Heritage Lead Paint Stripping & Removal
Lancaster Painters Australia offer a professional and safe lead paint removal service for heritage buildings and houses. Gary Lancaster successfully completed the Lead Paint and Asbestos Management course CPCCPD3011A, to safely and sensitively test and remove lead and asbestos. We therefore follow the AS 4361.2:1998 specification on lead paint stripping, providing the user with knowledge, options and methods. It also makes it clear that in addition to the “normal” performance standards, a Clearance Standard has been established. Lancaster Painters Australia use this specification to ensure that the areas are left free of lead hazards.
“We are undertaking a staged maintenance program on our heritage listed property in Rockdale, Sydney. This includes extensive lead paint removal and remediation, followed by painting to a heritage colour scheme. We contracted Lancaster Painters Australia Pty Ltd for this work in early 2012, primarily because of their technical knowledge and previous experience. We also appreciated their flexibility with a program that had to react to unforeseen delays and discoveries, and their ability to work around this and accommodate us. The first stage work was recently completed whilst we remained resident on site, with minimal disruption to our family and without any delays. We found Gary to be courteous and helpful throughout, and generous with his time, samples and advice. The work completed so far has been of the highest standard and we are very happy with the outcome. We will continue to use Lancaster Painters Australia Pty Ltd for the remainder of our project and recommend them unreservedly.” Allan
“I would highly recommend Lancaster Painters. I found them to be very knowledgeable and thorough as well as easy and pleasant to deal with. Removing lead is a delicate process and Lancaster Painters handled everything with great care and attention to detail. They kept me informed of every stage and I’m convinced that the walls in my house are now in a better condition than they were when they were built.” Elinor