Many property owners and tenants understand that buildings constructed prior to the 1980s used many asbestos-based products. Therefore, In these buildings, asbestos insulation can be found attached to columns, inside walls, etc. The material was also used in siding, roof tiles, flooring, wallboard, and even in adhesives.
However, this can make the renovation or demolition of older buildings extremely hazardous. Because of this, you may require a search for these materials be conducted beforehand. eScreenLogic’s asbestos inspections are conducted by experienced, highly trained professionals. Our inspectors will examine a property and identify any potential asbestos-containing material (ACM). Lastly, they will gather samples and send them to a laboratory for testing.
Ensuring that a property is clear of asbestos in a timely manner can be critical for obtaining building permits. This could also prevent a potential sale to go through. Due to this, we are sensitive to the needs of our customers. We understand that time can be in short supply. This is why we take pride in our ability to get on site and inspect areas of concern quickly and with minimal delay.
The EPA and OSHA have extremely strict regulations in place regarding the removal of asbestos containing materials. These regulations, as a result, ensure the safety of all people involved. From the crews handling the materials, as well as tenants, to those who happen to pass through or near affected areas.
Consequently, failing to adhere to these regulations can result in costly penalties and lawsuits. Thus, it’s extremely important to hire an experienced asbestos abatement service, with well-trained employees. These are experts who know proper procedure. They have a working knowledge of relevant regulations and the documentation necessary to show everything was done by the book.
Finally, our asbestos remediation experts have years of experience in removing all asbestos-containing construction materials, such as spray foam, insulation, vinyl tile, tile wrap, flooring felt, paper lining, siding, and more.