How will BJC Painting Services complete the Lead Paint Removal Process on your Brisbane home?
Why choose BJC Painting Services?
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
You can test the paint on your walls for lead but we recommend leaving this to the professionals. If you do insist on doing it yourself paint testing kits are available at most hardware stores. All you need to do is rub the solution on your wall, and if it turns pink, there is lead.
The process of painting over lead paint is called encapsulation. It is only effective if the finish of the paint is not chipped or peeling, and is generally in good condition. The encapsulated area should also be monitored in case of lead paint chips and dust to prevent exposure.
If paint is in excellent condition, there is little cause for concern as it is usually not harmful. However, if your property was built before 1978, you must check for peeling, chipping or deteriorating paint regularly. These must be addressed promptly without too much sanding.
The best option if you have lead-based paint is to use a professional painting company. BJC Painting Services has many years of experience in Lead Abatement and the best practices involved.
How do we remove lead paint?
A representative from our team of professional painters will visit your home to do a proper assessment of your paintwork to identify areas that may contain lead.
If the paintwork in your property contains lead, our painters will detect it. We discuss several removal options so you can find one that will suit your budget and needs.
We take care to thoroughly remove all the lead paint as per all health and environmental regulations.