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Expert Lead Abatement for Your Peace of Mind

Lead is a highly toxic substance that can cause severe health problems, especially in children and pregnant women. When your property is a risk for lead exposure, it’s normal to feel stressed and fearful. 

At BridgeTower Restoration, we understand your feelings in response to potential lead exposure. Lead abatement services are crucial in ensuring that homes, schools, and workplaces are free from lead-based hazards. These services can include testing for the presence of lead, removing lead-based paint, and encapsulating or covering lead-based materials to prevent their release. Our experts have the training and equipment to ensure the safe and effective removal of lead-based materials.

The BridgeTower Difference

Licensed & Certified

Our team is Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) licensed and follows specific work practices to deliver sure-proof results.

Advanced Resources

We know the best removal methods and have effective encapsulation tools to ensure lead exposure is mitigated.

Satisfaction Guratanteed

We promise to deliver lasting results when performing lead abatement. If you’re dissatisfied with our work, let us know and we’ll make it right.

Benefits of Lead Abatement Services

Lead abatement services typically offer a range of services aimed at reducing or eliminating lead hazards in homes, buildings, and other structures. Here are some of the benefits of lead abatement services:

  1. Improved Health: Lead abatement services can help to reduce the risk of lead poisoning and other health problems associated with lead exposure.
  2. Compliance with Regulations: Many states and municipalities have laws and regulations governing lead abatement, particularly in older buildings. Lead abatement services can help property owners and managers stay in compliance with these regulations, avoiding potential fines and legal problems.
  3. Increased Property Value: Buildings that have undergone lead abatement may be more attractive to potential buyers or renters, particularly those with families or young children who are concerned about lead exposure.
  4. Peace of Mind: Lead abatement services can provide property owners and managers with peace of mind, knowing that their buildings are free from lead hazards and that they’re doing their part to protect the health and safety of their tenants or occupants.

Lead Abatement Made Easy


We’ll arrive on-site to assess the damage before creating a customized lead abatement plan.


From inspection to full removal or encapsulation of lead, we do all the work.


You can rest easy knowing your property is returned to safety.

Lead Abatement Services You Can Trust

If you need professional assistance with lead abatement in properties located in Newark and surrounding areas, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team at BridgeTower Restoration. We’re dedicated to providing fast, reliable service to return your life and property back to normal. Contact us today for immediate lead abatement service.

Dangers of Lead exposure

Lead exposure can have severe health consequences including:

  1. Brain and Nervous System Damage: Lead exposure can damage the brain and nervous system, resulting in learning difficulties, decreased IQ, behavioral problems, and seizures.
  2. Developmental Delays: Exposure to lead can cause developmental delays in children, leading to problems with growth and development.
  3. Anemia: Lead exposure can cause anemia, which can result in fatigue, weakness, and reduced immunity.
  4. Kidney Damage: Lead exposure can damage the kidneys, leading to kidney failure.
  5. Reproductive Problems: Lead exposure can cause reproductive problems in both men and women, including reduced fertility and an increased risk of miscarriage.
  6. Cardiovascular Disease: Lead exposure can increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure.
  7. Digestive Problems: Lead exposure can cause digestive problems, including abdominal pain, constipation, and nausea.
  8. Impaired Hearing: Lead exposure can cause hearing loss.