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Low-risk deleading can significantly reduce deleading costs. It may be performed by anyone 18 or older, as long as they review training materials and complete an at-home test.
Low-risk deleading work includes:
Other deleading activities, such as removing paint or windows, is not considered low-risk deleading.
Before low-risk deleading can be performed, you must:
Low-risk deleading can't be done while a licensed deleader is working. Occupants must be out of the home for the day during the covering of non-intact surfaces or during spray application of encapsulants.
After low-risk deleading is complete, the lead inspector will return to check that the work was done properly. They will also give the owner some paperwork that must be completed and submitted.