Environmental Testing

If you suspect your property has lead, asbestos, or mold, testing may be warranted before any reconstruction or remodeling work begins. Environmental testing by a licensed professional will determine if hazards exist that will require additional remediation steps as well as precuations that will be necessary to protect those working in the affected area.

Atlantic Restoration & Remodeling Group recommends Environmental Health & Safety Consultants for professional environmental testing. Visit their website to learn more.

Lead Testing

Lead paint is commonly found in homes built prior to 1978. If your paint is peeling, deteriorating, has been disturbed due to property damage, or if you are planning selective demolition to remodel, testing for lead paint is warranted.

Asbestos Testing

Asbestos is common in older homes and can be found in numerous types of building materials. If testing confirms asbestos, a protocol will be developed for asbestos abatement and post-testing confirmation.

Mold Testing

Mold testing helps identify all areas of existing and potential mold growth in a property. Not all mold will be visible, so testing helps confirm the presence of elevated levels of mold spores, and clearance testing ensures successful remediation.