Southeast Texas Professional Asbestos Abatement
Throughout the 20th century, asbestos was commonly used as an insulator and fire retardant in home and commercial construction. Inhaling asbestos fibers is now linked to serious health problems such as the rare lung cancer mesothelioma. Most homes and commercials buildings constructed before 1978 are likely to contain asbestos. Action Restoration is licensed, trained, and experienced in providing the highest quality asbestos removal for homes, businesses, and industrial properties in Galveston and Southeast Texas.
Asbestos carries significant health risks. If you need asbestos removal at your home or business in the Galveston, TX region, contact Action Restoration today—fill out a contact form or call (800) 760-9081 now!
What Are the Dangers of Asbestos?
A common insulating and fire-retardant building material throughout much of the 20th century, asbestos is now known to be linked to serious health problems when its fibers are inhaled—most notably mesothelioma, a very rare and serious form of lung cancer.
In addition to mesothelioma, exposure to asbestos fibers can cause:
- Lung impairment and difficulty breathing
- Asbestos warts and other skin conditions
- And more
If your home or business in Galveston was constructed prior to 1978, it is very possible that it may have been built with asbestos as insulation or a fire retardant. In 1978, the use of asbestos was banned, but structures that already had it installed were not mandated to remove it.
Don’t risk the health of the inhabitants of your home or business, call (800) 760-9081 now for professional asbestos removal in the Galveston area.
How Do I Know If My Galveston Property Has Asbestos?
You can inspect the construction materials in your pre-1978 home or building for signs of damage, but you won’t actually be able to see asbestos since it’s a microscopic fiber. If you see crumbling or flaky insulation and drywall, or damage to any of the other materials listed above, call Action Restoration immediately. We’ll send samples to a lab to determine if asbestos is present, and will make a plan for its safe removal. The most common places asbestos was used include:
- Ceiling tiles
Not all asbestos poses an imminent health risk. Only when these building materials start to break down, flake away, or suffer water damage do asbestos particles have the potential to become airborne and lodge in a person’s lungs.
If you notice crumbling or damaged construction materials in your pre-1978 home or commercial property, contact Action Restoration for asbestos removal services today in Galveston.
Professional Asbestos Removal in Galveston
For effective and safe elimination of asbestos from your property in Galveston, you need a trained and licensed asbestos removal company. The asbestos removal team at Action Restoration has the experience, skills, and tools necessary to ensure that the asbestos in your building is removed as safely as possible. Our professional asbestos removal team will take all necessary precautions to protect you and your employees or family members from harm during the asbestos abatement procedure.
We understand that every property is different, so we never apply a one-size-fits-all approach to asbestos removal. We will develop a custom removal plan specifically for your property to ensure all asbestos is removed safely and in a way that causes as little inconvenience to you as possible.
Schedule Asbestos Removal Services in Galveston, TX
Don’t put your family or personnel’s health at risk with exposed asbestos in your older home or business. Action Restoration is the name you can trust to expertly and efficiently remove asbestos from your residential, commercial, or industrial property in the Galveston area. Whether you need asbestos removal in a house or a large industrial complex, we guarantee that you will receive the same high-quality service!
Do you need asbestos removal services for your Galveston commercial or residential property? Schedule service today by filling out our online form or calling (800) 760-9081.