Another prominent construction fad in Longmont from last century that we have since realized is hazardous is coating surfaces with lead-based paint. Findings were released in the late 90s revealing that the microscopic particles that flake off lead paint are detrimental to the human body when they go through the respiratory system, and so the Consumer Product Safety Commission banned its application for residential buildings. Therefore, if your Longmont home was built after 1978, it is risk-free, but earlier housing potentially has lead paint somewhere and will need to have the lead paint removed if it is found to be a health hazard. To determine if your property is in danger, contact Longmont remediation company Cherry Inc., and we will pay a visit to your home and conduct the appropriate assessments.
Despite the toxicity warnings, the existence of lead paint in your Longmont residence does not mean space is toxic by default . The potential risks of lead paint are only a matter of concern if the coating is coming off and lead dust is deposited into the air. When the inhabitants of a Longmont establishment respire they enter the lungs and eventually the buildup of lead produces side effects like a headache, nausea, and fatigue and results in damage to the nervous, cardiovascular, and reproductive systems. Furthermore, lead is especially harmful to Longmont children, pregnant women, and pets. In consideration of all the associated dangers, it is strongly advised to have your Longmont residence tested for lead’s presence and received confidence in knowing the environmental quality of your home's air. If the inspection indicates that the lead paint in your Lakewood home is putting you and your family at risk, it’s time to hire someone for lead paint removal. Cherry Inc. should be the restoration company you choose, as we have decades of experience removing lead paint form Longmont structures.
Learning that areas of your Longmont property are painted with a harmful substance is troubling for both our wellbeing and our wallets. A complete lead paint removal project runs up a high bill; removing lead paint from an expansive home or corporate structure in Lakewood can be tens of thousands of dollars. Luckily, Longmont’s Cherry Inc. offers a number of different services for lead paint removal, provided at varying costs and presenting varying outcomes. After inspecting your Longmont structure, our skilled technicians can identify which solution we will use to remove the lead paint, depending on how weathered the paint is.