| Jaydon Restoration |
Certified Lead-Fee Renovator
EPA requires that firms performing renovation, repair, and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in pre-1978 homes, child care facilities and schools be certified by EPA and that they use certified renovators who are trained by EPA-approved training providers to follow lead-safe work practices.
"Compliance with the new Lead EPA rules will impact some of the facilities which we will encounter in many areas of our restoration and reconstruction activities," says Jaydon Restoration owner Henry LaBrie. "Renovation, Repair & Painting while Cutting, Drilling & Demolition can create hazardous lead dust and chips which can be harmful to adults and children. Jaydon Restoration is a certified lead-free renovator and is ensuring that its work practices are safe for our customers and their property." Jaydon Restoration will closely monitor the certification of all its vendor subcontractors to ensure compliance with the new EPA Lead RRP requirements, according to Quality Assurance Manager Dan Raszler. Failure to comply with the new rule can result in daily fines of as much as $37,500.
| Fire Damage Restoration |
Not all smoke damages are the same and each type brings about different conditions that must be dealt with accurately in the property restoration process. For example, restoration techniques required for a protein-based fire are substantially different than those employed in a primarily cellulose-fueled fire.
Many times people are concerned about lingering or returning odors in a fire damage. Improperly restored, a project can look perfect, but odors can remain. Understanding what makes up the odor and how it might be located in hidden areas can mean the difference between a project done right and one that may look good (but still smells bad).
Our experience and training gives us the confidence to offer a no-smoke odor guarantee for any structure or its contents that are restored by Jaydon Restoration according to our specifications.