Asbestos was commonly used in commercial properties a few decades back for its natural properties to repel heat and fire, soundproof rooms, as well as guard against chemical and electrical damage. The
Many homes/buildings built pre-1978 may contain asbestos (although contractors were allowed to use remaining supplies so structures built as late as 1986 could still have asbestos in their acoustic ceilings), which was used in spray-applied flame retardant, thermal system insulation, and in a variety of other materials.
However, incidents of health issues began to surface as studies proved that asbestos can be harmful to people. Conditions like lung cancer, mesothelioma and asbestos were diagnosed in patients that experienced prolonged exposure to asbestos fiber. As such, its removal in businesses became the norm in more recent times and the use of alternative insulation materials
Asbestos Testing and Removal
Each building undergoes a rigorous testing phase to check for any presence of the hazardous material on your property. If any traces have been found, we then seal off the area and make use of negative pressure machines installed with HEPA filters to thoroughly remove any asbestos fibers.
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We are more than happy to assist you in any way possible. If you have other concerns, including fire damage, water damage or mold remediation, we can help you out as well. Give us a chance to help with your situation and to put your mind at ease. Our personnel are dedicated to excellence on each project, from residential work to multi-million dollar federal projects, and anywhere in between. If you have asbestos issues that need to be investigated or you need to get a removal estimate, call us today at 855-499-1915.