Finding a Contractor

If you are concerned about lead-based paint hazards in or around your home, you may want to hire a professional to determine your family’s risk or to remove the lead. During a home repair or renovation project, hiring a Lead Safe Certified Firm can help reduce the creation of lead hazards during the work. On this page you will find helpful resources if you are planning to hire a contractor.

Home Renovation & Repair Projects

If you are hiring a contractor for a renovation, repair or painting project, the contactor should follow lead safe work practices. All contractors that disturb painted surfaces in homes, daycares, and schools built before 1978 are required to be certified under the EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP). For more information, see Home Renovation and Remodeling.

Lead-Based Paint Consulting and Abatement

The Nebraska Lead-Based Paint Program regulates lead paint consulting and abatement firms and activities. Contact a licensed lead-based paint entity to:

  • Have your home or soil tested for lead-based paint hazards
  • Have your home inspected for lead-based paint hazards
  • Have an assessment of the lead risk in your home
  • Have lead-based paint hazards removed or abated from your home

Licensed Lead-Based Paint Entities
Find a Nebraska Licensed Lead-based Paint Consulting or Abatement firm.

Educate Yourself

Be a smart consumer. Check to see if your contractor has the proper certifications, training, and licenses to conduct the work.

Rules & Regulations

Firms conducting lead-based paint activities in Nebraska are required to be licensed. This includes lead inspections, risk assessment, and lead abatement. For more information, visit Rules & Regulations.


 
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