No project is too big or too small
Removing lead-based paint improperly can increase the danger to your home, school or work environment and require costly cleanup, fines, and delays to ensure a lead-safe environment.
?In 1991, the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) characterized lead poisoning as the number one environmental threat to the health of children in the United States? Lead does not break down naturally, so it can remain a problem until removed. The greatest threat is breathing or ingesting dust from lead-based paint?? reports Colorado State University, colostate.edu.
JKS Industries president, Jeffrey Knight promises, ?Our management team has more than 40 years of combined experience executing lead abatement projects in private, public, occupied, and/or unoccupied structures. No project is too big or too small. Our team is ready to own your project from start to finish ? from plan design to closeout documentation.?
JKS provides EPA and OSHA accredited and licensed technicians and upholds all lead abatement regulations according to federal and Colorado state laws. Upon request JKS can provide a teaming partner to perform risk assessments, stabilization reports, and final clearances.
Individuals and/or businesses that should get an assessment:
- Home owners pre-1978
- Sellers/Property Managers/Landlords/Real Estate Agencies of pre-1978 housing
- Insurance companies
- Government agencies: Veterans Administration, USDA, Community Actions, Housing Authorities.
- Child Care providers/facilities
Eliminate lead base paint hazards in your home, school, or office building.
Book your assessment today.