Archive | Lead Paint Testing RSS feed for this section

Pest Inspection

4 Property Inspection Issues Home Buyers Shouldn’t Ignore

Whether you are buying or selling your San Jose property, you don’t want to blindly enter the process. At Wall 2 Wall Property Inspections, we provide the information you need to proceed with confidence. In addition to performing residential and commercial property inspections, our team is also certified to perform specialized evaluations of 4 issues […]

Read full story Comments are closed

Four Ways We Look for Lead Paint

When you purchase a home, you want to make sure it’s safe for you and your family. If your Santa Clara County home was built before 1978 or you suspect lead paint was used, a lead inspection becomes increasingly important to protect your family from lead poisoning. At Wall 2 Wall Property Inspections, we do […]

Read full story Comments are closed

3 Reasons to Get Lead Paint Testing

If you’ve bought a house or you’re in the process of buying a house in San Jose, CA, you know that one of the many documents you have to read and sign is the lead-based paint disclosure. Hopefully, your realtor explained this document and what it means about the house you’re purchasing. However, if things […]

Read full story Comments are closed

The 4-1-1 on Lead Paint Testing

Many homebuyers looking in the San Jose, CA area are looking for homes built before the 1980s—and for good reason. Old homes are often filled with character and sturdy construction often unmatched by today’s standards. However, homebuyers also need to be aware that many homes built before 1978 often contain lead-based paint, which is why […]

Read full story Comments are closed

The Hazards of Lead-Based Paint

If you’ve recently sold or purchased a home in California, you know that a form or two (or seven) mention the hazards of lead-based paint. Perhaps you even purchased a lead paint testing service prior to purchasing or listing the property. But have you ever wondered just why the presence of lead paint is concerning? […]

Read full story Comments are closed