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  • Visual inspection of painted surfaces
  • Risk assessment & identification of hazards
  • Dust sampling & laboratory analysis
  • Contractor selection & project management
  • Blood tests for children under age of six
  • Temporary relocation (as necessary)

Once a lead hazard is identified at a residence, possible treatment could include:

  • Window replacement
  • Removing paint from surfaces such as doorjambs or painted floors
  • Repairing & repainting areas of chipping and peeling paint
  • Specialized cleaning

Depending on the type and nature or services required, it is possible you may need to be temporarily relocated from your home or rental unit while the lead pain hazard control work is completed.  The Lead Safe Salt Lake Housing Program provides relocation assistance to cover reasonable living costs.  This may include food vouchers and temporary housing.

Lead Safe Housing
2001 S State Street  S2-810
PO Box 144575
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575
Phone: (385) 315-0049