Initial Inspections
Ensuring Your Home’s Safety
When you’re purchasing a new home or building, there are many important factors to consider. You will want to get all the proper inspections to ensure that the property you plan to purchase is safe and free of dangerous or poisonous substances. At M & M Lead Inspectional Services, Inc., we offer residents and business owners in Massachusetts reliable lead inspections.

There are many parts of your home we will inspect for lead paint, including:
  • Windows and window frames
  • Railings and stairs
  • Door frames and doors
  • Interior walls
  • Baseboards
  • Cabinets
  • Porches
  • Garages
  • Fences
  • Siding
  • Window sills
We would be happy to answer all of your questions regarding this necessary inspection. Our services are very affordable, and we’ll even provide you with a free quote to give you a better idea of what to expect. To obtain more information or schedule an appointment, contact us now at (978) 809-1064.

Letters Of Compliance
Lead Paint Safety in Massachusetts
If you are property owner putting your home on the market, it is vital to update your Letter of Compliance to ensure that your property is free of any lead hazards. Having this documentation shows potential buyers that your home is safe to purchase. Our team at M & M Lead Inspectional Services, Inc., can offer these services to you! This may be requested of you from a lawyer representing the buyer in the transaction, but it would be best to have the documentation already written. If you are buying a home, seeing this document will be equally as important.

A Letter of Compliance may include many pieces of vital information including:
  • Compliance with building regulations
  • Status of any permits on file
  • Any property standard violations
  • Unsafe property conditions
If a lead inspection detected lead paint in your home, you may have trouble selling your home without a Letter of Compliance. We may be able to help you with the proper documentation. Please contact our team at M & M Lead Inspectional Services, Inc. today by calling at (978) 809-1064.

Letters of Interim Control
Lead Disclosure Laws in Massachusetts
When you’re selling a home or looking to purchase a new house, there are many pieces of important documentation to have on hand. It’s vital to buyers to know that your property is clear and safe of dangerous substances such as lead paint. It is not uncommon that older homes to contain lead paint, especially those constructed before 1978. The law requires that a buyer is given the opportunity to have access to this information, therefore most buyers are likely to request it. Our team at M & M Lead Inspectional Services, Inc., can provide the services you need for Letters of Interim Control.

Letters of Interim control must be:
  • Accurate
  • Recent
  • Informative
  • Certified
The team here at M & M Lead Inspectional Services, Inc. hopes that we can be of service to you during any necessary lead inspections of your home. If you would like an estimate on this service or our other services, please let us know when you call. Feel free to contact us anytime at (978) 809-1064 to request more information.

Same Day Reports Issued After Inspections
Lead Inspection Compliance
The importance of lead inspections for older homes, built before 1978, is to ensure that they are safe according to today’s standards. The presence of lead paint is very dangerous and can lead to possible lead poisoning. If you have children in your family, they are especially susceptible. At M & M Lead Inspectional Services, Inc., we provide thorough lead inspection services and offer same day results. We will be happy to issue a report on our findings right after the inspection.

Urgent lead hazards that may be included in your report may include:
  • Windows with shedding lead paint
  • Dust that contains high lead levels
  • Peeling, loose, or chipped paint
  • Structural defects causing paint to peel
Our company is dedicated to helping you rest easier knowing that your home is free of lead paint or provide insight regarding what is needed to get rid of it. Please contact us at (978) 809-1064 to request more information. about our inspections.

After Lead Removal Re-Inspections
Re-Inspections After Lead Removal
If your home has been inspected and the presence of lead is found, the inspector should explain the findings. Once the initial lead inspection is completed, your inspector will give you a full report of any and all hazards that have been found. After this initial examination, it is recommended that you have it removed as soon as possible. Once removed, our team can perform another inspection. At M & M Lead Inspectional Services, Inc., we can re-inspect your property to ensure it is safe.

It is vital to have a re-inspection after lead removal, especially if any of the following was found in your home:
  • Peeling paint
  • Chipped paint
  • Leaky plumbing
  • Roof defects
  • Lead paint dust
To schedule a re-inspection after lead removal for your property, please call today at (978) 809-1064.
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