Now that Atlanta’s annual deluge of tree pollen is almost over, it’s time to do some spring cleaning around the house. Washing windows, vacuuming cobwebs, and doing all of those annual deep cleaning chores will make your home feel sparklingly clean and fresh. But spring cleaning can also have
Buildings constructed before 1978 are very likely to contain lead-based paint, a hazard that many homeowners are aware of. However, single-family homes are not the only buildings at risk. Multi-family housing holds the same potential danger, making it imperative that property managers and landlords
If you’ve learned that there is asbestos present at your business location (or maybe you just suspect that there is) don’t panic! While asbestos is a dangerous material that requires removal and/or encapsulation by trained and licensed specialists, the asbestos abatement process is actually fairly
Historic restoration is one of the most gratifying services we provide here at Clean Environmental Group, so today we’re sharing a recent project we were honored to work on: Atlanta’s historic Biltmore Hotel. Constructed in 1924, this grand hotel still stands today as an excellent example of
The coronavirus pandemic has made people much more aware of our health—and threats to our health—than ever before. At the same time, most people are spending much more time at home than before; telecommuting, distance learning, and avoiding risky activities like dining out, going to the gym,
‘Tis the season for gift-giving, so why not give yourself a gift too, with renovations that increase home value? The ROI (return on investment) differs from project to project, but in general, there are some tried and true home renovations that you can count on to maximize your return at resale.
As an Atlanta contractor, you’re no stranger to the threat of asbestos, and you’re probably well aware of the risks. From the health and safety danger it poses to your crew, to the possibility of lawsuits and liability for improper handling, it’s clear that asbestos abatement needs to be left to the
After months of being stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, many homeowners are tackling those pesky home improvement projects that they've been putting off indefinitely. Before you embark on a home improvement, renovation, or restoration project, it’s important to know the basics of