Lead and Mould Abatement

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Keating, with many years of experience has developed expertise in lead and mould abatement. Proper methods of removal, in accordance with government guidelines require assessment and adherence to protocol for its removal. In industrial settings, lead is frequently found in paints used in the mid 1900’s in areas such as boiler rooms, electrical rooms, in industrial vessels and in exterior coatings of pipelines.
Mould grows in areas of high moisture. High moisture issues have to be addressed as mould spores, once present, readily become airborne creating hazardous health conditions for humans and damaging both structures and internal product. The continued presence of moisture causes moulds, which spread to all building finishes including drywall, carpet, floor, ceiling tiles and wood products. Government guidelines provide recommendations for its removal. When high levels of mould are determined, being Level 3 and upwards, Keating sets up a containment area with negative air pressure and all air is filtered with a HEPA filter for the safe and effective removal.