Encol Construction Now a Lead-Safe Certified Organization

Denver, CO, May 29, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Denver-based commercial and residential contractors Encol Construction have announced that they’re now a Lead-Safe Certified organization. The company’s expertise in this area will enable the Encol Construction team to prevent possible instances of lead exposure through work safe practices that support a clean renovation process.

Oftentimes, maintenance and renovating activities can lead to the creation of toxic dust, which can harm homeowners, workers and those in the local environment. In order to ensure that all companies involved in the construction trades abide by specific regulations to prevent lead exposure, the federal government has created the Renovating, Repair and Painting training program. Through this program, construction companies across the US can undergo training through an EPA-approved training provider. This step-by-step course covers a range of areas related to lead-safe working practices, including symptoms of lead exposure, the dangers of lead-based paint and team responsibilities and regulatory requirements.

The Encol Construction team members have now completed this training program and are therefore certified to carry out professional construction services that significantly reduce the threat of lead exposure. Each of the team members at Encol Construction has now been trained to follow lead-safe construction practices. Now not only can property owners look forward to a higher standard of safety when they select the Encol Construction team for their next renovation project, they will know their project will be in accordance with all federal and municipal laws and regulations.
To learn more about Encol Construction and the range services they provide, please contact the company directly. Alternatively, clients can visit their business website at www.encolconstruction.com to review the organization’s entire services catalogue as well as previous examples of their work or call 303-400-4357.
Encol Construction
Darin Swick