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Professional Abatement Products - Mold, Lead, Asbestos

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Abatement contractors deal with threats at a microscopic level. Lead-based paint, asbestos, and mold are three dangerous substances that require special procedures performed by professionals in order to ensure their successful abatement.

Lead-based paint dust, asbestos filaments, and mold spores can cause serious health problems to those exposed to them. These health complications include convulsions, coma, asthma, lung cancer, brain damage, and even death. Due to these serious health risks, Jon-Don highly recommends that abatement ONLY be performed by trained professionals.

Jon-Don understands the nature of this risky business. We know that you can’t afford to cut corners. Not only does it put the health and safety of you, your technicians, and building occupants at risk, but it also opens your business up to costly lawsuits and fines.

Jon-Don is fully stocked with the safety equipment that professional abatement contractors depend on. From protective coveralls to respirators, HEPA vacuums to sampling kits, abatement professionals can turn to Jon-Don for all their equipment and supply needs.

In addition to our huge in-stock inventory, Jon-Don also employs factory-trained service technicians at all locations nationwide. Our experienced service techs can perform repairs, diagnostics, and routine maintenance to keep your equipment working as hard as you do.

Whether you’re charged with abating mold, lead-based paint, or asbestos, Jon-Don highly recommends that professional contractors follow industry standards, OSHA rules, and all local, state, and federal regulations regarding the proper abatement and disposal of these hazardous substances.

For more information or assistance in selecting the proper products for your abatement jobs, please contact a Restoration Specialist at 800.400.9473.