From San Louis Obispo to San Francisco, Sonoma County, and everywhere in between, Central Valley Environmental has been recognized for providing their customers across Northern and Central California with asbestos abatement services.
Fresno, CA, May 07, 2015 –(PR.com)– What many people fail to realize is that they can also be living with another silent killer: lead poisoning. In order to ensure that families are not being slowly poisoned inside their own homes, Central Valley Environmental offers several lead abatement services.
For the most part, lead is not initially harmful to humans; it is only when lead paint turns into leaddust that it can cause a problem. Once lead becomes dust, it is incredibly easy to mistake it for other dust. As a result, homeowners may accidentally breathe it in, or ingest it in, accidentally through the cross-contamination of dust-laden surfaces.
That is why homeowners are cautioned against trying to get rid of the problem themselves. Using a burning hot instrument, scraping, chemically removing, or sandblasting a surface that is covered in lead paint can result in potentially lethal lead dust. Central Valley Environmental contractors are all fully licensed and will ensure that any source of lead poisoning is taken care of using the proper lead abatement methods: paint removal, enclosure, encapsulation, and replacement.
To learn more about Central Valley Environmental and their lead abatement or asbestos abatement services, visit their website today at http://cvalleyenvironmental.com/.
About Central Valley Environmental
Central Valley Environmental has been proudly serving businesses and homeowners across Northern and Central California for over 25 years. They provide each and every one of their clients with reliable, safe, and cost-effective services because they believe that everyone deserves to live free from the deadly effects of asbestos. Central Valley Environmental also offers a range of other services from asbestos removal, lead abatement, demolition, deconstruction, and more.
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