asbestos abatement

It is important to have an inspection if you suspect you have asbestos is in your home or business.  With the possibility of serious health implications, it is important to act quickly to verify and if asbestos is present, start the abatement process.

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Asbestos Abatement

The process of removing asbestos-containing materials is a routine activity for the specialists at B+M Restorations.  There are regulations and laws that govern how the asbestos abatement work is accomplished.  At B+M Restorations, we are cognizant that these services can be concerning and disruptive to our clients’ daily lives.  Thus, we work hard to complete the abatement quickly, safely, and efficiently.  We have established the steps below as a snapshot of how our process flows.

Sampling

Containment

Air Filtration

Air Testing

Analysis

Removal

Disposal

Containment Removal

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The Dangers of Asbestos

Breathing is the primary means that asbestos fibers enter the body.  As a result, it is widely accepted that material containing materials become harmful when they are releasing fibers or dust into the air.  Once breathed in, these fibers can pass into the lungs or digestive tract.  Once, inhaled or swallowed, the asbestos fibers can become a health concern.

Floor tiles, ceiling tiles, shingles, fire doors, cabinet tops, insulation are some examples of the types of materials that may contain asbestos.  When these materials become damaged or are disturbed in some way, the possibility of asbestos fibers entering the environment occurs.

Health Consequences of Asbestos Include:

Asbestosis

Lung Cancer

Mesothelioma