AQHI Inc. was established in 1992 and incorporated in California in 1995. The firm provides environmental waste remediation services in homes and commercial buildings throughout Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. They have successfully completed over 50,000 projects, removing varied contaminants, including Asbestos, Mold, Lead, and Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs).
Their philosophy is simple: evaluate each project from a safety standpoint first, then find a cost-effective solution that will minimize disturbance and eliminate all risks.
The 1980’s were the decade of environmental awareness. In the 21st century, legal, financial and medical implications of environmental hazards have continued to shape the global economy. Evaluating environmental hazard risks is commonplace in all businesses associated with real property. AQHI, Inc. regulary works with:
Experience, prompt service and competitive pricing place AQHI, Inc. at the forefront of solutions in all settings.
Homeowners and businesses understandably prefer to place their trust in local firms – especially when hazardous materials are involved. In order to rapidly react to any emergency in Southern California, AQHI, Inc. has established locations in Rancho Cucamonga, Lake Forest and Van Nuys.
AQHI, Inc. maintains a complete line of insurance provided by secure, top-of-the-line, domestic carriers. The comprehensive general liability policy includes coverage for all pollution liability, specifically including asbestos, mold and lead. It is written on a true occurrence form with coverage for bodily injury and property damage of $2,000,000.
Company vehicles are insured on a comprehensive commercial automotive liability policy with bodily injury and property damage coverage of $1,000,000.
Workers’ Compensation insurance is written on standard workers’ compensation forms with limits of coverage equal to the amounts required by state law.
AQHI, Inc. has instituted a comprehensive in-house quality control program in which projects are inspected at random intervals by a compliance officer to ensure that regulatory standards are being met and projects are completed safely and professionally.