Scarsdale, New York and Hartsdale, New York Asbestos Removal and Abatement

Danger from asbestos exposure is something the people of Scarsdale, NY and Hartsdale, NY share with the rest of the country. Asbestos is found in almost every home and commercial property built before 1978 and until it is removed and abated, the health risks continue.

Cancer, Mesothelioma, Asbestosis and pneumonia are some of the life-threatening lung diseases caused by asbestos exposure, yet until the late ‘70’s asbestos was used in the manufacturing of nearly every type of building material, including asbestos roofing and floor tiles, sheetrock, plaster, asbestos insulation and siding and even the common vermiculite “popcorn” ceilings. As the materials degrade over time, asbestos fibers are released, finding their way into the lungs of those exposed. The need to remove the asbestos is urgent and we can help.

We put our more than two decades of asbestos removal services in Hartsdale and Scarsdale experience to work for you by immediately sending in an independent testing company to sample the air and establish if asbestos is present. If it is, our certified team establishes a decontamination zone to avoid any further contamination and wets all hazardous material to prevent its dispersal as we begin our asbestos abatement. Negative air machines suck up any fibers released as we scrape and remove the asbestos, which is then taken away for disposal off-site.

Then begins asbestos abatement in which we seal all exposed areas with special shellac and thoroughly clean the zone with HEPA filter equipped vacuums. Once the air is tested again and comes back clean, we reassemble things the way we had found them, but now in a healthier environment, and allow your family or workers to return to the building, safe in the knowledge the danger from asbestos has passed.

Call (877) 645-1428 in Scarsdale, New York and Hartsdale, New York for a free asbestos removal and asbestos abatement consultation.

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