Nationwide Asbestos Abatement


servicespage-AAOur asbestos abatement services will remove any harmful health hazards caused by long term exposure to an area that has asbestos. Asbestos decontamination is not a process that can be completed by just anyone; our licensed, insured and certified asbestos abatement contractors are familiar with the abatement process and can guarantee your safety upon completion. We offer professional asbestos removal services Nationwide.

Certified Asbestos Abatement Contractor

Asbestos is not just thought to lead to serious health complications, which can lead to death. No, it is known to kill. Thousands of people die each year as a direct result from asbestos exposure in the US and the number is projected to rise. Unfortunately, most of these people work hard workers that handled this toxic, yet natural forming group of fibers. Globally asbestos is known for its toxic nature and lethal consequences of long-term exposure. This is exactly why it Asbestos has been completely banned from over 40 countries, such as Egypt, France, U.K., Ireland, Australia and many others. The US has discontinued the mining of asbestos but it continues to allow it with manufacturing, distribution and importation regulations. The fact that counties around the world have banned this product completely should be a good indication that you should not, ever, try to remove asbestos from a location of your concern. No matter how much research you do on the topic of self-removal, there is no way that you can guarantee the safety of yourself while completing the removal or the safety of the environment after you are done.

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a group of multiply different naturally occurring fibers. They have been commonly used in the construction industry due to their immediate benefits. Asbestos, formally referred to as a ‘Miracle Fiber’ gave the construction industry an affordable, easily mass produced product that was fire resistant, impervious to chemicals, could withstand water and does not conduct electricity. But the long-term cost of this fast profit product would be later discovered and the cost would be the health and lives of many hard working people.

Types of Asbestos:

  • Amosite (Brown Appearance)
  • Chrysotile (White Appearance)
  • Crocidolite (Blue Appearance)
  • Tremolite (Gray Appearance)
  • Actinolite (Gray Appearance)
  • Anthophyllite (Gray Appearance)

When is Asbestos Considered Dangerous?

The chances are very high that you have asbestos in your home other property if it was built prior to 1980. Though that can be an alarming, there is some comfort…asbestos is only a hazard if it becomes airborne. If it is stationary it is little to no threat, if you are concerned that your home may have asbestos, we can test it and bring you the facts. If you are considering remodeling, adding more insulation or tearing up any area that you may think has asbestos it is critical that before you start your process you get a professionals opinion.

Items that Contain Asbestos:

  • Insulation (pipe, boiler, duct)
  • Floor Tiles
  • Cement
  • Roofing Materials
  • Brake Pads
  • Popcorn Ceiling Texture
  • Textured Paint
  • Other Older Construction Materials

Airborne Asbestos Cleanup

Disturbing products that contain asbestos is where the real threat lies. Once moved or torn up the dangerous asbestos fibers get released. Once the fibers are airborne they can then be inhaled into the lungs or ingested through the mouth. Once they enter the body, they do not leave and can cause a variety painful, harmful and deadly health problems such as Mesothelioma Cancer, Lung Cancer and Asbestosis.

Asbestos Decontamination Professionals

The asbestos epidemic has not yet passed, keep your family safe by hiring certified professionals to complete asbestos removal that complies with regulations and eliminates your risk of exposure. Asbestos does not have a smell and the tiny fibers are not visibly recognizable, if you have any concerns about possible asbestos located on your property contact us for answers. We offer asbestos testing and removal and have all the necessary licenses, certifications, procedures and safety equipment to guarantee your safety.

Contact SuicideCleanup.com for professional asbestos abatement at (844)255-2462.

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