The house in Mozley Park is a two-bedroom bungalow that was built in the 1920s and contains 1,300 square feet.

GA Trust partner shows how to renovate homes with lead-based paint

EarthCraft, a green building certification program that serves the Southeastern United States, has partnered with The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for a lead paint homeowner awareness workshop. Experts will give advice and show how to renovate older homes.

Those interested are encouraged to drop by anytime between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16 at 1575 Mozley Place in Atlanta. There will be information:

To learn about lead-based paint safety in homes,

To learn about lead-based paint in homes built before 1978,

To view proper lead-safe renovation work,

To discuss best-practices for lead-safe work with Certified Lead Renovation, Repair and Paint professionals, and

To learn about the EarthCraft Sustainable Preservation program at an active project site.

The house is located one block from Mozley Park and is two miles from the MARTA West Lake Transit Station. It is also along stops for bus routes 3 and 813 and one mile from the Westside BeltLine Trail.

Free on-street parking available.

Information: 404-604-3636 or email earthcraftinfo@earthcraft.org

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