Asbestos has been around for decades and for a time, was widely used in construction projects, making materials stronger, better insulated, and fire-resistant.
Usually if left undisturbed, asbestos is not a threat. However, if the microscopic fibers are released into the air, they can be inhaled which can lead to serious health risks. Asbestos fibers embed themselves in the lungs and can cause lung damage and can lead to multiple types of cancer.
Do you have asbestos in your home?
Asbestos should never be handled without proper training and equipment.
Call Your Insurance Provider
Open a claim to deal with the asbestos removal from your home.
Initially, we will complete the appropriate testing to determine the extent of the problem. Moving forward, our technicians will contain the area and spray the asbestos with a binding agent. This prevents the fibers from becoming airborne. The contaminated materials are then removed, placed in bags and sealed. Our negative air machines and high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration systems will be in place for the duration of the project. We will work effectively and efficiently to get your home or office back to normal as quickly as possible.
We will conduct lab tests prior to and upon completion of the asbestos removal. This will provide you with peace of mind that the hazardous material has been completely removed.