In taking customer safety extremely seriously, Renewal by Andersen Connecticut follows all rules and lead-safe practices specified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Lead; Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) rule.
In effect since April 22, 2010, the rule applies to all individuals paid to perform renovation, repair, and painting projects in which the surfaces disturbed are in pre-1978 housing, child care centers, or schools where lead paint exists. Window and door replacement services fall within this scope.
Businesses within this range are required to distribute the EPA informational procedure before any work begins and to comply with all lead-safe work practices, including proper clean up and verification testing, and recordkeeping standards.
All firms that do renovations for compensation are required to have EPA certification and to use EPA-certified renovators who follow practice standards and train employees on such practices on the job.
Contact our location for firm certification, and read about Lead and Lead Safe Work Practices here.