A lot of houses and commercial spaces still have lead-painted surfaces, seeing as the hazardous material hadn’t been outlawed until 1978. If found, the removal of lead-based paint is one method to ensure the safety of your building’s occupants. However, when considering abatement, it’s important to understand the approaches to lead paint removal and whether sandblasting or pressure washing is a more effective technique. [Read more…] about Lead Paint Removal: Is Sandblasting or Pressure Washing More Effective?
If an inspection detects hazardous material in your home or business, such as asbestos, lead paint, or toxic mold, the next step is to remove it. This blog is going to guide you through the various steps and tools a hazardous remediation and removal company like Fiber Control, Inc. would use when it comes to making a building safe from hazardous materials. [Read more…] about Hazardous Material Removal: What to Expect
Sandblasting is an effective way of cleaning any hard surface quickly and completely. While similar to power washing, sandblasting – also known as abrasive cleaning for the various mediums that can be used in the process – is the use of sand or another granule with high-pressure air to remove grime, paint, or even wall coverings like stucco from brick, concrete, CMU, or other hard surfaces. Below we’ll go over the common applications, and when sandblasting is something you should use. [Read more…] about When Should You Use Sandblasting?