Lead paint removal in the Los Angeles County area is strictly governed by multiple municipality regulations from the city to the state to the federal level. The government banned the use of lead-based household paints back in 1978, but there are still pre-existing structures and older properties that exhibit lead paint presence.
Understanding the Importance of Los Angeles County Lead Paint Regulations
Tri Span Environmental is familiar with the needs of local Los Angeles County customers and regulatory ordinances related to environmental clean up.
Tri Span Environmental possesses some of the most knowledgeable Los Angeles County project managers and the best crews used to cleaning up lead contamination according to regulatory guidelines. Tri Span’s teams are familiar with the nuances of lead paint.
Why is Lead Paint a Los Angeles County Safety Hazard?
Lead was used as an additive to hasten the drying process, improve the durability of painted surfaces and decorative exteriors and to resist the advancement of corrosion upon surfaces exposed to moisture. Los Angeles being a beautiful coastal draw to residents and immigrants from its inception with its regional charm and appealing climate was an immediate fit for the benefits of lead paint additives.
Tri Span Inc. Has Experience Removing Lead Paint in Los Angeles County
Tri Span’s lead detection methods and contaminant isolation processes are tried and true from experience and education. Tri Span crews are practiced hands at removing lead contaminants from the soil, air and property structures so that Los Angeles County residents and workers can be safe.
Tri Span’s services can be used to survey a property for lead before purchase to protect future Los Angeles County purchasers. Tri Span can also assist current property owners in the process of lead paint removal clean up so that the safety and welfare of its inhabitants is ensured with best possible business practices.