1 Obtain a lead inspection report from a Massachusetts certified lead inspector. Northeast Remediation can provide a list of inspectors in your general vicinity by clicking here. (send to contact us form) All inspectors are required to provide a fair and unbiased inspection of your premises.
2 Meet with a qualified remediation professional to understand the various options available and the benefits and drawbacks of each option. From there, a detailed scope of work and quote will be created.
3 Select a qualified deleader based on not only price, but reputation, references and ability to handle your particular requirements in terms of the methodologies, scope and scale of work. It is not sensible to save a few thousand dollars on a less experienced remediation firm if you are ultimately out of your home for a longer period of time.
4Prepare the home (and the family) for deleading. You are going to be out of your home and strangers are going to be in your home with all of your belongings. It is important to select a deleader wisely and to prepare your home appropriately. If selecting Northeast Remediation, you will be provided with a dedicated online portal that will allow you to monitor your home during the deleading process.
5 Begin the deleading process. Through the Northeast Remediation online portal, you will have access to progress photos, daily updates and status reports of your project.
6 Schedule the post remediation inspection with a licensed lead inspector to gain a letter of compliance. A copy of your wipe test and compliance letter will be added to your Northeast Remediation client portal for your viewing, with easy access for your year-end tax credit.