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To see how we have helped customers with downtime to their property damage mitigation, restoration, and extensive insurance claim documentation and facilitation.

We understand that disaster can strike in an instant and the longer your facility or home is exposed to the elements, the more damage that is done…

Our goal is to minimize downtime, reduce negative impact, and get you back to normal quickly.  We also want your project to be worked on safely and compliant with Federal and State regulations.  That’s why Full Circle wants to be onsite, at your project, immediately.

We respond to your call immediately and we have the assets and resources to make things happen fast including Emergency Mitigation/Water Extraction, Insurance Claim Documentation & Facilitation, Dehumidification and other essential services.  One of our professional mitigation experts follows up with an on-site inspection and insurance claim compliant estimate(s).  

Unique “Lead Removal Project” – Mound of compromised Ammo for an Outdoor Police Training Range prior to Fire Damage Mitigation

If your facility or home has not been surveyed, inspected, profiled or tested and it is unknown as to whether it  contains Lead, contact Full Circle Restoration. Full Circle has certified professionals trained to remediate and abate Lead. We can help you identify, test, confirm, and then, if needed, implement an effective Remediation/Abatement protocol to remove the contaminant and restore your building or home, returning it to a safer condition.

If your facility or home was constructed before 1978 it is likely to contain lead-based paint possibly hidden under one or more coats of paint from later projects. According to the US EPA, renovation, repair, or painting work done in those facilities could release hazardous lead dust which can be harmful to you and your tenants, residents and guests.  It is for this reason that Full Circle Restoration tests for lead prior to performing any activity that could disturb lead and create a cross contamination risk. 

Additionally, Lead or other hazardous contaminants may be present in certain environments and in forms which may not be obvious to people unfamiliar with the facility or home.  This is another reason why we recommend a call to Full Circle when you are dealing with an emergency mitigation situation or considering renovation or remodeling a structure.

You may find valuable information at the US EPA’s Lead website to help you meet the Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) rule which provides important protections for you and your facility/home, and also requires that you take certain actions to protect your business/occupants/visitors/residents/family.  Click here (https://www.epa.gov/lead) for more information.

Calling Full Circle will not only deal with the primary issue/situation, it will also help to reduce the risk of secondary damage due to the unknown.  Upon receiving your call we will connect you with one of our Trained/Certified Lead Renovation Experts, who will immediately schedule an appointment for an on-site inspection to determine the best course of action. If it is determined that we will move forward with remediation, this professional will prepare estimate(s), schedule the project, once it is into production, they will follow-up to schedule a third-party hygienist for clearance testing (if necessary) and prepare the associated supporting documentation and invoice(s).

Our goal is to get you back on your feet and back in business fast… Minimizing downtime, business interruption, lost revenue, and lost productivity in an already inconvenient situation.

Full Circle is a US EPA Lead Safe Certified Firm and has trained and certified mitigation and remediation experts who:
1. Specialize in creating a safe work environment.
2. Perform work on our projects, and
3. Inspect quality of work, evaluate compliance with regulations and ensure adherence to protocol.
FCR has fulfilled the requirements of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Section 402, & has received certification to conduct lead-based paint renovation, repair, & painting activities pursuant to: 40 CFR Part 745.89 in the jurisdiction of: all EPA Administered States, Tribes & Territories – Effective: 06/08/2010
Lead Paint Peeling on an older Single-Family Home considering a remodeling project