The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires that anyone who performs renovation, repair, or painting work that disturbs lead-based paint in homes, childcare facilities, and schools built before 1978 must be certified as a lead-safe renovator.
We are certified lead renovators, trained and approved to safely work on homes or other structures that contain lead-based paint.
Certified Lead Renovation Contractor
We follow the strict guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ensure that the lead removal process is safe, effective, and compliant with regulations.
Step 1Inspection: Conduct a thorough inspection of the site to determine the presence of lead-based paint and the extent of any damage or deterioration.
Step 2Preparation: Prepare the area for work, including setting up containment barriers and sealing off any HVAC systems to prevent the spread of dust and debris.
Step 3Removal: Utilize specialized tools and techniques to safely remove any lead-based paint or other hazardous materials from the site, following all EPA guidelines and regulations.
Step 4Cleanup: Conduct a final cleanup to ensure that all hazardous materials have been properly removed and disposed of. This includes wet cleaning surfaces, using HEPA vacuums to remove dust and debris, and conducting a clearance inspection to ensure that the site is safe for re-occupancy.