Our team offers a full range of services for asbestos testing, inspection, asbestos abatement and lead removal. No matter the size of the job, Abatement Services has the equipment and materials needed to make sure the job is done thoroughly and efficiently. Give us a call today; we are available to assist you around the clock!
Effective Asbestos Removal for Your Safety
Asbestos was commonly used as insulation in buildings until it was banned by the EPA in July of 1989. If your home was built before then, there is a chance that it may contain asbestos.
Asbestos is an extremely carcinogenic material, and exposure is directly linked to lung cancer, ovarian cancer, among others. If you believe your home contains asbestos, reach out to Abatement Services, LLC for asbestos abatement in Blackfoot, ID.
Professional Asbestos Abatement
Exposure to asbestos should be treated with the utmost seriousness, and left to professional abatement only. Our team at Abatement Services, LLC has the proper safety training and protective equipment to be able to effectively and safely remove asbestos from your home or business.
We follow all EPA and OSHA-mandated guidelines for our abatement services, so you can count on our team for proper asbestos removal. We offer same-day service!
What Is Asbestos Abatement?
Asbestos abatement is the systematic process of identifying, containing, removing, and safely disposing of materials containing asbestos to mitigate health risks associated with asbestos exposure. Asbestos, a naturally occurring mineral fiber, was once widely used in various building materials for its fire resistance and insulating properties. However, its inhalation can lead to serious health issues like lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis.
Why Is Asbestos Harmful?
Asbestos is harmful due to its microscopic fibers, which when disturbed, become airborne and easily inhaled. These fibers embed in lung tissue, leading to serious health issues like asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma. Asbestos exposure poses long-term risks even at low levels, with symptoms often manifesting years or decades later.
The process of removing asbestos can vary widely depending on the type of building, extent of asbestos contamination, and reason for removing asbestos. For example, a building slated for demolition would be handled differently than a school, home, or hospital.
Asbestos removal includes:
Confirming the use of asbestos in building's insulation
Prepping the area for removal by ensuring all particles and fibers are contained with airtight plastic, HEPA filters, negative air machines
Full and complete removal of asbestos insulation as well as abatement of all particles and fibers
Clean up and testing to confirm there are no remaining contaminants
There is no margin for error when it comes to removing asbestos from your home our commercial building, which is why our team takes the job very seriously. We are thorough and committed to meeting and exceeding our customer's expectations.
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