Lead Paint Stabilization Services
Once believed to be a great innovation, lead paint has become an enormous problem. Prolonged exposure may trigger physical and neurological issues in occupants, and inaction or improper mitigation techniques can become a liability for property owners.
Safeguard your investment with lead paint stabilization & removal services from Alloy Group. As a leading turnkey hazardous material abatement service provider, we specialize in developing high-value, low-cost solutions that protect your assets and the environment today and in the future.
Alloy provides highly trained and licensed personnel to perform lead paint stabilization & removal services. Whether utilizing the latest in blasting technology or performing traditional lead paint removal services, our team has the knowledge and experience to get the job done.
The Lead-Based Paint Removal Experts
If you want to address the lead paint used on your property, Alloy Group is here to help. With decades of experience, we have what it takes to stabilize or completely remove these lead paints safely, quickly, and affordably.
Lead-based paint stabilization & removal might sound similar, but they’re very different. Here’s a quick breakdown of the differences between lead paint removal and lead paint stabilization.
Feel free to contact us if you’re unsure which method is best for your application.
When possible, completely removing lead paint is the best option. It protects building occupants, owners, and the surrounding environment from the dangers associated with lead poisoning.
Lead paint stabilization is an interim control against chipping paint, lead dust, or contamination. Unlike lead paint removal, stabilization is meant to minimize exposure to lead paint hazards.
Generally speaking, it’s utilized when lead paint-containing surfaces are intact and the building is structurally sound, or when the structure containing the lead hazard is slated for demolition or renovation. Another reason to choose stabilization is when complete abatement isn’t financially feasible.
Methods of Lead Paint Removal Services
There are several different methods that can be used to remove lead-based paint. Alloy’s experience can determine which lead stabilization & removal technique is best for each industrial or commercial project.
Some techniques employed for lead-based paint removal are:
- Heat Guns
Our team has successfully completed certification requirements to successfully complete lead paint removal services.
Hazards of Lead Paint Exposure
When added to paint, lead compounds were shown to create bright, vivid colors. They also helped resist moisture, speed up drying time, and boost durability. As a result, lead paint was widely used to coat everything from raw metals to children’s toys, including exterior and interior building surfaces.
The problem is, lead can be swallowed, inhaled, and absorbed through the skin. Lead is stored in bones, blood, and tissue upon entry into the body. Bones demineralize over the years, releasing the lead back into the body.
High levels of lead in the bloodstream can cause many severe health conditions. Examples include:
- Reproductive Issues
- Brain Damage
- Delayed Growth
- Kidney Damage
- Behavioral Issues
- Nerve Damage
- Low Birth Weight
- Hearing Problems
- Stomach Pain
- Trouble Sleeping
- Memory Loss
- No Appetite
Our lead paint abatement services are perfect for a range of industries.
Your Lead Paint Removal Partner
Once you’ve decided to do something about lead paint, your best bet is to let the professionals at Alloy Group take care of it for you. Our crews come with the appropriate personal protective equipment, or PPE, and know how to safely stabilize or remove lead paint without causing damage.
We can mitigate lead paint with heat guns, chemicals, abrasive blasting, or mechanical removal. HEPA vacuums are brought in to get all lead paint particulate out. If our professionals can’t remove it, they know what compounds can securely cover it.
Contact us to learn more about our lead paint removal services.
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