IDENTIFY AND TEST
The first step to understanding the full scope of your project is identifying the asbestos materials in question and testing them to verify that they are positive for asbestos. Depending on the type of material, you may be able to collect the sample yourself or hire a certified asbestos technician to handle this for you. Once we have more information regarding the nature of your project and potential concerns, we can guide you to the next steps.
We have extensive experience working with homeowners, commercial property owners, buyers under contract looking to understand budgetary expenses, realtors, contractors and property developers to name a few.
- Selling your home? Be sure to eliminate any asbestos containing materials that may prevent you from getting top dollar for your home.
- Buying a home? Make sure that your home inspector is also a certified asbestos contractor that can positively identify asbestos materials as well as collect samples to send to a laboratory all while on site performing your inspection.
- Are you a Contractor or Property Developer? The city will require you to provide them with an asbestos survey performed by a certified asbestos contractor before you can remodel or demo the property.
- A Homeowner doing DIY projects? Let us help you identify and test asbestos materials before you unwittingly expose your home and family to the dangers of asbestos.
- A Realtor assisting your buyer or seller? Let us help you look good! We are available to answer questions regarding materials that contain asbestos, how to advise your client, help them budget for abatement projects or use as a negotiating tool.
MOST COMMON ASBESTOS MATERIALS
• 9×9 Tiles
• Mastic / Tile Adhesive
• Attic Insulation / Vermiculite
• Tape On Ductwork
• Vinyl Flooring
• Drywall / Mud / Plaster