PROTECTING YOU & YOUR PROPERTY
Protecting you and your property is our utmost concern. Layers of plastic, tape, and protective sheeting are just some of the tools we use to tightly seal work areas. We take great care to protect you and you home while we are engaged in the restoration process. In addition, when we work on your window sashes, we will be protecting any open windows from the elements.
Lead poisoning is a serious health problem, especially for kids ages 6 and younger, and the primary source of that lead is dust from deteriorating lead paint. If you live in a house with lead paint, the issue doesn't have to interfere with your window restoration project. All of our lead workers and supervisors are trained certified and licensed by the EPA, HUD, and OSHA.
As the interior paint is removed, we follow the cleaning procedures as described in the EPA's Lead Waste Clean-up and Disposal web page.
We spend a lot of time getting the windows ready for a first class finish, rather than simply adding yet another layer of paint over top of the old one. This often means stripping the old layers of paint off before we apply that finished coat. Our painters may not appear to be the fastest, but that's because painting is a slow process. However, if the quality of the job matters to you, you can rest assured that our team will always provide you with a top notch paint job and leave you with operable windows.