Lead-based paint hazards can lurk in the woodwork, walls and exterior surfaces of older structures like bridges, water towers, apartment buildings and private homes, especially those built before 1978.
In fact, building owners and facility managers may be subject to fines or legal action should a lead exposure or lead-based environmental impact occur. As painting contractors, we take this very seriously. The health of our clients, team and the environment are our priority in any job we take on.
When it comes to lead-abatement specifically, our decades of experience in the industry and reputation for lead remediation work are built on the following:
- Compliance with the EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting rule, which ensures all painting firms and workers are certified and trained in lead-safe work practices.
- Our in-house safety program, which includes regular blood lead level analysis and respirator training for our team.
- Strict on-site lead safety procedures for all contractors on site.
- Pollution-specific insurance, which ensures environmental liability related to lead-based paint removal is not the responsibility of our customers.
Our knowledgeable and experienced team is ready to help you navigate your lead-based abatement project. Give Alpine a call today to get started!
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.