The proper solution to a lead problem is abatement, removal, stabilization, proper handling and disposal. These procedures should only be completed by certified Lead Abatement personnel as required by the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDH), and follows all guidelines provided by the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, &
Painting Program Rule. B and C Construction and Remodeling Services has a number of highly trained and certified lead abatement and remediation technicians. B and C will also prepare a lead abatement/removal work plan and discuss all of the options for your home prior to beginning any Lead -Based Paint (LBP) removal activities.
A post abatement final clearance inspection will then be performed. This inspection will be performed by an independent TDH Certified Lead Inspector/Assessor or Project Monitor. The procedure entails a visual verification that no suspect lead contaminated dust or soil remains around, adjacent and/or below the abated surfaces followed by a dust and/or soil confirmatory sampling and analysis. Our goal, mission and vision are consistent with the goals of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch. Our focus, methods and policies are all directed toward the goal of complete lead remediation to prevent lead poisoning.
For more information regarding the Texas Department of State Health Services guidelines to lead remediation and abatement, please visit the link below: