Renovation, Repair and Painting Program (RRP)
Middlessex Paint & Restoration Services operates in compliance with RRP regulations for safe lead removal, mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Labor Services. If you own a home that was built prior to 1978 it's important that you partner with a contractor who can safely remove or cover lead paint on your property.
As required by the EPA, we assign a Lead Safe Renovation Supervisor to every project that could potentially require the removal and disposal of lead paint. Our customers will receive a copy of the EPA's consumer lead-education pamphlet "The Lead Safe Certified Guide to Renovate Right." You can download the pamphlet from the EPA's website at www.epa.gov/lead/pubs/brochure.htm.
Safety is paramount when working with lead paint. We use all means available to control the spread of lead dust and toxins in the air. Our sanding equipment and vacuums are HEPA rated and RRP compliant. We use tarps, barriers and water mist to contain dust and debris. All job sites are wiped clean during and after the work is completed.
All of our employees are educated on the dangers of lead paint, wear the required protective equipment including P-100 rated respirators and Tyvek coveralls when required.
Dust Free Work Environment
Middlesex Paint & Restoration Services is committed to providing a safe work environment for our customers and workers. All of our sanding equipment carries full Unit HEPA Certification that meets or exceeds RRP regulations. Each sanding device is equipped with a zero bypass connection back to a main HEPA filtration system. The HEPA filtration system blocks lead and other toxins from entering the environment. All vacuums used for project cleanup are equipped with four stage HEPA filtration systems. The end result is a dust free workspace which is clean, convenient and safe.