Lead paint when improperly removed or when deteriorated is a serious hazard to children.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires all individuals and businesses who perform lead abatement or lead-safe renovation to be certified and follow specific procedures in housing and child-occupied facilities. When you need lead abatement or lead-safe renovation, call the licensed and insured experts at All Vac Environmental, Inc. to help.


Having lead in your home is no laughing matter. Lead-based paint can pose a serious risk to you and your family. Here at All Vac Environmental, Inc., the health and safety of your home is our top priority because we treat our clients the way we would want to be treated. Our trained and insured professionals will guide you through the entire process and help you determine whether lead abatement or lead-safe renovation is the more appropriate course of action. Lead abatement is designed to permanently remove the lead hazard, such as when there are Department of Health violations or a poisoned child, while lead-safe renovation is designed to manage the lead condition. Our company specializes in lead hazard reduction including peeling paint, lead dust contamination on interior surfaces, contents and HVAC systems and soil contamination.

It’s important to understand that proper lead abatement must be done by an EPA-Certified technician.

If you fail to follow the correct steps, you may be putting you and your family at even more risk. Lead poisoning can lead to nervous system and kidney damage, ADD, learning disabilities, behavioral problems, and damage to your bones, muscles, and ears.

Do you think you may have lead paint or lead hazards in your home? Don’t wait - call the professionals at All Vac Environmental, Inc. today and let us provide you with a free estimate.


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