified. CertaPro Painters® of NE Wisconsin is trained and certified to help with updating older homes with lead paint used on them. With our team, your lead-based paint project will be handled in a safe manner that complies with regulation from the EPA.

The greater Green Bay area is home to many historic homes built before 1978, we have worked on many older homes with lead paint for both interior and exterior projects in the area. Pictured on this page are some photos of our crew geared up and working on one of these homes. Prep work for homes with lead paint requires specialized training and equipment as well as certifications. We are a lead safe certified contractor and can help with homes in our service area which includes Green Bay, De Pere, Door County, Howard, Suamico, Hobart, Sturgeon Bay, Marinette, Two Rivers, and Oneida Wisconsin.

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About Lead Safe Painting Projects

The crew will wear protective gear in the preparation phase of the project that includes a full body suit, foot overs, gloves, and eye and breathing protection.

Heavy mil plastic is placed on the ground and taped against the house to capture all dust and debris that come off in preparation.

The surfaces of the home will be scraped and possibly sanded to remove and flaking or loose paint, then the exterior surfaces will be hand washed and dried.

Once prep is completed the exterior surfaces are repainted. Sometimes a primer step is done prior to painting.

For information about pricing and timing for your project, contact us for a free estimate.

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Was Your Home Built Before 1978?

According to the EPA, most buildings built prior to 1978 will likely contain lead-based paint, a heavy mercury-like substance that is a health hazard to humans. Fortunately, now that the dangers of latent lead-based paint have become public knowledge, the EPA is actively involved in creating stringent regulations that govern the renovation of older homes containing this substance.

While lead-safe work practices require an EPA lead-safe contractor, additional labor, and materials, certified contractors will ensure that lead-based paint debris is removed and handled in a way that is safe to your home and family, as well as themselves. Always ask any contractor for their EPA Lead RRP certification number.

Trust your painting project to your local CertaPro Painters who are EPA RRP Certified.

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