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HPD Lead Violation Removal New York City

Have you been issued a lead violation by the NYC Department of Housing, Preservation & Development?

HPD Lead Violation Removal New York City

You may have recently received a violation notice from the NYC Department of Housing, Preservation & Development (HPD). HPD Lead Violations can be removed once the lead on the property has been properly abatemented by an EPA-certified firm.
The New York Lead Paint Experts is EPA Lead Safe certified in testing and abatement and has been helping landlords, homeowners, and property management companies in New York remove lead and HPD Lead Violations for over 10 years.
Find out here whether there are HPD lead violations pending on your property by viewing open violations at, and contact The Experts today.

3 Steps To Removing A HPD Lead Violation

  1. Hire an EPA-Certified Lead Firm (contractor) to correct lead paint violations
  2. Use Safety Standards in the New York City Health Code
  3. Hire an EPA-Certified Lead Inspector to take clearance dust wipes when the work is completed.

Other Lead Violation Removal Services

In addition to HPD Lead Violations, New York Lead Paint Experts also specializes in removing DOH Lead Violations. For more information visit our DOH Lead Violations Removal page.

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We can help guide you through the lead testing and lead abatement process. Call today to schedule a consultation with one of our EPA Lead Safe certified professionals.
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