Safety First


American Facade Restoration is an extremely safety-aware building restoration partner. We are proud of the precautions we take. Our safety record is a reflection of the professionalism we bring to every aspect of the job.

Employee Training

New requirements
for silica dust
exposure begins
Our employees are immediately trained to keep safety as their top priority. We consistently reinforce the importance of safety to our entire team. The team does an outstanding job of reminding each other of our priority in safety. Here is some of the training our employees receive:
  • All Employees have OSHA 10 Hour Training
  • All Project Managers and Superintendents have OSHA 30 Hour Training
  • All Employees are members of the COATS Program
  • All Employees are drug-tested prior to employment
  • All Employees are subject to random testing in a 15% pool
  • All Employees have Lead & Asbestos Training
  • Allways stay updated on existing and upcoming OSHA regulations

OSHA Regulations will be enforced September 23, 2017.

AFRs Response:
  • American Facade Restoration has been in the process to meet and exceed OSHA permissible exposure limits to silica dust.
  • We have invested in multiple Hepevacs and Grinding Equipment to meet this standard.
  • AFR WILL BE READY and IS READY to meet the new standards.
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OSHA Training

Hands-on Training

Bonding And Insurance

You need the peace of mind of a building partner that has a top rating in safety and performance. Just in case, you also need to know your restoration specialist can cover any liabilities. American Facade Restoration carries a full compliment of insurance and bonding coverage for your project.

Certifications And Memberships

You want a contractor that is informed within the industry. We hold many certification and industry association memberships, including:

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Where We Work

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