Owners in older Vaughan properties face one of the most challenging and risky problems: asbestos. Because of the project’s scope, highly trained removal technicians are required to test, locate, and remove dangerous materials safely and rigorously.
In both residential and commercial environments, Icon Restoration has extensive experience with asbestos inspection and disposal. Icon Restoration inspectors and crews are thoroughly certified and specialized in asbestos removal and disposal in compliance with national, area, and federal environmental regulations.
Professional asbestos removal companies like Icon Restoration keep their training and equipment up to date to provide the safest and most comprehensive asbestos removal for both residential and commercial properties.
Asbestos is a dangerous, invisible problem that affects homes and businesses built before 1990. Asbestos substance breakdown and disintegration can cause severe and potentially fatal health issues that must be addressed as soon as possible.
Icon Restoration’s vast experience in asbestos reduction programs of all shapes and sizes guarantees a smooth and complete process. Owners and administrators of older assets in Vaughan should embrace routine asbestos testing from Icon Restoration for complete air quality protection.
Could Your Home Have Asbestos?
Asbestos is made up of millions of microscopic fibers that provide good protection against fires and high heat. It was once thought to be the safest product for fireproofing residential homes and was widely used in construction materials.
If your house was built before the 1990s, asbestos or asbestos-containing components may have been used in the construction of the floors and walls. Asbestos can be used in popular household products like wall paint and carpets. In older homeowners’ garages and basements, asbestos can be present in the walls, floors, and door frames. Tube wraps and hot water tank blankets, for example, may be constructed from recycled materials.
Proper Asbestos Removal
A skilled inspection is needed if you believe your home contains asbestos. Asbestos was transformed into a variety of shapes during its use, and it is impossible to identify visually. Samples of possible asbestos hotspots will be taken by a licensed and qualified contractor for thorough inspection and review.
Since the removal process can disperse microscopic asbestos fibers into the air, asbestos-containing areas must be isolated from the rest of the house. Only certified experts have the tools and techniques to do the job safely and properly. Proper sealing and venting of the environment are essential for secure and thorough removal.
The area’s demolition must be done in such a manner that no components are broken down into smaller parts since this could easily scatter fibers into the air. To ensure the successful removal of dangerous waste, all residue and material must be secured in enclosed bags or tubes.
A professional and experienced asbestos removal crew will have the most up-to-date procedures, the necessary safety equipment, and a thorough understanding of all local asbestos regulations. After the areas have been cleared, wet mops and HEPA-grade vacuums are used to thoroughly clean them, trapping any remaining dust and airborne particles.
Why choose us?
We work closely with each of our clients in the process to ensure that you understand the asbestos, where it is stored, and how we can remove it. You should expect long-term outcomes and ongoing assistance from Icon Restoration. Please contact us right away! You’ll be grateful you took the initiative and put in the effort.
Call (416) 901-4266 right now to arrange for an on-site mold inspection so we can assess the seriousness and scope of your concern and provide you with a quote.