Asbestos Abatement, Durham, NC

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Take the worry out of your asbestos abatement when you call us for help.

If your building in Durham, North Carolina was constructed prior to 1985, there is a very good chance that it contains building materials that contain asbestos. When undisturbed, asbestos does not pose much of a health risk, but the problem is that the fibers can become airborne from common activities like drilling a hole through a wall to hang up a painting or cutting open a wall to update plumbing. Asbestos was commonly used in many products, including popcorn ceilings, floor tiles, drywall, siding, pipe wrapping, vinyl and linoleum flooring, shingles and ceiling tiles.

Asbestos cannot be seen or smelled, so unless you contact professionals like us at Remtech Environmental, you really can’t be sure whether your building contains asbestos. Asbestos was used in residential building materials, commercial building materials and industrial building materials. When you call us, your asbestos abatement will begin with a thorough inspection of your property. We will take many different samples from materials that potentially contain asbestos and have them tested. If these samples come back positive, we know how to proceed with the next steps of your asbestos abatement.

Due to the carcinogenic nature of asbestos fibers, the utmost care must be taken during asbestos abatement. We are fully licensed and insured, as well as being certified and experienced in handling this potentially dangerous material. Proper removal and disposal are key to a successful asbestos abatement, but we will also retest your home or business after our work is finished, ensuring that all the samples are asbestos-free. Call today to discuss your asbestos concerns with us.

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At Remtech Environmental, we offer asbestos abatement services for customers in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Asheville, Morrisville, Wake Forest, Wendell, Winston-Salem, and Greensboro, North Carolina.