We pride ourselves in safety and indoor environmental health concerns within a residence, business, or industrial atmosphere.
Our technicians are trained and certified to handle all of your asbestos removal needs no matter how extensive the job. We follow all required state and federal safety guidelines and procedures required for many different types of abatement.
Any material containing more than 1% asbestos must be disposed of as hazardous waste. Once disturbed asbestos fibers can easily be inhaled causing long term health effects such as mesothelioma or lung cancer. These fibers can and will scar lung tissue and continues to do so even throughout your life sometimes not showing up as a problem until 25 to 30 years later in life after exposure.
Asbestos was a mineral commonly used in materials for heat resistance, electricity, and chemical corrosion. It was used in combination with other materials used in thousands of industrial, maritime, automotive, scientific, and building products. Some friable and non-friable items include: pipe insulation, duct work insulation, batt and blown-in insulation, fireproofing material, some paints and plaster, some cloth products, spackling, patching, and taping compounds, gaskets, automotive brake pads, acoustic tiles, floor tiles, roofing material, and much more.