**NEW** NY State Mold Law - Effective January 1, 2016
(read more about it below)
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aware of Lead Based Paint-Local Ordinance in Rochester.........
In Rochester, NY properties requiring C of O's ,built before 1978, are now subject to a visual deteriorated paint inspection and/or lead dust wipe
test to determine presence of lead based paint hazards. This is in response to the new Lead Based Paint Ordinance enacted
by the City of Rochester in July, 2006. Read the complete text of the ordinance
Have you received a "violation" notice
City of Rochester Neighborhood
regarding deteriorated paint? Or requiring a
3rd party lead clearance exam? Or lead
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Our Fee for 3rd Party/dust wipe clearance exams is:
Service fee ....................................................... $85
per sample @ $10 each (test requires 8 samples)....
Shipping & handling to lab.................................... $10
Total test ... $ 175
Our service includes:
arrival on job sight within 24 hrs
of call (weekdays only)
48 hr lab time analysis
complete report sent to you typically
in (5) business days.... or less
Upon request, at no charge, deliver completed report to the City office, and mail/email client copy.
Should you fail any dust wipes, we reduce our rate for retesting to $40 plus, $10 per
sample (applies only to 4 samples or less).
Optional: next day lab results at additional fee
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State-of-the-Art, NON-DESTRUCTIVE lead paint testing
a HUD approved XRF gun.
Just hold it against a surface,
pull the trigger, and in seconds a digital reading tells if it's lead paint or not!
Perfect for pre-renovation examinations.
starting at just $150
Know where the lead paint is,before you remodel!
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Homeowners, do you know ...
about the new EPA Rule?
Protect yourself, your families.....
EPA Lead Paint RULE
Remodeling, and Painting Rule"
The EPA’s Renovation, Repair & Painting regulation requires any persons distubing potential
lead based paint in target housing (pre-78) to become RRP Certified Renovators, by taking a new one-day
course about using "Lead Safe Work Practices" on the job.Contractors/Property
Mgrs/ Landlords who violate the RRP regulations may face fines in excess of $32K per violation per
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**NEW** NYS MOLD LAW
Regulations Effective January 1, 2016
All professionals involved in mold remediation and mold assessment must
be licensed by NYs Department of Labor
assessment plans are required PRIOR to mold rediation taking place. After the mold assessment has been done,
you may choose any licensed mold remediator to perform the work, according
the mold assessor plan.
** UPDATE FROM NY STATE **
Mold Remediation Work Standards
*Can a licensed mold remediator perform work on a project
for a client without an assessment from a licensed mold assessor?
No. Labor Law Article 32 Section 946 (1) provides that a licensed mold remediator cannot perform work on a
project without an assessment performed by a licensed assessor.
Before beginning site preparation work, the
law requires that a licensed remediator: Obtain a copy of the licensed mold assesssor's mold remediation plan from the client; prepare a mold remediation work plan ("work plan") that fulfills
all of the requirments of the licensed assessor's mold remdiation plan; and provide a copy of the newly prepared "work plan" to the client.
*Can a licensed mold remediator
also perform the assessment on the same project?
No. Labor Law Section
936 (2), states that no licensee shall perform both mold assessment and mold remediation on the same project. If the
licensed mold remediator on a project engages in assessment conduct that would otherwise be performed by a licensed mold assessor
on that project, the licensed mold remediator has violated Section 936 of the Labor Law. This inlcudes the practice
of providing the client with "fill-in-the-blank" assessment form. *Can a licenensed mold remediator
perform work on a project without an assessment if the owner of the home or property provides a waiver? No. The Labor Law does not allow a licensed mold remediator to perform
work on a project without an assessment from a licensed mold assessor. In addition, Labor Law Section 936 prohibits
a licensee from performing both the mold assessment and the mold remediation on the same project.
If you are remodeling a structure built prior to 1978, you may want to consider a 3rd Party
lead dust wipe clearance examination after the work
is completed. Or better
yet, have the paint XRF tested professionally prior to beginning work. This is an EPA lead testing procedure which can help
verify the interior was cleaned up properly, and there is no trace of residual lead based paint dust. This is particularly
important if there are children in the home are 6 yrs old or younger, or if a child has an elevated blood lead level,
or if anyone is pregnant. Lead is a neurotoxin to young children, and is proven to cause permanent brain
sure to discuss lead based paint testing /concerns with your contractor PRIOR to signing the contract, and possibly withholding some of the final payment until the home has achieved a 3rd party lead clearance
a dust wipe lead test by us, an EPA Certified firm.
Parents & Grandparents
children or grandchildren come to your home, are you sure is it lead safe?
Lead dust from 40-50-60 years of remodeling can remain in the home, and is virtually invisible to the naked eye.
Have you looked for deteriorated paint? Or possibly, if there is lead dust residue
in the house from previous work performed over the many years?
A simple lead test / dust wipe testing, xrf testing or risk assessment can help you find out. The samples are sent to a laboratory
walls, posts, attics, windows, radiators, closets, old play sets in the yard, garages, old clothes poles, or an old fence
can all be sources of lead paint poisoning.
Interstate Property Inspections Inc can provide you with a
Home Evaluation, including dust wipe analysis, for as little as $200
Have a dispute with a contractor ??
Call the Better Contractors
Bureau (BCB) @ 585-338-3600