Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous material that was a popular building material from the 1950s to 1990s. It was used extensively because it is an insulator, has good fire protection properties, has tensile strength, and is resistant to chemical erosion.
Unfortunately, it’s hard to know if you’re home or business has asbestos because it is often mixed with other materials. However, if your property was a building built before 1990, it's likely that at least some parts of the building will contain asbestos.


  • Spray applied fireproofing

  • Mechanical insulation

  • Linoleum

  • Floor tiles

  • Drywall taping compound

  • Vermiculite

  • Asbestos cement board

  • Floor tiles

  • Asbestos cement pipes

  • Textured decorative coating (Stucco/Plaster)

Asbestos fibers can be released into the air in homes when:
Disturbing loose-fill vermiculite insulation which may contain asbestos.
Removing deteriorating roofing shingles and siding containing asbestos, or tampering with roofing felt that contains asbestos.
Ripping away old asbestos insulation from around a hot water tank.
Sanding or scraping vinyl asbestos floor tiles.
Breaking apart acoustical ceilings tiles containing asbestos.
Sanding plaster containing asbestos, or sanding or disturbing acoustical plaster that gives ceilings and walls a soft, textured look.
Sanding or scraping older water-based asbestos coatings such as roofing compounds, spackling, sealants, paint, putty, caulking or drywall.
Sawing, drilling or smoothing rough edges of new or old asbestos materials.

Before you start any renovations call us, we offer free inspections and quotes.
We are professional abatement/removal contractors who can help you to protect your family, or property occupants by utilizing latest equipment & techniques to prevent asbestos contamination.
We specialize in safe regulated removal practices of asbestos and mold.
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