Asbestos Removal Contractor

Because of its resilient, sturdy existence, asbestos, a heat-resistant fibrous silicate mineral, was a prevalent ingredient of building products before the 1980s, when it was outlawed due to the detection of significant associated health hazards. However, the suspension of manufacturing did not imply that all items, including floor tiles, had been pulled out of homes or entirely removed from shelves. As a result, numerous homeowners sit unknowingly on materials that can be particularly dangerous when uncovered during demolition and reconstruction.

Continue reading if you live in an older house and are worried with asbestos floor tiles. We’ll educate you on the dangers of asbestos and how to detect its existence, as well as what you can do to keep your family safe.

Until scratched, asbestos floor tiles may not emit radioactive fibers or pose a health danger. Sanding, sawing, scraping, or tearing the tiles out, on the other hand, will unleash fibers into the air, where they can be inhaled, so take care not to disturb them.

Is it safe to refinish asbestos tiles?

Once you’ve determined that you do, in reality, have asbestos floor tiles, it’s a good idea to learn more about the dangers they pose. The chance of fiber release increases as the floor tiles deteriorate and crumble. Mostly, the tiles are in fine shape but tend to collapse as the carpet installation’s tack strips are pulled up.

When faced with asbestos, you have two options: eradicate it by abatement or treat it in situ. Installing a new floor over the tiles encapsulates the asbestos fibers which is an ideal way to treat the waste in many situations.

However, getting a level surface for the new floor can be challenging, particularly if the old tiles have chipped away. If you hire a flooring firm, they will be reluctant to work with asbestos tiles and may enable you to first obtain an abatement.

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ES was amazing! Highly recommended. I called in a panic about a wall we had to remove and they came the next day and had results the following morning. The inspector that came was professional, kind, and super informed. Don't hesitate. Call them!

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Liz Matos Sastre


I spoke with Mrs. Victoria over the phone, and I cannot express how helpful and knowledgeable she was when it came to all my questions regarding asbestos. I look forward to working with her and the company in the near future. Highly recommend Five Stars⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Jeremy Gaddis


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

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