Lead Inspection


To schedule an inspection or ask any questions, you can call or text 214-533-7445  or email casewoodward@gmail.com. .

-Weekends and evening appointments available so you don’t have to take off work.

-Only inspector who test for lead hazards (dust) if lead paint is found.

Are you a licensed lead inspector?

Case Woodward is a licensed lead inspector providing services in the Dallas – Fort Worth and surrounding area. 

How much will the inspection cost?

$395 Lead Paint Inspection For up to 3,000 square foot house in the Dallas – Fort Worth area.  For larger properties, contact us for pricing.

We do non-destructive testing, so damage will not occur.  Usually 125 to 200 different samples will be taken depending on number of rooms.

You also test for lead hazards (dust) for free?

What good is a lead inspection if you don’t know if there is lead hazards?  Lead dust is what causes lead poisoning.  During our lead inspection, if lead paint is found on the interior, we will take a dust sample.  If lead paint is found on the outside, we will take a soil sample.  No other inspector will do this for you.

Meet Your Inspector

Inspector Case

Case Woodward has years of experience testing indoor air quality, mold inspections, lead paint testing, Radon and EMF testing and has all his licenses where required.

“Casey was very prompt, professional, and informative. The experience was pleasant and he answered our questions and had suggestions for us going forward. We are greatly relieved and informed. Companies like this put integrity back in the mix. Thank you!” – Elizabeth G.,  Dallas

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How does the lead based paint inspection process work?

  1. The inspector will arrive, introduce themselves and then verify what type of inspection you want. Tell the inspector what your goals are and they will make sure you get what you want.
  2. The inspector will then calibrate their XRF Analyzer (see picture). The XRF is a piece of equipment that can take non-destructive testing. This will only take around 5 minutes or so.
  3. Normally, once they begin the inspection, they will go in a clockwise direction. They will take measurements inside, outside and even in the garage. The protocol that guides the inspector on what to test, will require them to inspect several areas in each room. 10 or more samples will be taken in each room.
  4. Results will be known immediately. A good inspector will also check the soil and do some dust wipe test if they start discovering lead based paint. When calling around for prices, make sure they will test the soil and take dust wipe samples if necessary.
  5. When finished, the inspector will calibrate the XRF again to make sure of accurate readings.
  6. They then will tell the client what they found. Legally, they can only tell their client, so if you are not the client … don’t ask. They will also answer any questions or concerns you may have.

How is payment made?

Payment can be made with cash, credit card, or check.  Payment is made at the end of the inspection.

I have children and am buying a home.  How important is a lead inspection?

After all these years, lead poisoning is still the number one environmental health concern for children according to the EPA.  

What is the difference between you and other lead inspectors?

  1. We’re an environmental firm working in the field of indoor air quality health.  We are not home inspectors or contractors that do this as an add-on service.
  2. The equipment we use.  Many inspectors purchase a less expensive XRF to test the paint.  With these, they may also need to take paint chip samples, which is destructive.  Our XRF is the top of the line and gives accurate results without the need to do any destructive testing.
  3. We can check for soil and dust lead paint hazards for a more complete inspection.