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Editor's Notepad

Editor's Notepad

Podcast: The New Cost of Lead-Safe Remodeling

comments (1) September 30th, 2010 in Blogs

Welcome back to the Lunch Pail Podcast series. In this epidode, web producers Ed Pirnik and Dan Morrison continue our series on lead paint. Last episode, we talked about tools; now we'll talk about costs. In the next, and final, episode, we’ll wrap it up with a discussion about liability.

Again, we're excerpting an interview between Ed and verteran lead-safe remodeler Bob Hanbury, an interview we caught during a video shoot on lead-safe remodeling practices.

 

Visit our Lead-Safe Resource Guide to learn how to keep your remodeling projects lead-safe (and litigation-free). Videos, downloadable articles, compliance toolkit, and more.

Listen to the full three podcast episodes here:

1: Tools, equipment, and OSHA Listen now

2: The extra cost of compliance: Productivity losses Listen now

3: Liability and Lead-safe Remodeling: Insurance, Anyone? Listen now


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sawzall316 sawzall316 writes: Wow, talk about a business killer. I just do not see a significant amount of homeowners going along with a 50% cost addition to a project. Over time these issues will go away through the attrition of older homes but that is a lifetime away.
Maybe I should look into more landscaping work as a career...
Posted: 2:26 pm on October 22nd

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