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    Lead Abatement

    Lead Abatement Services

    With our expertise in chemical removal and blasting services, we offer comprehensive solutions to address lead contamination, particularly in older paint applications.

    Lead-based paint, commonly used before 1978 in Canada, poses serious health risks, particularly to children and pregnant women.

    Whether driven by health concerns, regulatory compliance, renovation projects, or restoration efforts, the decision to eliminate lead-based paint is a crucial step toward creating a safer and healthier environment. At Healthy Environmental, we specialize in safe and efficient lead paint removal services, helping property owners mitigate risks and safeguard their well-being. Trust us to handle your lead abatement needs with expertise and care, ensuring compliance with regulations and promoting a healthier living or working space for all.


    Chemical Removal

    Our chemical removal process is meticulously designed to effectively strip lead-based paint from various surfaces while adhering to stringent safety standards. Using industry-approved chemicals and techniques, we ensure thorough removal without causing harm to surrounding structures. This technique involves the application of specialized chemical solutions that break down the molecular structure of the lead-based paint, facilitating its safe and thorough removal. Our process includes site preparation such as containment, application of chemical solution, manual removal methods, final clean and visual inspection.

    Blasting Services

    Utilizing advanced blasting technologies such as abrasive blasting and soda blasting, we excel in removing lead-based coatings from diverse substrates. Our blasting services are tailored to meet the specific needs of each project, delivering precise and efficient results while minimizing downtime.

    Abrasive Blasting: Abrasive blasting involves the use of abrasive media propelled at high velocity against the surface to be treated. This process effectively removes lead-based paint and other coatings by abrasive action, leaving behind a clean and profiled substrate ready for recoating or further treatment. Common abrasive media used include sand, garnet, and crushed glass, chosen based on the specific requirements of the project. Abrasive blasting is recommended for multi-layers of old paint, and on tough surfaces such as metal.

    Soda Blasting: Soda blasting is a non-destructive and environmentally friendly method for removing lead-based coatings from delicate surfaces or areas where minimal substrate damage is desired. This technique utilizes baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) as the blasting media, which is softer than traditional abrasives and gently removes paint without etching or damaging the underlying substrate. Soda blasting is particularly effective for historical restoration projects or applications where surface preservation is critical.

    The selection of a removal method depends on factors such as the project's scope, budget, surface type, expectations, and accessibility. We’re here to guide you.

    Why Choose Healthy Environmental?


    With years of experience in the field, our team of professionals possesses the expertise and knowledge required to handle lead abatement projects of any scale or complexity.


    Safety is our top priority. We adhere to strict safety protocols and regulations to ensure the protection of our team members, clients, and the environment throughout the abatement process.


    We are fully licensed and certified to perform lead abatement services, and we adhere to all relevant industry standards and regulations. You can trust us to deliver compliant and reliable solutions for your lead removal needs.


    Equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and techniques, we prioritize efficiency in our operations, delivering timely and cost-effective solutions without compromising on quality.

    Lead Abatement Frequently Asked Questions

    What is lead paint, and how can I identify it in my home?
    What are the health risks associated with exposure to lead paint?
    Is lead paint still used in homes today?
    How can I test for lead paint in my home?
    What should I do if I discover lead paint in my home?
    Can lead paint be safely removed, or is it better to encapsulate it?
    Are there regulations or laws regarding lead paint removal?
    What are the symptoms of lead poisoning, and how can it be treated?
    Are there specific precautions I should take when renovating or remodeling a home with lead paint?
    How can I minimize the risk of lead exposure in my home, especially if I have young children?

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    Ready to discuss your lead abatement needs? Get in touch with us today to learn more about our services and how we can assist you in achieving a safer environment free from lead contamination.