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Lead paint was banned in 1978, but it remains one of America’s most pressing environmental hazards.
According to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development,
lead paint poses threat to children’s brain and organ development. Lead paint removal is such a delicate task that
Maryland’s lead paint abatement process is even more onerous than the EPA's lead paint regulations.
Radon is a silent killer. You cannot smell it, and any home – new or old – can have elevated radon levels.
The EPA has linked radon to lung cancer. In fact, radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in Maryland among non-smokers. The most tragic part is that testing and abating for radon is easy and inexpensive, making thousands of radon-related deaths completely unnecessary.
Anywhere there is water or moisture, mold can grow. This can cause health problems or an unpleasant odor, or both.
The EPA has issued mold cleanup standards, and repeatedly warn homeowners to “make sure the contractor has experience cleaning up mold,” which is exactly what we have. Toxic Mold Syndrome can be avoided through skilled mold abatement.
Asbestos is recognized worldwide as one leading causes of cancer, including mesothelioma, ovarian cancers, and a number of other cancers.
The UN’s World Health Organization estimates that 125 million workers are still exposed to asbestos in the workplace. Locating and removing asbestos eliminates the health threat, and reduces the massive legal liability to businesses and homeowners.
Indoor air quality is a major point of interest today.
Modern science has taught us more about particulate pollution, volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) and allergens than we've ever understood before. What you can’t see can still make you sick, so engaging a certified indoor air quality inspector to test for and abate problems just makes good sense.
Only a Maryland-certified hazmat expert can safely inspect and abate lead paint, radon, mold, asbestos and indoor air contagions. Call now for a free estimate.