Asbestos Ceiling Removal in Atlanta, GA

Asbestos Ceiling Removal in Atlanta, GA


Looking for asbestos ceiling removal in Atlanta, GA? Look no further than Environmental Services of America! We are a full-service asbestos removal company that can handle any job, big or small. 

We have a team of experienced and certified professionals who will get the job done quickly and safely. 

Many building materials, including popcorn ceiling texture and certain fire resistant tiles, are asbestos containing products. When disturbed these ceiling panels can release asbestos dust into the air causing health risks like lung cancer.


Popcorn ceilings constructed before 1990 could contain up to 10 percent asbestos and can be very dangerous if inhaled. If you want to remove a popcorn ceiling, you should test your popcorn ceilings for asbestos materials. 

Our tiled and textured ceiling asbestos abatement services in Atlanta, GA can test for asbestos. Then, if asbestos is present, our team of experts can remove it safely. If you have asbestos ceiling tiles that need to be removed, the professionals at ES America can help! We will come to your home or office and remove the asbestos ceiling tiles and dispose of them properly.


Our team of professionals will work to remove the asbestos ceiling materials from your home or office quickly and safely, so you can breathe easy knowing that your health is not at risk. Contact us today for a free asbestos consultation and to learn more about how we can help you!

The Use Of Asbestos In Ceilings

Asbestos was common in many building materials until the 1970s. From tiles and insulation to siding and ceiling materials, the fire resistant properties of asbestos were a major selling point. Asbestos ceiling panels and other asbestos materials were especially popular across the United States.

Ceiling spaces often include asbestos cement sheeting and plaster boards. Additionally, we often find other asbestos containing products such as grout, sealants, and dry powder mixes. Asbestos materials were often used in wall and ceiling panels, particularly in locations with high humidity.

Asbestos fiber boards are bound in calcium silicate plaster, with these products quite common up to the early 1980s. Asbestos ceiling panels are often quite soft, and they contain up to 70 percent asbestos fibers. It can be difficult to tell the difference between these boards and other types of construction sheeting. A professional inspection is often required prior to removal.

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Common Ceilings For Asbestos Removal

There were three common forms of asbestos used in ceilings: chrysotile or white asbestos, amosite or brown asbestos, and crocidolite or blue asbestos. Common products included asbestos cement sheeting, asbestos ceiling tiles, asbestos insulating boards, and asbestos containing insulation.

If you have an asbestos ceiling, special attention is needed to avoid exposure. Whether you’re undergoing a renovation project or dealing with an aging property, cleaning out asbestos materials requires special equipment and expertise. The asbestos in popcorn ceiling designs can be significant.

An accredited asbestos inspector is required to collect samples and measure levels before the removal process begins. The popcorn ceiling texture is very friable, with released asbestos dust common during construction projects. If you have a textured ceiling and want to remove asbestos safely, it’s important to call in the experts.

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Health Risks Linked With Asbestos Fibers

At ES America, we understand the dangers of asbestos exposure. This harmful silicate mineral is associated with the increased risk of several diseases, some of which are life threatening. Conditions linked with asbestos exposure include asbestosis, mesothelioma, colon cancer, and lung cancer. Exposure to asbestos is known to increase the risk of several serious diseases, so it pays to be extra careful.

People all over the world have experienced health problems from inhaling asbestos. While most cases have been exposed to high levels of asbestos, even limited exposure to asbestos can create problems. The symptoms of these diseases can take decades to appear, with 20-30 years after exposure not uncommon. If you want to avoid asbestos related diseases, it’s important to test your popcorn ceilings and carry out a professional asbestos abatement program.

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Is It Safe To Remove A Popcorn Ceiling Yourself?

If you want to remove a popcorn ceiling or other types of asbestos, it’s important to call in the experts. Asbestos insulation and other products can easily be made friable during the removal process. When asbestos fibers are released into the air, they represent a serious health hazard to all people present.

In most cases, homeowners don’t have the equipment or expertise required to carry out asbestos ceiling removal properly. The removal process for asbestos ceiling tiles is very complex, and popcorn insulation can be even harder to deal with. Disposal can also be a major issue, with all materials needing to be sent to an approved government facility.

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Asbestos Ceiling Removal And More

At ES America, we offer a variety of services that follow the guidelines set forth by the Environmental Protection Service. We also offer mold testing and remediation, lead paint testing and removal, demolition support, emergency services, and air quality monitoring. We have more than two decades of operating experience, and our team is fully qualified and insured.

Our complete start-to-finish service is backed by 24-hour support and reliable customer service. If you have an asbestos popcorn ceiling or other asbestos materials, please call our team today for more information.

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Whether you have a question about our services, pricing or anything else, our team is ready to help you get the service you require.



They were able to visit the property and get testing back to us in no time. Victoria was great to work with and communicated with us throughout the whole process. Will definitely be using their company again in the future.

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We weren’t sure if the was asbestos in our floor or not. We called in the morning and they sent a technician out that afternoon and we had results the next day. Great technician, great customer service, all around a good experience with them.

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Christopher Faust


I am very pleased with the work performed by Environmental Services Of America. Elias came out to look at a job, talked to me through it until I understood the entire process. They showed up on the schedule day and worked till the job was done. Elias sent pictures of the progress every day and when I got back to the house it was perfectly clean, they could not have done a better job.

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Billy Broom

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