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Lead & Asbestos Removal Services for Commercial Properties Nationwide

Asbestos removal and abatement are crucial for restoring commercial properties and ensuring the safety of occupants. Similarly, lead removal may be necessary to limit exposure to the hazardous material.

Multiple sources of lead have been banned in the United States, including lead-based paint in 1978 and lead pipes and plumbing fixtures in 1986. Asbestos is not fully banned, but it cannot be used in certain building materials or in new constructions.

Unfortunately, man-made and natural disasters may disturb asbestos, lead, and other dangerous materials. ATI Restoration provides comprehensive lead and asbestos abatement services for commercial properties throughout the United States. Our technicians are specially trained to fully and safely remove these materials for a healthy indoor environment.

Lead and asbestos are major health hazards, so their removal should always be considered a top priority. ATI Restoration provides a 24-Hour Emergency Response. Call us, and we will dispatch a crew to your commercial property within 24 hours to perform a complete inspection and design a lead and asbestos removal plan.

Why You Need Professional Lead & Asbestos Abatement

Asbestos is a severe health hazard. Exposure to asbestos fibers can lead to serious respiratory diseases, including irreversible lung damage and mesothelioma. Lead exposure also has a number of serious health effects, particularly for children and pregnant women.

Disposing of asbestos and lead-containing materials is a delicate process that must be handled in accordance with strict environmental regulations. Trained experts understand the risks associated with lead exposure and employ specialized techniques to minimize the release of dust and particles into the air.

Technicians at ATI Restoration follow established procedures for proper disposal to prevent further contamination of the property. Our goal is to ensure that all materials are securely contained to prevent the spread of asbestos fibers and lead-based waste.

How Responsive Is ATI Restoration?

ATI Restoration responds 24/7/365 to calls about lead and asbestos removal. Prompt action is essential for several reasons:

  • Health Concerns:
    Asbestos and lead exposure can lead to severe health issues. Early detection and abatement can minimize the risks.
  • Regulatory Compliance:
    Local and national regulations often require property owners to address lead and asbestos hazards promptly. Timely abatement ensures compliance with environmental and health regulations, preventing potential legal issues and penalties.
  • Preventing Further Contamination:
    A swift response helps to contain the spread of asbestos or lead particles, preventing further contamination of the property. Delaying abatement could result in the further deterioration of materials, increasing the likelihood of fiber release or lead dust dispersion.
  • Property Value Preservation:
    Identifying lead and asbestos issues and addressing them promptly can help preserve the value of the property. Potential buyers or tenants are likely to be deterred by the presence of these hazardous materials, and timely abatement demonstrates responsible property management.
  • Occupancy and Renovation Planning:
    If the property is currently occupied or there are plans for renovation, addressing lead and asbestos concerns early ensures a safer environment for occupants and workers. Early abatement allows for proper planning and scheduling, minimizing disruptions to occupants or construction timelines.
  • Peace of Mind:
    Knowing that lead and asbestos hazards are being addressed promptly provides commercial property owners with peace of mind. Quick action demonstrates a commitment to the safety and well-being of occupants, visitors, and workers.

With more than 60 locations nationwide, ATI Restoration provides prompt lead and asbestos removal services throughout the United States. Our crews arrive at your commercial property ASAP fully equipped to tackle even the most challenging cleanup and remediation scenarios.

Expertise You Can Count On

ATI Restoration was founded in 1989. Over the last 30+ years, we have earned a reputation as one of the country’s preeminent lead and asbestos abatement firms.

Technicians at ATI Restoration have the certification and experience to safely abate and mitigate asbestos and lead. We rigorously follow all federal, state, and local standards for the safe removal of these materials. Our crews also have an in-depth understanding of lead and asbestos removal for different industries, giving us unparalleled expertise in asbestos removal and lead abatement for commercial properties.

How Long Does Commercial Lead & Asbestos Abatement Take?

Lead and asbestos are especially prevalent in older properties and in older building materials like paint, insulation, floor tiles, roofing, and siding. The more asbestos and/or lead there is, the longer the restoration will take.

ATI Restoration understands the importance of getting you back to business as soon as possible without sacrificing safety. Our certified technicians strive to maximize efficiency. By meticulously inspecting your property, we can provide an accurate assessment of the timeline based on the specific circumstances of the project.

Communication is at the forefront of our core values. You can count on our team to provide you with regular updates and answer any questions you have in a timely fashion.


Is It Possible to Isolate Areas Affected by Asbestos and Lead?

Containment and isolation are critical components of lead and asbestos abatement. The affected area should be sealed off with plastic sheeting to prevent the spread of asbestos fibers and lead dust.

In general, it is not advisable for a business to remain open while asbestos abatement is taking place due to the potential health risks associated with asbestos exposure. When disturbed, asbestos fibers can become airborne and pose a serious threat to human health if inhaled.

Unlike asbestos abatement, businesses may remain open in certain circumstances while lead abatement is in progress. However, this decision should be made only after careful planning and while maintaining the strictest adherence to safety measures.

Will Tenants Be Disturbed?

The discovery of asbestos, lead, and other hazards at a commercial property can cause significant disruption to regular operations. Lead and asbestos removal must sometimes be performed in conjunction with recovery from fire damage, water damage, etc.

ATI Reconstruction takes a cohesive approach to reconstruction services. Whenever necessary, we integrate lead and asbestos abatement into the recovery plan. This minimizes inconvenience for tenants and other occupants while ensuring the health and safety of all parties.

Elevating the Standard for Lead & Asbestos Abatement

ATI Restoration performs lead and asbestos removal with urgency and the highest skill. We make it our mission to create a safe and healthy environment while restoring and rebuilding commercial properties to their pre-loss condition or better.

Many businesses, facilities, and institutions have trusted ATI Restoration to help them rid their property of lead and asbestos. Our projects encompass everything from disaster recovery to large-scale upgrades and renovations.

How We Handle Lead & Asbestos Abatement

Lead and asbestos present unique challenges. We find that an integrated strategy is essential for minimizing risk and properly removing and disposing of these materials. This guarantees a safe and effective remediation process.

Generally speaking, the steps involved in lead and asbestos removal include:


Inspection & Risk Assessment

The process begins with a comprehensive inspection to identify both lead-based paint and asbestos-containing materials (ACMs). A thorough risk assessment is conducted to evaluate potential exposure and determine the appropriate abatement strategies.


Integrated Abatement Plan Development

Based on the inspection and risk assessment findings, our professionals develop an integrated abatement plan. This plan outlines the scope of work, containment measures, removal methods, and safety protocols specific to both lead and asbestos.


Regulatory Compliance & Permits

ATI Restoration handles all permitting requirements. We also notify the appropriate regulatory authorities and ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations governing both lead and asbestos abatement.


Containment Strategies

The work area is strategically contained to prevent the spread of lead dust and asbestos fibers. Physical barriers, negative air pressure systems, and HVAC system sealing are employed to isolate hazards during the removal process.


Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Abatement workers don appropriate PPE, including respirators, disposable coveralls, gloves, and eye protection, to minimize the risk of exposure to both lead and asbestos particles.


Wetting & Removal

Lead- and asbestos-containing materials are wetted down simultaneously to minimize the release of dust and fibers. Removal techniques tailored to each material are employed to ensure effective remediation.


Bagging & Sealing of Hazardous Materials

Both lead and asbestos materials are carefully bagged and sealed to contain any loose particles. Proper labeling designates materials as lead or asbestos waste, and disposal follows regulatory guidelines.


Cleaning & Decontamination

The work area undergoes unified cleaning using wet methods and HEPA vacuuming to eliminate lead dust and asbestos fibers. We meticulously follow decontamination procedures for workers and tools.


Air Monitoring

Continuous air monitoring is conducted throughout the abatement process to ensure that levels of both lead dust and asbestos fibers remain within acceptable limits, affirming the effectiveness of containment measures.


Final Inspection & Clearance Testing

After completion, a final inspection and clearance testing are performed. The area is visually inspected and samples are collected to confirm that both lead and asbestos levels are below regulatory thresholds. We diligently document the process through inspection reports, abatement plans, air monitoring results, and disposal records.


Waste Disposal

Lead and asbestos waste is transported to approved disposal facilities following regulations for both types of hazardous materials. Proper labeling and handling procedures are strictly observed to prevent environmental contamination.


Post-Abatement Report

We create a combined post-abatement report summarizing all activities conducted during the integrated lead and asbestos abatement process. This report serves as a record of compliance and provides a detailed account of the work performed.

Why Choose ATI Restoration?

Lead and asbestos abatement should only be handled by certified professionals. The complex nature of these hazardous materials and the potential risks associated with their removal make it essential to partner with a firm capable of doing the job right.

You can expect the following when you choose ATI Restoration for lead and/or asbestos removal:

Trained & Certified Professionals

Our technicians have completed all necessary training and certifications to remove lead and asbestos safely.

24-Hour Emergency Response

We answer the phones any time, day or night, and promptly send crews to evaluate the condition of your property.

Individualized Service

We account for special considerations that may apply due to the age and historical significance of the property.

Proper Assessment

Accurate identification of the affected areas guides our experts in developing an effective abatement plan.

Specialized Equipment

Our trucks and trailers are equipped with the tools and materials needed to properly abate asbestos and lead.

A Standard of Excellence

The utmost care is taken to thoroughly eliminate lead and asbestos hazards and reduce residual contamination.

Make Your Commercial Property Safe Again!

Asbestos and lead present serious risks not only to occupants, but to the value and compliance of your property. Property owners, facilities managers, department heads, and other stakeholders need to take action immediately if lead or asbestos is discovered.

For more than 30 years, ATI Restoration has been an industry leader in lead and asbestos abatement. Our professional solutions and peerless commitment to customer service ensure that each client’s needs and goals are met—if not exceeded.

Contact the experts at ATI Restoration immediately if you need lead and/or asbestos removal. We offer a 24-Hour Emergency Response and serve clients nationwide from 60+ locations.

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