Residential Asbestos Removal Buckhead

Buckhead Residential Asbestos Removal

Buckhead Asbestos Removal Services for Homeowners

BioRestore Asbestos & Mold Removal Company is a licensed asbestos contractor in the state of Georgia. They have years of experience working in Buckhead area homes. Call (404)476-8660. When you work with BioRestore Professionals, you can count on:

  • Friendly and responsive service from our scheduling staff
  • Clearly written, detailed proposals that are typically issued within 24 hours
  • Carefully executed, cost-effective asbestos remediation solutions
  • Dependable post-remediation follow-up, and quality assurance

What You Should Know about Asbestos Abatement in Homes

Certified Environmental Professionals is one of the few Buckhead area asbestos contractors that specialize in residential projects. That’s due to the special challenges associated with doing asbestos abatement in homes. As with all asbestos removal work, specialized cleaning equipment and confinement techniques are required. But in homes, additional precautions are necessary. For example, extra care must be taken to prevent damage to home finishes and furniture.

How Asbestos Removal Works

  • We apply for permit (if required).
  • Arrive at house.
  • Isolate work area from occupied areas.
  • Workers enter area protected by suits and respirators.
  • Asbestos materials are safely removed from home.
  • Clean work area by wet wiping and HEPA vacuuming.
  • Pass an air clearance test to confirm sufficiency of work.
  • Provide you with a clearance report.
  • Dismantle containment.
  • Allow you to reoccupy house.
  • Asbestos Materials Found in Homes

Asbestos is a mineral mined from the earth and is a known carcinogen. Over the years, it has been used in over 2,000 products. Common asbestos materials in the home include:

  • Floor tile and the associated adhesive
  • Pipe insulation
  • Attic and wall insulation, including vermiculite
  • Textured paint and drywall compounds
  • Roofing and siding shingles

Why is asbestos dangerous and what health risks does it pose?

Asbestos is a hazardous mineral that was once considered a “magic mineral” due to its favorable characteristics such as insulation and durability. It was widely used in various products and construction materials from the 1930s to the 1970s. However, it was later discovered that asbestos poses significant risks to human health.

When asbestos fibers are released into the air and subsequently inhaled, they can cause serious health problems. These fibers become trapped in the body and can lead to inflammation, scarring, and damage to cells. Over time, this can result in the development of lung disease, such as asbestosis, mesothelioma cancer, and other respiratory illnesses.

What makes asbestos particularly dangerous is its ability to go undetected. It is virtually impossible to identify asbestos simply by visual inspection or smell. The release of asbestos fibers into the air can occur during construction or natural disasters, as well as through regular wear and tear. Consequently, it is crucial to have older buildings professionally inspected and tested to determine the presence of asbestos.

The health risks associated with asbestos exposure highlight the importance of identifying and managing any asbestos-containing materials in buildings. By doing so, we can effectively protect the health and safety of the occupants, minimizing the potential harm caused by this dangerous mineral.

Asbestos Remediation License #ASBIN-333268
Georgia Certified Renovation Firm ID GA-EPD-RRP FIRM-333268

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FAQ about Residential Asbestos Removal Buckhead

What is residential asbestos removal?

Residential asbestos removal is the process of properly and safely removing asbestos from a home.

How long does residential asbestos removal take?

It depends on the size of the home and the amount of asbestos present, but typically it takes one to two days.

What safety measures do you take during residential asbestos removal?

We take several safety measures to ensure the safety of our team and clients, including wearing protective gear, using HEPA vacuums and air scrubbers, and sealing off the area.

Are you licensed and certified for residential asbestos removal?

Yes, we are licensed and certified for residential asbestos removal.

Do you offer financing for residential asbestos removal?

Yes, we offer financing options for residential asbestos removal.