Asbestos removal companies have all the necessary training and protective equipment to property remove asbestos materials from any building and perform a full cleanup. Specialized asbestos contractors can help with identifying asbestos containing materials by performing asbestos testing jobs, as well as removal jobs such as removing asbestos siding and asbestos garage removals.
There are many contractors, building firms and environmental specialists in most parts of the US that are qualified to remove this material, but many more construction and renovation companies won’t be able to do the work that you need.
That’s why we’ve assembled this list of companies that can remove asbestos containing materials. If you’re planning any construction, renovation or demolition work on a building that contains asbestos, we recommend you contact an asbestos removal company before starting work to remove any hazardous materials. This will ensure the safety of the building occupants and the workers on site.
Asbestos exposure is more common than many people realize. Despite being an extremely dangerous material, asbestos is still ubiquitous in homes, office buildings, schools, warehouses, churches and many other buildings built between 1940 and 1990. Because of its superior fire-resistant properties, asbestos was widely used in the manufacture of many products (more than 3,000). However, it is most commonly found in fire-rated walls and doors, floor tiles, roof tiles, ceiling tiles, insulation, paint and cement pipes.
Asbestos removal contractors will dispose of asbestos from your property according to OSHA’s guidelines. They use a combination of HEPA vacuums and wet mopping to clean the area. An air quality test following the removal of the asbestos materials should find no traces of asbestos in the air.
DIY asbestos removal is never recommended considering the health hazards of the material. Exposure to asbestos can result in long-term lung diseases, including asbestosis and lung cancer. Attempting to remove a hazardous material like asbestos requires specialized training and equipment. If you have asbestos materials in your home or workplace that you need removed such as asbestos shingles, asbestos “popcorn ceilings”, asbestos linoleum and floor tiles or asbestos roof tiles, then you can search our directory to find the right company near you to perform the work you need.
Directory of Asbestos Removal Companies in the United States
We’ve worked hard to assemble the single largest directory of asbestos encapsulation, testing and abatement companies on the Internet!
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Note: This database was last updated on January 3rd, 2022. We do our best to keep this list updated as new companies are added and others are removed. If you get the contact information for an asbestos removal contractor from our list, it’s a good idea to call or email that company to check that they still offer that service which in some cases is not stated on their website. Contractors frequently go out of business or change the services they offer, so some businesses on our list may not still be in business anymore or able to perform asbestos removal jobs.