Lead Abatement Contractors Serving NJ, NY & PA

Lead Abatement Contractors Serving NJ, NY & PA

Lead Paint Removal for Commercial & Industrial Businesses

If your facility was built before 1978, it is possible there are lead-based paint dangers in your walls, ceilings, or exterior finishes. Left ignored, lead can potentially open your company up to fines and even legal liability. Zack Painting’s lead remediation services have helped schools, nurseries, hospitals, and consumer product manufacturing plants alleviate their lead issues. We serve New Jersey facilities from our headquarters in Fords as well as the surrounding areas of New York and eastern Pennsylvania.

If you’re looking for one of the top lead paint removal companies in the tri-state area, look no further than Zack Painting. Give us a call at 732-738-7900 or reach out today to discuss your project.

Lead RRP vs. Lead Abatement

Zack Painting can undertake both lead renovation, repair, and painting (RRP) and lead abatement projects. Abatement and RRP activities may look similar, but there are differences. RRP projects are often performed at the option of the facility owner for aesthetic reasons or to minimize lead hazards; they’re not designed to permanently eliminate lead-based paint hazards.

Lead abatement projects, on the other hand, are more advanced and designed to permanently eliminate existing lead-based paint hazards. We can lead a lead risk assessment to come up with a management and abatement strategy for your facility.

Why Choose Zack Painting for Lead Paint Remediation & Removal in NJ, NY & PA?

Zack Painting and our employees are trained and state and federally certified to conduct all lead-based paint activities. In addition, we carry specific insurance policies to ensure that our clients are insulated from lead contamination liability. Our family has been in the commercial painting business for nearly a century, and we’ve been helping building owners and managers navigate the process of removing lead-based paint from their facilities for decades. Our experience in the industry is simply unmatched in the region.

If you think you may have lead-based paint at your facility, give us a call for on-site testing and evaluation. When it’s time to perform your project, you can have the peace of mind knowing we are lead-certified, insured, and safety-trained.

Call 732-738-7900 or contact us online today to make your facility safe from lead!

Frequently Asked Questions About Lead Abatement

What is lead abatement?

Lead abatement reduces the levels of lead, particularly in the home environment, to permanently eliminate lead-based paint hazards – in order to reduce/eliminate incidents of lead poisoning. Lead abatement may be in response to orders by state or local government.

How do you perform lead abatement?

  • Enclosure: This can be the easiest of all methods. The lead paint is covered with a wall covering. This is typically done for large surfaces such as walls.
  • Replacement: This method involves completely removing the door, window, or molding that is covered in lead paint and replacing it with a new one.
  • Paint removal: This method involves completely removing lead paint. This will create lead dust and should be performed by a certified professional.
  • Encapsulation: This method not only covers but seals the affected area with a specific coating. This is less expensive but cannot be used on all surfaces.

Can you just paint over lead-based paint?

You can’t use just any paint to safely cover lead-containing paint. To make sure that the paint, dust, and fumes are carefully controlled, a special type of paint known as an encapsulant must be used. It’s applied over the lead-based paint as a sealant to prevent paint chips or dust from being breathed in or escaping.

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