Tag Archives : lead renovation certification

NAHBR – National Association of Homebuilders and Remodelors

Why should you care if your home remodelor is a member of NAHBR?  Well, first off, what is it? Founded in 1982, NAHB Remodelers of the National Association of Home Builders represents and serves read more...

Should you be concerned about lead in paint?

If your home was built prior to 1978 and you are going to disturb the paint - i.e., sanding, sawing, then yes. For two reasons: 1) health concerns; and 2) The EPA's Renovation, Repair and Paint read more...

The EPA’s Lead Renovation Law for pre-1978 Structures

  I found an excellent website with all the information anyone could want on the topic of renovation and how the EPA's law affects your renovation project in that 1978 or older structure.  read more...

EPA Lead Safe Certification

We recieved our EPA logo with our companies certification number embedded in it today. Just thought we would show it to you! EPA Lead Safe Certified FirmFor information on current rules regarding read more...

EPA Certification for Older Homes Lead Renovation Rules

  Well the EPA has changed the rule already; owners of older homes cannot opt-out anymore!  You can read my blog on lead renovation rules by the EPA that went into effect on April 22, yes, just read more...

Is Your Remodeling Company EPA Certified for Lead Renovation?

This Thursday, April 22, home remodeling companies working in pre-1978 homes are required by the EPA to be certified in lead-safe work practices.  Many homes built prior to 1978 were painted with read more...

Lead Renovation Certification

Rose Construction now has a Certified Renovator for safe renovation techniques when working in homes with lead paint.  Our Project Manager, DyLon McClary, CGR, received his Lead Safety Certification read more...