Asbestos is one of the most difficult and deadly issues facing owners of older Aurora homes. Due to the scale of the process, professional trained removal professionals are required to test, locate, and properly remove hazardous materials.
In both residential and industrial settings, Icon Restoration has considerable experience analyzing and removing asbestos. Inspectors and teams from Icon Restoration are professionals at removing and disposing of asbestos in accordance with local, state, and federal requirements.
To deliver the most effective and thorough asbestos removal on both residential and commercial premises, Icon Restoration and other professional asbestos removal businesses maintain their equipment and materials up to date.
Asbestos is a serious and usually ignored problem in buildings constructed before 1990. Disintegration and dissolution of asbestos can result in serious, potentially deadly health problems that must be addressed immediately.
The broad experience of Icon Restoration with asbestos removal projects of all sizes and shapes assures a smooth and precise approach. To ensure optimal air quality protection, Icon Restoration suggests regular asbestos screening for owners and managers of older properties in Aurora.
Is Asbestos Present in Your Home?
Asbestos is a fire and heat resistant material made up of millions of tiny fibers. It was once thought to be the most effective way for fireproofing residential structures and was frequently used in building materials.
Prior to the 1990s, your home’s floors and walls were almost definitely constructed using asbestos or asbestos-containing materials. Asbestos can be found in common household items such as wallpaper and carpeting. Asbestos can be found in the walls, floors, and door frames of older homes’ garages and basements. Tube wraps and blankets for hot water tanks, for example, can be tough to come by.
Consult a professional if you fear your home has asbestos. Because of its widespread use, asbestos has taken on a variety of physical shapes, making it difficult to distinguish between them. A skilled and accredited contractor should gather samples of probable asbestos hotspots for a complete inspection and analysis.
Asbestos-containing areas must be segregated from the rest of the structure since the removal procedure will release minute asbestos fibers into the air. Only qualified individuals have access to the necessary equipment and processes to ensure a safe and effective operation. For a complete and safe evacuation, the air must be completely sealed and ventilated.
Dismantling the region is critical to ensure that no materials are broken down into microscopic particles, which could distribute fibers into the air. All items and chemicals must be encased in closed containers or tubing to guarantee the safe handling of radioactive waste.
A fully qualified asbestos removal team should be able to employ the most up-to-date methods and safety equipment, as well as be familiar with any local asbestos legislation. Wet mops and HEPA-grade vacuums are used to completely clean the areas after they have been cleared, capturing any leftover dust and airborne particles.
Why choose us?
We work closely with each of our customers in the process to ensure that you have a complete understanding of the asbestos, where it is contained, and how we can extract it. With Icon Restoration, you can expect long-term results as well as continuing support. Get in touch with us right away!
Call (416) 901-4266 today to schedule an on-site asbestos examination so we can analyze the severity and breadth of your situation and provide you a quote.