Lead-Based Paint Removal/Abatement


Used in products ranging from paints to motor fuels to piping and solder, lead is a dangerous poison. Building up in the body, it has been proven to damage the kidneys, the digestive system, the reproductive system and other vital organs. Even at low levels, it can impair hearing, learning ability and coordination, particularly in young children.

Business Hours

Monday - Friday 

8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Phone - (254) 466-3368

For immediate lead-based paint removal contact RIDGELINE at - (254) 466-3368 or or (254) 350-8692.

Our certified, experienced personnel use the latest proven systems and technology to assess the extent of your lead problem, devise an effective solution and execute a program that brings you into compliance with federal and local regulations.

Get more information on lead from the EPA.

Removal

A variety of techniques are available, including abrasion, heat scraping, and chemical and mechanical removal. Each incorporates special controls to guard against the spread of lead dust or fumes during the process. Disposal is accomplished in full accordance with all applicable regulations.

Stabilization

In many cases, stabilization provides an equally effective and less costly alternative to removal. Encapsulating coatings are available for both exterior and interior surfaces. They provide high resistance to weathering, vapor transmission, abrasion and fire. Other solutions include seals and enclosure.

Turnkey

Ridgeline, repaints following stripping operations and replaces removed lead-painted components like doors, windows and casework. This provides a one-contract turnkey operation.

Services

Lead-Base Paint Removal

Certified Lead Renovator
Building Surveys (Inspections)
Historical Preservation
Materials Analysis
Hazard Assessment
Lead Containment