Lead Abatement


Lead has been around for centuries, primarily found in paints.  The awareness and magnitude of health risks affecting children and adults living and working in an environment contaminated with lead has not. Federal, state and local laws and regulations have been developed over the years to safely address these issues from disclosure rules in property transactions to OSHA requirements for employers.

Process:

  • We professionally remove lead paint, lead dust, and lead contaminated soil in New England and beyond. We utilize modern removal methods such as sponge blasting and ice blasting, more conventional techniques including sand blasting, needle scalers and roto peens, as well as meticulous hand scraping for the more detailed projects. No two projects are the same, and most, if not all require many different lead paint removal processes.
  • Once a proposal is accepted and deposit paid, all the required permitting and notifications are started,
  • The crew will full prepare the site in accordance will all regulations and best practices, completely sealing the abatement area.  Removal techniques include sponge blasting and ice blasting, more conventional techniques including sand blasting, needle scalers and roto peens, as well as meticulous hand scraping for the more detailed projects.
  • All debris is removed, and everything in the area is fully cleaned and washed.
  • Within 45 days of completion, copies of all proper documentation and disposal certificates will be sent to the customer.

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