established 1984 • Licensed • IICRC Certified Firm & Trained Technicians • Insured

Lead and Asbestos Removal


Lead and Asbestos Removal In El Paso, TX

We are an EPA Certified Firm in Lead Removal in El Paso, TX

Lead is a toxic metal that was widely used in the manufacturing of paint prior to 1978. As a result, any building constructed before this time has the potential to contain lead-based paint. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that over 64 million buildings in the United States still contain lead-based paint.

Please take a moment to download and review the following guides from the EPA

Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home

Required to be provided to prospective buyers and renters of pre-1978 homes and apartments.

Renovate Right

. General information about legal requirements for safe lead practices for homeowners, tenants, child care providers and parents during renovation activities.

Steps to LEAD SAFE Renovation, Repair and Painting

how to plan for and complete a home renovation, repair or painting project in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities using lead-safe work practices.

Lead Poisoning is Preventable!

Exposure to lead may come from contaminated dust, water, soil or paint chips. Serious health risks include behavioral and learning disabilities, high blood pressure, nerve disorders, muscle and joint pain and even death, with young children being the most at-risk segment of the population. The improper removal of lead can increase these health risks, and therefore, for such projects, a certified lead abatement contractor is essential.

We are familiar with and skilled in all types of lead removal methods, and our industry knowledge ensures that the best technique will be implemented for each specific project. Our success in dealing with this environmental hazard and our many skilled employees ensure that we provide our clients with only the best planning and remediation management for any project.

Protect Your Health: Identifying and Removing Lead-Based Paint in Older Buildings

Concerned about the presence of lead-based paint in your building? We’ve got you covered! Lead is a highly toxic metal that was commonly used in paint manufacturing before 1978. Contact us now to schedule an assessment and take the first step towards a healthier living space!