Our Asbestos Removal Services
No matter what type of asbestos-containing material you may have on your property or where it may be located, AQHI Inc. can create and implement a plan for safe and thorough asbestos removal. However, we do have special experience and expertise in the following frequently requested asbestos removal services:
Asbestos Ceiling Removal
Keep asbestos dust out of your indoor air with asbestos ceiling removal.
The ceiling is actually one of the most dangerous places to have asbestos. Why? Because when the asbestos-containing acoustic texture becomes damaged, the asbestos dust isn’t going to just sit in place. Instead, any fibers that break free of the matrix are going to immediately become airborne. They could remain adrift in your indoor air for days, presenting a very real health hazard to anyone who takes a breath in your home or business. Fortunately, you can put an end to the risks posed by an asbestos ceiling texture, like cottage cheese or popcorn ceiling, by calling AQHI Inc. for asbestos ceiling removal. We will not only remove the ceiling material but also thoroughly filter your indoor air to remove airborne fibers.
Asbestos Duct Removal
Prevent the spread of airborne asbestos fibers with asbestos duct removal.
In past decades, the fire-retardant and insulating properties of asbestos made it seem like an ideal choice for ductwork. Of course, we now know that placing asbestos along the pathways that circulate air throughout any type of property was actually incredibly dangerous. If you have damaged asbestos insulation in and around your ductwork, realize that this situation could allow asbestos fibers to drift far from their source material and potentially contaminate your entire property. To contain and correct the contamination, call asbestos certified contractor AQHI, Inc. for professional asbestos duct removal.
Asbestos Roof Removal
Protect the indoor and outdoor environment on your property with asbestos roof removal.
Asbestos-containing roof materials are extremely problematic, because they can potentially contaminate your indoor air as well as the soil around your home or business. Fortunately, AQHI Inc. is qualified to remove and dispose of any type of asbestos-containing roof material safely using industry best practices. This includes roofing felt, asphalt roofing shingles, cement shingles, roof underlayment, sealants & mastics, flashing, and more. We work wet to minimize the possibility of asbestos fibers being released into the outdoor air, and we protect your indoor air from contamination by sealing all vents and access points before beginning work.
Asbestos Floor Tile Removal
Don’t risk kicking up dangerous dust from damaged floor tiles. Protect your property with asbestos floor tile removal.
Do you have damaged asbestos floor tiles in your home or business? You cannot afford to take another step on them—every step you take could cause more damage and allow more asbestos fibers to escape. Fortunately, you can get the fast and effective asbestos floor tile removal you need by contacting AQHI Inc. As an asbestos certified contractor, we know all the best practices that must be followed in order to remove asbestos floor tiles without allowing asbestos dust to contaminate your property in the process. You can rely on us to leave your property safe and clean after work is complete.
Asbestos Drywall Removal
Worried about health risks from damaged drywall? You need asbestos drywall removal.
If your drywall was installed between the 1960s and the 1980s, it is quite possible that it contains asbestos. Manufacturers used to add asbestos in order to strengthen the drywall sheets and improve sound absorption and fire resistance. It is also frequently found in the drywall mud used to seal joints and nail holes. Of course today we know that adding asbestos was dangerous, as any damage to asbestos-containing drywall could allow carcinogenic asbestos fibers to contaminate your property. At AQHI Inc., we know exactly how to eliminate the risks posed by asbestos drywall. We follow very strict procedures for asbestos drywall removal, including total sealing of the affected area, secure bagging of asbestos waste, continual air filtering, and thorough cleanup, to make sure we leave your property safe and hazard-free.