What is Asbestos?

According to the EPA Asbestos is a natural fibrous material that is heat retardant.

What Types of Materials have Asbestos?

Flooring, mastic, roofing materials, drywall & texture, caulk, glazing, wiring, some attic insulation and automobile clutches/breaks.

Do we have to test for Asbestos?

Yes! According to the EPA: For demolitions that are subject to the asbestos NESHAP, the regulation requires a thorough inspection before demolition or renovation begins.


Asbestos Facts

  • Refers to a group of fibrous, heat-resistant minerals
  • Once a common ingredient in American construction materials
  • Microscopic fibers can become trapped in the body, causing disease over time
  • Industry executives covered up health dangers for decades

Regulations and Fines

Asbestos is heavily regulated and requires a permit from the state prior to removal.

When is is dangerous?

Both OSHA & the EPA concur that Asbestos is not Dangerous unless AIRBORNE.

Our Scope of Work

  • Testing by 3rd Party
  • Understand Results
  • Asbestos Certified Personnel
  • Abatement: *Permit *Containment *Decontamination (Shower) *Detailed Cleaning *Manifest (Waste)
  • Clearance Test


We Follow All Regulations and Guidelines Set by:

Stay Safe and Test for Asbestos

If you have an older home or are concerned you may have asbestos in your building, contact us today to set up a consultation!