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Lead Paint Abatement

Lead-based paint is a common hazardous surface material in the built environment.

Lead additives were mixed into paints for its functional advantages including superior moisture resistance, durability and faster drying times. However, the health implications from lead exposure/ poisoning were far more of a concern than benefits of the heavy metal additive, therefore resulting in the banned use by the U.S Government of Lead Paint in 1978.

Lead exposure leads to multiple health issues including;

  • Convulsions, coma and death.
  • Permanent damage to the nervous system and vital organs.
  • Physical and mental development issues in infants and children.

If you would like to have your commercial or industrial property tested for lead by a certified professional, contact us today. We are well versed with the legal requirements and processes to effectively manage lead paint abatement (removal) and waste handling.

Our trained professionals will complete an onsite visit and develop a customized approach that will not only provide the safest method to correctly remove lead paint from specific areas, but will also be an economic solution that meets regulations set by OSHA and EPA.


Asbestos is the given name for a fibrous mineral that was used as a functional component in a variety of building materials, mainly because of its exceptional ability to resist fire, heat and electricity. Materials containing Asbestos include drywall, tiles (floor and ceiling), insulation, glazing, ductwork, roof shingles, adhesives and over 5000 other building materials.

However, as more data became available of health hazards associated with Asbestos, the requirement to safely remove and dispose of materials with Asbestos became a priority.

Asbestos has uniquely shaped particles that cling to tissues in the lungs when airborne and inhaled. Over time it leads to serious health issues such as;

  • Asbestosis
  • Lung Cancer
  • Mesothelioma

If you are aware or suspect the possibility of Asbestos contents within your commercial or industrial property, our professionals will provide a plan of action and quote to effectively complete any Asbestos abatement project throughout Texas.

Our licensed crews are certified to carry out Asbestos Abatement (removal) that satisfy OSHA, NESHAP and EPA regulations. Contact us today for a site visit and estimate.