Kinsale Contracting Group specializes in hazardous waste, lead and mold removal in industrial, commercial and residential properties. When you suspect any of these hazardous conditions are present in your property, it’s essential to call highly trained and experienced professionals to safely address the situation.
The management staff at Kinsale Contracting Group averages more than 30 years of experience in demolition and environmental remediation services. Our supervisors and laborers are fully certified, licensed and cross-trained in all areas of work and receive continual training and certification in the latest industry technology and knowledge. When dealing with hazardous waste, lead and mold removal, maintaining a safe job site is our primary concern, so we adhere strictly to all industry, government and safety standards and regulations.
Mold and Microbial Remediation
Mold can result from any number of causes — the improper installation of building components, the constant dripping of an ice machine, lack of proper ventilation in the building envelope or a leak that occurred years ago.
Exposure to the toxic effects of fungi associated with mold contamination may cause health problems for a variety of individuals, especially those with immunodeficiency, the elderly and infants.
Industrial, governmental, institutional, commercial and residential buildings or structures built before 1978 may contain lead-based paint. Lead is highly toxic and can cause a range of health problems and damage to vital organs if absorbed into the body. Lead paint removal can be potentially hazardous, and it’s not advisable to try to remove lead paint on your own. Let our licensed specialists get the job done for you.
Hazardous Waste Cleanup
Construction and renovation projects can unveil materials that require prompt and special attention. Kinsale employees are trained in the latest procedures and techniques in identifying, sampling and properly disposing of hazardous materials including animal and bird excrement, PCB materials, mercury spills and other hazardous items.