Commercial and Industrial Asbestos Abatement
Aarons Asbestos & Demolition Services, LLC can do your most complex asbestos abatement project while keeping your costs to a minimum and providing the hard to find quality and reliability. Let us offer you a quote today.
- Over one million employees in construction and general industry potentially face significant asbestos exposure on the job.
- Asbestos must be removed by a licensed asbestos contractor with trained and accredited people.
- Prior to the start of renovation or demolition for a building built before 1981, a trained and accredited Asbestos Building Inspector must complete an asbestos building inspection.
- In most states, if the planned work involves the disturbance of more than 160 square feet / 260 linear feet, the contractor must give the State and the EPA a written notification. This must occur 10 days prior to commencing the asbestos abatement project. Emergency notifications waiving the advanced notice are granted under certain circumstances.
- If your site gets inspected and a contractor has violated the Asbestos National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP), a citation may be issued not only to the contractor found in violation but also to the project’s general contractor and the building owner.
Residential Asbestos Abatement
Aarons Asbestos & Demolition Services. LLC is a full service, licensed asbestos contractor servicing the mid-Atlantic states. Your safety and health are our major concerns. Our courteous professionals will answer all your questions about asbestos abatement and will explain all your options in plain language. If we can’t provide the services you need, we will give you contacts at several companies that can. Talk to one of our experienced estimator/planners today.
- Asbestos is a mineral that for the last century was used in thousands of products for its insulating, acoustical and fire protective properties
- Common products that contain asbestos are pipe insulation, floor and ceiling tile, spray-on insulation, boiler wrap insulation, wall and attic insulation, roofing, and wall systems (such as plaster and drywall joint compound)
- If your home has asbestos and it is not crumbling or in poor condition, it may be safer to leave it alone. However, when asbestos is in poor condition or prior to renovation or repair activities, take precautions to prevent inhaling asbestos fibers
- Asbestos can cause lung cancer, mesothelioma, and various other diseases when inhaled