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Interim Control is different from full deleading because it only addresses urgent hazards. This is a temporary solution.
Urgent lead hazards include:
There are a few steps to obtaining a Letter of Interim Control.
The property owner can have the home reinspected before the end of the year. If the home meets all the conditions of Interim Control, the Letter of Interim Control may be renewed for an additional year.
Some repairs must be done by licensed deleaders. Other work may be done by homeowners and their agents who have received special training.
Contact the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) for more information on what repairs a homeowner can and cannot do at 1 (800) 532-9571.
You can only hold a Letter of Interim Control for two years. By the end of two years, a residence under Interim Control must be deleaded for full compliance if a child under six lives there, even if the property has been sold.
Financial assistance is available.