It wasn’t until 1978 that lead paint was banned by the federal government so lead paint can still be found in houses built before then. Lead that is found in older paints, including dust that has been contaminated by lead, is the most common cause of lead poisoning.
Lead can be found in many homes, sometimes under several layers of new paint. If the paint is cracking or chipping it poses a severe hazard and needs immediate attention. Windows, doors, and stairs can also pose hazards if they are not treated properly.
The presence of lead paint in the home should be taken very seriously. Our company can assist in finding the best solution for your lead problem. The crews at Key Environmental Services, Inc. can assess how severe your lead problem is and discuss your project with your to ensure it is the best and most cost efficient solution. KES is a leader in the environmental field and has made a corporate commitment to assure clients of quality work, performed safely, within budget and on schedule. You can rest assured that your lead abatement job will be performed in a thorough and professional manner consistent with current industry standards.
Give us a call today for your free lead removal estimate at (213) 632-2350 or contact us online.