Lead Paint Removal
Annapolis Painting Services professionals stand ready and prepared to deal with all your lead
removal needs. Whether your a Tenant, Rental Owner, home owner or property manager,
we are here to help.

Maryland’s Reduction of Lead Risk in Housing law requires owners of rental properties
built before 1950 to register their units with Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE),
distribute specific educational materials, and meet specific lead paint risk reduction
standards at certain triggering events.

Lead is one of the most significant and widespread environmental hazards for children in
Maryland. Children are at greatest risk from birth to age six while their neurological systems
are developing. Sustained exposure to lead can cause long lasting neurological damage
or death. Effects of sustained exposure include learning disabilities, shortened attention
span, irritability, and lowered IQ.

The major source of exposure for children is lead paint dust from deteriorated lead paint or
from home renovation. Most childhood exposure occurs through children's normal hand-to-
mouth activity after contact with a source of leaded dust. The most effective prevention of
childhood lead poisoning is to reduce or eliminate exposure.

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Get your young children tested for lead, even if they seem healthy.

Wash children’s hands, bottles, pacifiers, and toys often.

Make sure children eat healthy, low-fat foods.

Get your home checked for lead hazards.

Regularly clean floors, window sills, and other surfaces.

Wipe soil off shoes before entering house.

Talk to your landlord about fixing surfaces with peeling or chipping paint.

Take precautions to avoid exposure to lead dust when remodeling or renovating
(call 1-800-424-LEAD for guidelines).

Don’t use a belt-sander, propane torch, high temperature heat gun, scraper, or
sandpaper on painted surfaces that may contain lead.

Don’t try to remove lead-based paint yourself.
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