Asbestos Abatement


Asbestos Removal

Asbestos is typically associated with the development of several forms of cancer. Usually found in properties that were built in the 60s and 70s, it requires certification and a highly skilled team to remove it safely.


Asbestos was widely used in the process of making certain building materials. It can be found on stucco, mastic, lath & plaster, fireproofing, ductwork, acoustic ceiling, and drywall. 


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Asbestos is usually found and becomes dangerous when the material containing the substance is disturbed. This often happens during reconstructions, renovations, and demolitions.


Thus, once the material is disturbed, proper asbestos removal is necessary to minimize or prevent health threats to the property's occupants.


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Asbestos removal requires a certified team following procedures in line with all OSHA, EPA rules and regulations as well as with local and municipal regulations.  


Did You Know?

Can a homeowner remove asbestos on your own?

There are no regulations that ban or prevent a homeowner from removing asbestos. However, EPA strongly recommends that you hire a professional company to remove the asbestos safely.