Lead Paint Inspections
Vcita Home Inspection & Services of Port St Lucie is licensed and certified to provide comprehensive home inspection services throughout the state of Florida.
Lead-Based Paint Inspections
Before being banned by the federal government, lead-based paint was commonly used in homes and many other commercial facilities. In buildings constructed before 1978, lead-based paint remains surprisingly common.Lead-based paint was popular for how quickly it dried and its impressive durability. We now know, however, that lead is highly toxic and can cause serious health problems including damage to the kidneys, brain, nerves and blood if absorbed by the body.
Have Complete Peace of Mind
Even if your home has been painted recently, there is a good chance that underneath a few layers of newer paint could be a layer of dangerous lead paint. While lead-based paint is usually not a hazard if it is in good condition, deteriorating lead paint poses an immediate and considerable risk. A lead-based paint inspection can identify chips and dust that are a danger to you and your family. Have complete and total peace of mind by allowing a professionally trained and certified inspector take a look at your property. Protect your investment and your family from inhaling harmful toxins. Contact us or schedule your next lead-based inspection, today!
Quality Standards & Ethics
AHIT is one of the largest home inspection training institutes in the United States. They are approved and accredited by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), and many other professional organizations. We are ready to put that experience and knowledge to work for you.
As a certified member of InterNACHI, we ensure that you receive the best possible home inspection and professional report. We adhere to a comprehensive Standards of Practice and abide by a strict Code of Ethics, which puts our clients first and protects their rights as consumers.
Detailed Inspection Reports
Buying a property can be a stressful experience, so be sure to choose someone who has your best interest in mind, and can provide you with the right information needed to make the best decision. Each residential inspection is documented in a detailed inspection report, complete with high-quality images, detailed analysis, and recommendations. The report covers the condition of the home’s heating system; central air conditioning system; interior plumbing system; electrical system; roof, attic, and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows, and doors; the foundation, basement, and all structural components. The inspection report is sent to you online shortly after the inspection is completed. Each report is mobile-friendly and can easily be copied and pasted if you need to share the information with anyone.