Lead Abatement in Mesa

Lead Abatement in Mesa for Greater Phoenix

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Mesa Lead Abatement

When it comes to the dangers of lead paint, hiring the right contractor is crucial. AdjustPro Solutions specializes in lead paint removal and abatement, and we take care of all the required licenses, certifications, and insurance.

The Benefits Of Living In A Lead-Free Home

  • A Lead-Free Home is Much Easier to Sell
  • Your house cannot be the source of severe health problems.
  • Your Home’s Resale Return on Investment (ROI)
  • Your home will be brought back to a safe state.
  • Mindfulness is a state of being aware of one’s knowing your loved ones are safe gives you the comfort of knowing you’re contributing to the preservation of American craftsmanship.

What Is Lead Paint And Is It Dangerous?

Lead paint is a highly toxic material that was commonly used in homes and schools prior to 1978. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) banned lead-based paint in the United States in 1978. Lead is a highly toxic metal linked to a number of health issues, especially in children and pregnant women. As lead particles are ingested into the body, they can damage the brain and impede the development of your child’s brain. Learning disabilities, bad behavior, seizures, and death have all been attributed to lead poisoning. Lead poisoning can cause damage to the kidneys, the blood, and the nervous system.

As lead particles are ingested into the body, they can damage the brain and impede the development of your child’s brain. Learning disabilities, bad behavior, seizures, and death have all been attributed to lead poisoning. Lead poisoning can cause damage to the kidneys, the blood, and the nervous system.

Particles are slowly released into the atmosphere.

When lead paint deteriorates and fails, tiny particles of lead dust are released into the air. Countertops, windowsills, floors, baseboards, tables, and other household items begin to absorb this potentially hazardous dust. On the exterior of your house, lead paint dust can contaminate decks, patios, children’s play areas, and the soil. Since lead paint has a sweet taste, small children are prone to putting stuff in their mouths, including their hands. As a result, the risk of ingesting harmful lead toxins is greatly increased.

Is Your Property’s Contractor Licensed To Work On It?

If you are planning a lead paint removal project or permanently remove lead-based paint hazards from your house, you must hire a licensed Lead Abatement Contractor. As the landlord, it is your responsibility to hire a contractor who is licensed and insured to complete the job. A contractor with only an individual RRP certificate is not an approved abatement company.

It’s important to ask questions and receive certifications and insurance documents. Unfortunately, simply asking your painter if he or she can remove or abate lead is insufficient. If you hire an unlicensed lead paint contractor and the job results in the contamination of the region with hazardous materials, you may be held liable.

In order to remove lead paint, the contractor must have the following paperwork.

  • A license for a licensed lead abatement company is required.
  • A licensed supervisor license is required by the Health Authority.
  • A qualified worker credential is required by the Health Authority.
  • Pollution protection insurance.

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