Rules and Regulations for Lead-Based Paint Removal


LTRC, Inc. Rules and Regulations for Lead-Based Paint Removal

Lead-Based Paint Removal is conducted by certified LBP individuals and complied by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

LTRC, Inc.of McKinney, Texas, has trained environmental professionals who remove hazardous and toxic material safely from any surface. Majority of these surfaces are in houses and areas were others live or work. These areas need to be evacuated before LBP is removed. LTRCs professionals gear-up with protective suits and masks to prevent from contamination.

The rules for lead hazard standards are outlined by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

It is vital to remove paint from the early years up to 1970s. Old paint ages, crumbles, and turns into paint dust. By inhaling these particles it can cause serious illnesses and death. People who are at higher risk are children, elderly, and pregnant women.

Each surface that has lead paint must be treated differently. For example, doors and windows that rubs against each other vs walls, stair rail, and lone standing windows where children have direct access to. Please visit our website or give us a call at 972-548-0000

by Rassin Roshan

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