Asbestos decontamination
is a serious matter

Asbestos decontamination

There are several minerals commonly known as asbestos. These minerals can be used to make products strong, long-lasting and fire-resistant.

Used massively in the past
Before the 1990s asbestos was commonly used for insulation in homes and buildings all over Quebec. At the time, little was known about its dangers, but experts have since concluded that serious health issues can stem from its presence within our walls.

Asbestos can be found in house siding, building insulation, drywall, ceiling and floor tiles, cement, paint and more. Asbestos can be found in industrial furnaces and heating systems, wrapped around older hot water pipes and water boilers, and even used to tape together sections of heating ducts. It’s also used in car and truck brake pads and vehicle transmission components, such as clutches.

Is there asbestos in your environment?

The first step to figuring out if you’re dealing with this issue, is getting a diagnosis. Experts can quickly detect its presence and evaluate the scope of your situation.

Trust the pros for proper decontamination

If asbestos is detected and decontamination is necessary, be sure to consult with professionals. Because of its sensitive nature and potential dangers, strict standards must be applied when removing asbestos. And the risks involved can vary.

Hire a team of specialists that won’t cut corners, guarantee proper protocol and do the job right.

Thorough decontamination

Asbestos decontamination doesn’t just mean removing the contaminant from a certain area. It involves decontaminating any tools used, any people involved in the asbestos work or even anyone present in the asbestos area.

Careful and thorough decontamination is necessary due to the fact that asbestos fibers are highly volatile and harmful to your health.

Are you potentially exposed?

Health Canada confirms that you can be exposed to asbestos when a home or building is being renovated or demolished.

Small asbestos fibres can be released into the air when:

  • disturbing or removing insulation containing asbestos
  • removing or disturbing roofing shingles and felt or siding that contains asbestos
  • sanding, breaking apart or scraping vinyl asbestos floor tiles
  • breaking apart soundproofing ceiling tiles containing asbestos
  • sanding or disturbing plaster containing asbestos, including acoustical plaster
  • sawing, drilling or smoothing rough edges of asbestos materials
  • sanding or scraping older surface treatments containing asbestos, such as:
    • roofing compounds like tar paper
    • spackling
    • sealants
    • paint
    • putty
    • caulking or
    • drywall

Eliminate hazard today.

The quality of the air you breathe can have serious impact on your life. Book a fast, efficient solution today.
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