How To Remove Lead Paint

March 24, 2022

Lead-based paint was outlawed for use in residential homes in 1978, after the dangers associated with lead — like seizures, organ failure, joint pain, cognitive impairment, and even death — had become apparent.  Homes built before the ban are, however, highly likely to contain lead paint. A shocking 87 percent of homes constructed prior to 1940 will feature lead paint in the United States. Even after health concerns were raised, lead paint was still used, and 24 percent of homes built between 1960 and 1978 either still have some lead paint, or used to.  The risk is severe enough that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) advises homeowners to simply assume that any pre-1978 home contains lead paint, and to contact a professional inspector to carry out a thorough assessment.  How to Identify Lead Paint Are you the type of person who prefers to do things on their own — whether to save money or … Continued

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Follow These 6 Steps to Safely Mitigate Lead Found in Your Home (Part 2)

December 17, 2021

Not only does lead pose a health risk to you and your family, but it can also significantly decrease the value of your Phoenix property. If you do have lead in your home, you will want to take steps to safely prevent it from becoming loose and being inhaled by members of your family. The team at Zona Restoration has been assisting families since 2012 with our lead removal services. Taking these steps will keep your family, and your home, safe from the dangers of lead. 

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Why Should a Professional Test Your Home for Asbestos?

September 15, 2021

Asbestos is a very dangerous substance that was used in creating building and construction materials prior to 1980. If you have an older home, your family could be at risk of exposure to this hazardous element. By hiring Zona Restoration, any asbestos found in your Chandler area home will be handled according to proper health and safety regulations. Keep reading to learn more about our professional asbestos practices.

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