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Asbestos Abatement

Asbestos is often described as the hidden killer. Improper removal of these materials can release asbestos fibers into the air of your building, posing a possible health risk to you and other inhabitants. Let us help you to get rid of your Asbestos. Take care of yourself and your families health and breathe in a safe environment. We Provide Asbestos Removal / Abatement Services. All types of asbestos fibers are known to cause serious health hazards in humans.While it is agreed that amosite and crocidolite are the most hazardous asbestos fiber types, chrysotile asbestos has produced tumors in animals and is a recognized cause of asbestosis and malignant mesothelioma in humans.

Mold Removal

Mold can be a health concern where water damage was present. Especially if dampness has been undiscovered for long periods of time or anywhere that moist conditions exist. When mold spores are present in abnormally high quantities, they can present especially hazardous health risks to humans, including allergic reactions or poisoning by mycotoxins, or cause fungal infection (mycosis). Get Rid of Your MOULD Now! We Provide Muold Removal / Abatement Services.

Lead Removal

Lead exposure as a result of disturbing lead paint is becoming a prominent safety concern in renovation construction and demolition. Whenever renovating older buildings, lead exposure is a potential risk. Lead exposure has been linked to an array of ailments, from developmental disorders to hearing loss. Young children living in older homes or low-income areas are at the greatest risk and are most commonly exposed to lead through dust from lead-based paint.

Insulation Removal & Replacement

Asbestos insulation is a very common problem that many people have to deal with at some point. Several years ago, asbestos was commonly used in everything from shingles to floor tiles and asbestos insulation was used in many homes that were built in the 1950s and 1960s. Asbestos was long considered an ideal material for almost all types of insulation until its cancer-causing effects were revealed to the public. The naturally occurring mineral has a unique fibrous nature that allows it to take on a cotton-like consistency.

Asbestos Stucco Removal

Stucco Installation refers to making the stucco wet being applied to your preferred construction materials like metal, concrete, cinder block, bricks, and along the process will harden to a very solid dense. Once hardened, it will replace the less visually appealing material.

Most of the time, Stucco is used for coating outside of a building; plaster for interiors.

Vermiculite Insulation

We provide insulation removal and the replacement of old and improper insulation. We also specialize in the safe and effective asbestos insulation removal within attic spaces. Our certified environmental technicians remove the improper insulation with environmentally safe methods and replace it with effective heat regulating insulation such as batt or loose fill insulation.

ASBESTOS ABATEMENT & MOLD REMOVAL

10 SIMPLE STEPS TO COMPLYING WITH ASBESTOS ABATEMENT

Many homes built up until 1990 used products containing asbestos. Before you begin renovations or start demolishing an older home, follow these guidelines below to ensure the safe detection and removal of asbestos.

1 A pre-1990 house/building is to be demolished or renovated.


2 The building owner (or owner’s representative) or the employer (e.g., builder, demolition contractor) retains a qualified person (usually a consultant) to perform a risk assessment and asbestos survey before conducting work where asbestos may be disturbed.


3 The qualified person inspects the house/ building, collects representative bulk samples, and has the samples analyzed by a qualified laboratory.


4 The qualified person prepares a report that identifies all inspection results (including drawings, plans, or specifications), risk assessment, and scope of work for the abatement of the asbestos.


5 The report containing the inspection results is provided to the owner/employer. The inspection results must be available at the worksite whenever workers are on site.


6 The owner or employer retains trained asbestos abatement workers. A notice of project (NOP) with written work procedures is submitted to WorkSafeBC before commencement of asbestos removal work.


7 Safe removal and disposal of identified asbestos occurs.


8 After the asbestos removal the owner or employer receives written confirmation that the asbestos specified for removal on the NOP has been removed. A copy of the inspection results is on site.


9 The owner authorizes demolition of the house/building to proceed. The demolition employer proceeds to demolish house using safe work procedures. Copies of inspection results and post-abatement reports are on site.


10 If any asbestos is found during demolition, all work is to cease until a risk assessment is done and the asbestos is safely contained or removed. In this case, go back to step 7.