Our company is a fully licensed, and insured lead removal service provider that supports
retail,residential and industrial property owners with all their needs for
Lead is a dangerous and toxic metal. It can cause serious neurological damage as result of prolonged exposure. It's especially harmful to children under the age of 6. Lead was a common ingredient in paint before 1978, and plumbing before 1986. Find out if there are lead hazards in your home. If you own your home, hire a Rhode Island licensed lead inspector. If you rent your home, ask your property owner if the home was inspected or, if you have a child under 6, you can call your local health department or CLPPP and ask for an inspection.
We employ certified lead renovators who are authorized by the State of Rhode Island and the EPA to safely remove lead-based paint and other materials. After you call us, we’ll start with a thorough review of your residence to determine the extent of the problem, then provided you a detailed, competitive estimate of what it will take to solve that problem – quickly, safely, and completely.
Depending on what one is looking for, a homeowner can choose between substitution, containment, encapsulation, or removal of paint (scraping, hand stripping or dipping).
The best method depends on specific requirements such as the age of the home, the design of the woodwork and whether the homeowner wants to preserve the historic appearance.
Good Deeds Painting and Renovating will direct you in choosing the best approach for you and your home to ensure not only safety but also the best finish.