Asbestos is one of the most difficult and deadly problems that Burlington homeowners face. Professional trained removal professionals are necessary to test, locate, and correctly remove hazardous chemicals due to the scope of the process.
Icon Restoration has extensive expertise assessing and removing asbestos in both residential and industrial environments. Icon Restoration’s inspectors and crews are experts at removing and disposing of asbestos in line with local, state, and federal regulations.
Icon Restoration and other professional asbestos removal companies keep their equipment and supplies up to date in order to provide the most effective and thorough asbestos removal on both residential and commercial properties.
Asbestos is a severe and often overlooked issue in buildings built before 1990. Asbestos disintegration and dissolution can cause serious, potentially fatal health concerns that must be handled right once.
Icon Restoration’s extensive experience with asbestos removal projects of all sizes and shapes ensures a smooth and precise process. Icon Restoration recommends monthly asbestos screening for owners and managers of older properties in Burlington to maintain optimal air quality protection.
Is Asbestos Present in Your Home?
Asbestos is a fire-resistant and heat-resistant substance made of millions of microscopic fibers. It was originally regarded to be the most effective method of fireproofing residential structures, and it was widely utilized in construction materials.
Your home’s flooring and walls were almost certainly built with asbestos or asbestos-containing materials prior to the 1990s. Asbestos can be present in a variety of everyday things, including wallpaper and carpeting. In older homes’ garages and basements, asbestos can be discovered in the walls, floors, and door frames. It can be difficult to get tube wraps and blankets for hot water tanks, for example.
If you suspect your home contains asbestos, seek professional advice. Asbestos has taken on a variety of physical shapes as a result of its widespread use, making it difficult to identify between them. Samples of possible asbestos hotspots should be collected by a professional and accredited contractor for a thorough inspection and analysis.
Because the removal procedure will release minute asbestos fibers into the air, asbestos-containing areas must be separated from the rest of the structure. To ensure a safe and effective operation, only qualified individuals have access to the necessary equipment and processes. The air must be completely sealed and ventilated for a complete and safe evacuation.
It’s critical to dismantle the area to make sure no materials are broken down into microscopic particles that could spread fibers into the air. To ensure the safe handling of radioactive waste, all products and substances must be enclosed in closed containers or tubing.
A completely qualified asbestos removal team should be able to use the most up-to-date methods and safety equipment, as well as be knowledgeable about any local asbestos laws. After the areas have been cleared, wet mops and HEPA-grade vacuums are used to thoroughly clean them, catching any remaining 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.