The Lead Abatement (Deleading) Process
Lead paint is common in both residential and commercial buildings throughout New England. Because of this, our team is experienced in all aspects of the lead removal process and ready to serve all your lead abatement needs.
Because every project is different, we offer multiple lead abatement solutions. Scraping, encapsulation, and even reproduction/replacement are all viable lead abatement techniques our team of skilled professionals are fully capable of completing. We have over 25 Years experience with high-risk deleading including scraping or reproduction of detailed woodwork, window replacement.
We guarantee that our jobs will pass re-inspection.
In addition to the added value of having a deleaded home, or rental unit, another incentive to delead is the Massachusetts Lead Paint Removal Tax Credit.
Our team is available to help you through every aspect of the lead abatement process. From the initial lead report to re-inspection, lab testing, and final letter of compliance, our team can handle it all.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION:
QUESTION: What is the lead law?
ANSWER: The Lead Law requires the deleading of lead hazards that exist in homes built before 1978 where children under six live. Owners are responsible for complying with the Lead Law and paying the costs to delead.
QUESTION: How does an owner comply with the lead law?
ANSWER: Owners must have all lead hazards corrected by hiring a licensed lead inspector who will test the home and record all of the lead hazards in a Lead Inspection Report. Once the homeowner has the Lead Report available, they must hire a licensed Deleading Contractor like A&S Construction and Demo to abate the hazards. Once complete, the inspector must return to re-inspect the apartment or home and provide the property owner with a report stating the lead based paint hazards have been abated.