Our Healthy Practices

“For the health of your home and the sake of your family”

What makes Healthy Painting the best choice for your home are techniques and practices that prioritize health, safety and the environment. Healthy Painting is a certified lead paint business in addition to employing certified lead paint renovators who are trained and certified through the Renovation, Repair and Painting Program.

  • Washington State Certificate of Business Formation
  • Washington State Business License
  • IRS Employee Identification Number Assignment
  • EPA Lead Firm Certification
  • Darryl Whalen Lead Renovator Certification
  • Thomas Mower Lead Renovator Certification
  • Labor & Industries Contractor License
  • Certificate of Business Bond
  • Certificate of Business Insurance
  • City of Seattle Business License
  • Washington State Department Of Revenue Reseller Permit
  • Vehicle Liability Insurance Policy
  • Essentials for Healthy Housing Practitioners Training
  • Master Home Environmentalist Training
  • Healthy Homes for Building Professionals Training
  • We prevent ANY debris from getting outside of the work area throughout the entire project
  • Zipper Doors
  • Our first choice is always healthy and eco friendly “Premium” products throughout the entire project.
  • HEPA Vacuums
  • Sticky Walk-Off Mats
  • JET Air Filtration Systems
  • Entire work area will be cleaned and maintained throughout project
  • Thorough cleaning of ALL work areas will be done at the project’s completion
  • All debris will be properly disposed of accordingly to EPA laws and regulations
  • Recycling done when applicable/possible
  • Lead Paint Remediation
  • EMF Shielding
  • MCSD (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Disorder)
  • Allergy & Upper Respiratory


Healthy Painting FAQ’s

  • Most houses built before 1978 contain lead paint
  • Although your house may have since been painted using non-lead paint, your home still contains layers of lead paint beneath and still poses a risk of exposure
  • Lead-based paints are most dangerous when it is deteriorating—peeling, chipping, chalking, cracking, etc.
  • Lead exposure can cause damage to body, brain and nervous system
  • Lead may also cause behavioral problems, learning disabilities and seizures