Assessment: Being built in 1908 it was likely that this home still had lead based paint on the home. Making it even more likely is the fact that the majority of the existing paint was white, and historically lighter color paints would contain higher concentrations of lead. A positive test came back on all check points so it was Limes job to ensure that the lead was contained. Due to the size of the home and the nature of the design Lime masked the base of the entire home during the prep phase with plastic to contain the falling paint chips. The detection of Lead forces Lime to first scrape the home, prime with a bonding primer and then powerwash. This process ensures Lime’s ability to contain the failed product from finding its way in the air and on the ground.