Lead-based paint is hazardous! Call Quality Aire today to make your home or office “lead-safe” for your young children or employees.
Why Do You Need a Lead Abatement in Phoenix?
Many clients come to us with little or no information regarding the dangers of being exposed to lead-based paints. If you are planning to buy or rent a property that was built prior to 1978 (when the use of lead-based paints was still legal), you should call us!
In children, exposure to lead can lead to a number of behavioral and learning problems such as hyperactivity. Other common issues include damage to the nervous system and brain, headaches, hearing problems, anemia, slowed growth and more.
Why You Should Trust Us for Abatement Work?
Quality Aire are experts in the abatement industry. We have a full understanding of all of the requirements which must be followed before, during, and after a cleaning job. We meticulous in devising specific strategies for paint removal, component replacement, covering contaminated soil and encapsulation. We also have special emphasis on clearance testing, which we perform after the completion of the whole project to ensure the lead levels are acceptable in the dust left behind.
There are certain federal laws that require you to hire specific asbestos and lead abatement contractors who meet certain requirements. For instance, renovation firms must have a certificate issued under EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule. They should have a team consisting of individuals thoroughly trained in lead-safe work practices. Moreover, the individuals undertaking abatement job should have received their training by EPA accredited training providers. You won’t have to find any issues regarding all this because we are licensed to undertake such projects and our workers are trained to handle things according to the rules designed by the EPA.
How Do We Handle Lead Abatement Project?
At Quality Aire LLC, we are here to help you with your requirements and devise strategies accordingly. Although it usually depends upon the condition of a property, a typical lead abatement project usually includes following steps.
- We define the scope of work based on our evaluation.
- We meet with the Local Construction Official (LCA) to secure permits and start the abatement work.
- In addition to the permit, we also file a 10-day notice with the DCA (Department of Community Affairs).
- All furnishings and possessions are relocated or protected with plastic sheeting.
- To prevent the movement of construction debris and dust, the work area is prepared and protected with plastic sheeting.
- Once everything is done, we submit the Clearance Results and reports the LCA.
Whether you’re going to buy an old building, or you’re concerned about the indoor air quality in your home or office, call us so we can determine the extent of work needed to provide your family or employees a clean and safe dwelling.
Quality Aire offers lead abatement services to customers in the Phoenix metro area, including Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, and Glendale.