Asbestos Removal

We know that safety rates higher than our bottom line... which means you get low-cost, competitive prices on your asbestos work, without sacrificing the quality of work we are known for.

Our team is dedicated to providing cost- effective solutions to complex asbestos removal, testing, and decontamination work, with safety as our first priority. Every team member is trained with the regulations and code for proper asbestos removal. We devote ongoing efforts to update our staff knowledge and skills as well as increasing our knowledge and implementing new technology in order to provide the utmost safety.

Our extensive experience and understanding of asbestos removal will prevent costly mistakes from happening in your property, and an extensive understanding of the industry and regulations promote compliance, thereby streamlining the process and ensuring a quick and clean resolution to your asbestos issues. 

Before and After

Slide the arrows to view a before and after shot of an asbestos removal project on exterior stucco.

Types of Asbestos
Generally, there are two types of asbestos, which are friable and non-friable.
Friable, means any material that contains fibres in the form of powder. It can be easily crumbled and reduced to dust by pressure. 
Examples of friable materials:Insulation, Drywall Joint Compound, and Ceiling Stipple.
Non-Friable, is when fibres are used as mixing materials and bonded to another material. It cannot be crumbled by pressure when dry.
Examples of non-friable materials: Stucco, Vinyl, or Roof Shingles. 
The Asbestos Removal Process

Testing and Identification

One of our experts will meet you on site and identify the possible areas where asbestos may be. Testing will be performed and samples will be taken to the lab to confirm if the material is containing or not. Asbestos cannot be identified with the naked eye. 

Removal of Material

Asbestos materials will be removed in accordance to code and regulation by experts. 

Air Mointoring

Third Party Air monitoring is done all throughout the abatement process in order to test the quality of air. 

Building Containment

After the areas of asbestos have been confirmed, our team will build containment around that area, ensuring no fibres will contaminant the environment outside of the work site.

Sealing Site

Once all asbestos material has been safely removed from the containment, our team will do a final glue-out of the site with certified asbestos sealant to ensure that any possible fibres will not become airborne.

Air Clearance

A final air clearance will confirm that all asbestos fibres have been removed from the site and that regular work may continue. 

Hiring An Asbestos Contractor


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