Residential Asbestos Removal
Residences are prone to asbestos contamination if lead paint is present or the home is constructed prior to 1980. The presence of asbestos does not mean that inhabitants will concurrently feel health effects. When asbestos is disturbed and in turn dispersed into the air that is when the exposure and symptoms of asbestos can be fully realized. Elongated exposure to asbestos is dangerous and can cause diseases like respiratory disease and even cancer. When you hire SAR to conduct your residential asbestos removal you have chosen the industry leading Removal Company with the best track record in Seattle.
The amount of time that asbestos takes to remove is dependent on how sever the asbestos infestation is. Homeowners are not always required to vacate the premises, in some cases areas can be sealed off with polyurethane plastic. Majority of asbestos removal jobs can be completed within one to seven days. More extensive projects can take a removal process of up to seven days, we will assess and the extent of your asbestos infestation prior to quoting a timeline for removal. No matter the time that the eradication takes, the consequential outcome is a clean and safe home with no dangerous side effects from present asbestos.
Firstly the area contaminated with asbestos should be completely contained. This step is not to be underestimated as when asbestos is disturbed the dust can infiltrate and infect the surrounding exposed walls and furniture. After the removal of asbestos the infected materials should be placed in a sealed disposal contained prior to being taken from the home. Power tools and other disruptive methods should always be avoided, as the presence of asbestos in the air can be dangerous to humans. Our removal techniques have been tested and found effective in the eradication of asbestos infestations large and small.
Once conducted by professionals, asbestos removal should be followed with dust cleaning. Dust cleaning can be completed with the following steps the first step is that protective gear should be worn by cleaning participants meaning masks, gloves and protective clothing. Secondly wipe down your exposed walls with wet rags. Do not forget to clean your furniture and carpets as well as the porous materials can hold the dust. Testing of your home should be conducted following your asbestos dust removal.
DIY asbestos removal is never recommended and can be illegal in some areas, as asbestos removal must be conducted by licensed asbestos professional. There are no risks to take when it comes to your health. The possible consequences of conducting a DIY removal are dire and dangerous. Preventative measures are easily taken with the acquirement of professional and licensed asbestos removal specialists who come prepared with proper equipment and knowledge. Our team of experts is competent and proficient in the asbestos removal process. We regulate all personal protection equipment and prevent any dangerous side effects that can come from inexperienced removal specialists.