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Lead Paint Management and Window Restoration

Our lead management disposal plans comply with EPA and OSHA standards for all window restoration tasks both on-site and in-shop. Our team is trained to act according to guidelines established by the Environmental Protection Agency and to comply with OSHA standard 1926.62.

Chosen Wood Window Maintenance does not sand painted surfaces of windows or frames containing lead paint on job sites. On-site repairs of frames and sashes are scraped to avoid the spread of dust particulate. If sanding is performed, this is done on unpainted surfaces or newly epoxied surfaces.

Our lead management process includes:
⦁ Trained and experienced team with appropriate equipment.
⦁ Interior barriers positioned at each opening to block debris from entering the building interior.
⦁ Protective barrier or sheeting placed on areas below paint scraping to contain lead paint debris.
⦁ Use of debris-catching devices inside the window openings to catch paint chips as sash are scraped.
Vacuum hoses attached to scraping tools to catch debris during scraping.
⦁ Frequent work site cleaning as work progresses to reduce the spread of dust and paint chips.
⦁ Use of a HEPA vacuum to collect paint chips and dust that settle on surfaces.
⦁ Proper offsite disposal of construction debris as it is created and bagged.


Chosen Wood Windows can perform lead paint removal during the restoration process for your vintage windows. Whatever you need, we can make it happen.

Contact Us Today to Start Your Commercial or Residential Window Restoration

Looking for a reliable historic restoration contractor who can work on multiple types of vintage commercial and residential windows? We can remove old lead-based paint safely, according to EPA guidelines, and restore your windows. Complete our form below for a free estimate for your vintage window repair or restoration. We are excited to hear from you.

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