Whether it's getting your home remodeled or fixing damage that's been done to your home, we're here to help you every step of the way.
All About Home Improvement, LLC has been around since 1985, so we really mean it when we say we're here to help you.
All-A-Bout Home Improvement, LLC was founded by Peter Mangan, who has over 31 years of residential and commercial construction experience. We are an owner-operated business and believe in working with each customer as if they were "part of our family". We do each job as if it were our own and work directly with you until completion. We want you to be happy and continue to come back to us for all your future home improvement needs.
We are located in Forked River, NJ and service all of Ocean and Monmouth Counties. We are fully insured, licensed and EPA Certified in Renovations, Repairs and Painting (RRP). We stand behind all our work. You can count on us to mean what we say and say what we mean!!
All-A-Bout Home Improvement, LLC is central New Jersey's complete home improvement contractor. We are fully insured, licensed and EPA Certified in Renovations, Repairs and Painting (RRP).
Beginning April 2010, any contractor who disturbs just six square feet of lead paint while working in a pre-1978 home, school or daycare center, now, must be Lead-Safe Certified according to the Renovation Repair & Painting Rule. Therefore, Contractors have until October 1st to register for a class and become certified. EPA will be enforcing penalties to those who don't. So protect yourself and make sure your contractor is certified.
Information for Homeowners Working at Home: If you are a homeowner performing renovation, repair, or painting work in your own home, EPA's RRP rule does not cover your project. You have the ultimate responsibility for the safety of your family or children in your care. If you are living in a pre-1978 home and planning to do painting or repairs, please read a copy of EPA's Renovate Right: Important Lead Hazard Information for Families, Child Care Providers, and Schools (PDF) lead hazard information pamphlet.
Why Do You Need to Be Concerned About Lead? Lead is a toxic metal that was used for many years in products found in and around our homes. Lead also can be emitted into the air from motor vehicles and industrial sources, and lead can enter drinking water from plumbing materials. Lead may cause a range of health effects, from behavioral problems and learning disabilities, to seizures and death. Children six years old and under are most at risk.
If inhaled or swallowed the dust can cause irreversible damage to children and adults
The smallest amount of dust from renovations, repairs or painting can contaminate an entire home
Any renovation or repair in any pre-1978 house or child-occupied facility must now be an EPA Certified Renovator
Common Sources of Lead Poisoning:
Lead contaminated dust
Lead contaminated residential soil
Deteriorating lead-based paint