Lead Paint Removal
We are proud to be pioneers in the lead paint removal industry.
Owner/President Scott Knightly sits on the Lead Advisory Board in the state of NH and is a reputable expert in the industry.
Did you know?
EnviroVantage became the first licensed abatement contractor in the state of NH acquiring License C001.
Lead has been around for centuries, but the awareness and magnitude of health risks affecting children and adults living and working in an environment contaminated with lead has not.
Federal, state and local laws and regulations have been developed over the years to safely address these issues from disclosure rules in property transactions to OSHA requirements for employers.
What is the process for lead paint removal?
We professionally remove lead paint, lead dust, and lead contaminated soil in New England and beyond. We utilize modern removal methods such as sponge blasting and ice blasting, more conventional techniques including sand blasting, needle scalers and roto peens, as well as meticulous hand scraping for the more detailed projects.
No two projects are the same, and most, if not all require many different lead paint removal processes.
Why choose EnviroVantage?
1. We can do a job of any magnitude.
Our residential lead abatement projects vary in size from responding to a single child lead poisoning case in a domicile to abating the lead paint in a 600-unit housing complex.
2. We have the knowledge you want and need.
Backed by extensive knowledge, decades of experience and necessary equipment, EnviroVantage delivers innovative removal techniques and safe, cost efficient methods to satisfy the specific needs of every client. We also have the technology to keep you informed every step of the way. You will often see an EnviroVantage employee with a tablet in the field giving an update on the spot!
Your family deserves a healthy home. Contact EnviroVantage for your next residential lead paint removal project and you’ll be glad you did.