Lead Paint Renovation and Abatement
Lead Safe Work Practices
Many older structures may still hide lead-based paint hazards in woodwork, walls and exterior surfaces. Unsuspecting occupants remain susceptible to exposure from this toxic substance. Structures including bridges and water towers to apartments, offices and private homes built before 1978 may still be a danger.
Left unaddressed, building owners and facility managers are at risk for fines and other legal action from exposure related health problems and/or environmental impact due to improper removal techniques. In fact, a new EPA ruling, RRP rule (Renovation, Repair and Painting) stipulates that all painting firms must be certified and each worker must be trained for lead-safe work practices. This regulation covers work in apartments, condominiums, residences, schools, daycare centers, and other child occupied facilities.
Most painting contractors are just not qualified to take on the responsibilities stipulated in a lead paint abatement project. Alpine Painting has over 35-years of experience and a stellar reputation for performance in lead remediation work.
Along with our State and Federal lead paint removal certifications, our customers find greater peace-of-mind through our worker safety program. This includes regular blood lead level analysis, respirator training and strict on-site safety procedures. In addition, we carry specific pollution insurance to make sure that liability is not passed to our customers.
When contemplating a lead-based paint abatement project not only is the protection of people and property important, you need a responsive contractor that takes responsibility for needs of the customer and protects the environment.
Call Alpine Painting now to get the lead abatement facts from a knowledgeable resource you can count on. We’ll come to your site, assess the matter accurately and provide a competitive proposal. When it’s time to do the project, you can expect the same expert attention from everyone at Alpine Painting.
Nassau Hall – Restoring a 95 Year Old Mansion in Muttontown, NY
Delano & Aldrich, the prominent architect of the ‘20s made his first commission in this area. His first commission is the Christie House on Muttontown Rd whose exterior wall was modeled after Mount Vernon, the home of our first president, George Washington. This mansion is now called Nassau Hall owned by Nassau...