Just about everyone knows that asbestos exposure is harmful, but many people unwittingly expose themselves and others to asbestos particles because they don’t request an asbestos evaluation from a certified asbestos removal company like .
Where can asbestos be found?
Asbestos used to be used almost universally in homes and commercial properties because it has remarkable insulating and fire-retardant properties. It used to always be used in acoustic ceiling texture, floor coverings, roofing materials, heating duct insulation, and drywall joint compound. Many buildings manufactured or updated before the 1970s still contain asbestos and as such, must be treated very carefully to avoid exposing people to its harmful fibers.
Asbestos exposure is serious business
Scientific research conducted in the 1970s found that asbestos exposure was incredibly harmful, and could be a factor in serious diseases such as mesothelioma and asbestosis. Anytime a material that contains asbestos is disturbed either from a renovation, demolition, or remodel, it releases fibers (some of which are microscopic) that may…READ MORE →
Asbestos duct removal is no easy project, and it’s one that’s definitely best left up to the professionals at . While it’s not a very simple project, it’s an important one. While asbestos used to be regarded as the best material for ducts because it’s fire retardant and an effective insulator, later studies found it to be extremely detrimental to health. If asbestos-containing ducts aren’t removed effectively, asbestos fibers could contaminate your entire property.
Leave your asbestos duct removal needs to the experts at years, so you can definitely trust your asbestos duct removal project to our capable hands.
What will happen first
Call to contact one of our representatives today. We’ll set up a date and time to come check out your property and evaluate its current asbestos issues. You may have asbestos in your property’s ducts as well as other areas. If so, it’s definitely a wise idea to get it all removed at once to make sure people aren’t being exposed to harmful asbestos fibers.