Asbestos remediation and asbestos demolition services can help to protect you, your loved ones and or your employees from the harmful effects of asbestos exposure. If asbestos is left present in your home or business, it can cause a number of health issues. Remediating the asbestos from your property can make it a safe environment for residents and employees.
Are you unsure if there is asbestos present in your home or business? Contact a trusted professional for asbestos testing, asbestos testing & inspections confirm the absence of asbestos and provide peace of mind. If asbestos is found, professionals can safely remove and dispose of the hazardous materials.
If you have any concerns about asbestos in your home or business, contact Western Environmental Solutions. Our team works effectively, efficiently and safely to safely remediate asbestos from your property.
Asbestos is a fibrous material that can be made from a number of different base substances. Chrysotile, otherwise known as “white Asbestos” is the most common form of asbestos. Amosite or “brown asbestos” was used in construction and insulation materials. Crocidolite that is also called “blue asbestos” has been used for steel manufacturing and fire protection. Finally, Vermiculite is commonly found in attics of residential properties and was a common form of attic insulation. Each type of asbestos material can cause serious health issues and should be remediated immediately. Contact Western Environmental for asbestos and vermiculite removal.
Asbestos is a very dangerous material. This inhalation of asbestos can lead to a range of illnesses and choric diseases. Asbestos remediation processes can properly remove and dispose of any present asbestos in your home. Asbestos professionals can work to keep your property safe by ensuring that each step of the remediation process is fully completed. Asbestos remediation services from Western Environmental Solutions can help to improve the air quality and even resale value of your home or business.
The initial inspection of your property is a vital step towards any asbestos remediation project. Inspecting your property for signs of disrupted asbestos and asbestos materials/building products is the first step towards understanding which area of your home will need remediation services. Attempting your own asbestos inspection can lead to personal injury; increased risks of asbestos-related illnesses and unnecessary property damage. Disrupting asbestos increases asbestos exposure and asbestos-related health risks. Without the proper knowledge, your DIY asbestos inspections can disrupt the asbestos and leave asbestos unfound within your property.
Asbestos testing is the next step after signs of asbestos materials have been found in your property. Samples of these materials are taken and sent to a laboratory to be tested and to confirm if there is harmful asbestos present. If asbestos is not found, the home or business owners can have a piece of mind knowing the air in their home is safe from these contaminants. If asbestos is found in the samples, removal processes must begin. Asbestos testing is important to effectively rid your home or business of asbestos.
If the presence of asbestos is confirmed in your property, the asbestos removal methods that follow will help to remediate the property of harmful asbestos, improving the overall health and safety of the home or business. The affected areas of the property are completely sealed and contained to prevent further spread of airborne asbestos during the removal processes. Materials and insulation can then be taken out of your property and the area can then be completely cleaned. Finally, the asbestos is safely disposed of using industry regulated disposal standards. If you have any questions or concerns regarding asbestos removal contact us.