ASBESTOS REMOVAL OTTAWA
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Professional Ottawa Asbestos Removal
Removing asbestos is important because it can cause health problems such as inflammation and damage to the lungs, respiratory problems and lung cancer. This is why it is crucial to ensure that your residential, commercial or industrial property is free from this hazardous material.
The risk factors that influence the severity of an asbestos-related disease depend on:
- The duration of the exhibition
- The amount of asbestos a person has been exposed to
- The presence of other lung conditions (for example, cigarette smokers have a greater risk of developing asbestos-related illness)
What to do if you discover you have asbestos:
If you notice any of the medical symptoms mentioned here and suspect it may be related to asbestos, the first thing to do is to contact a professional to perform tests of your home. Any additional exposure, by direct contact or by contact with airborne particles, will worsen the symptoms and put you and the members of your family at risk. Instead of trying to find asbestos on your own, it is best to hire a professional who can secure the area for proper disposal.
How We Remove Asbestos
We actively work to remove asbestos from drywall, flooring, baseboards, ceiling tiles and any other place where asbestos is likely to be found on your property. In addition, we offer the best prices for asbestos removal and decontamination services in Ottawa.
By adhering to the strictest health and safety standards throughout the asbestos disposal process, we make sure you and your family stay safe from the dangers of asbestos. We also make sure to facilitate the decontamination process in a way that disturbs you as little as possible, working according to your schedule and your needs. We will dispose of this hazardous material in a safe manner to make your home safe, secure and asbestos-free.
If you are looking for efficient and high-quality asbestos removal and disposal services in Ottawa, look no further, contact us today.
How asbestos decontamination is carried out?
Asbestos removal takes place according to a procedure established by law and is carried out using equipment also required by law. For the safety and health of all, the process necessarily includes the following three steps:
The detection or diagnosis of asbestos, Decontamination (removal of uncontaminated objects, confinement of the area to be treated (static or dynamic confinement), then removal of asbestos (by cleaning or wet removal), and disposal of waste, Examination of treated areas to ensure complete decontamination
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Our Services include: House Cleaning, Office Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning, Window Cleaning, Odour Removal, Airbnb Cleaning, Post Construction – Renovation Cleaning, Event Cleaning, Pressure Washing, Mold Removal, Spring Cleaning, Asbestos Removal, Condo And Apartment Cleaning, Furniture Cleaning, Move-In & Out Cleaning, Junk Removal.
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Where are the areas likely to contain asbestos?
Formerly used as thermal insulation, soundproofing or fireproofing substance, asbestos can become lodged in the many materials of a building. Since 1984, it has even been discovered that asbestos is present in the vermiculite used to insulate the attics of houses. Although it is used for a variety of purposes, asbestos is most commonly found in:
- Floor Coverings
- Mechanical Insulators
- False Ceiling Tiles
- Electrical Insulators
- The Pipeline
- The Plaster
Only an expert can diagnose asbestos. By observation and laboratory analysis, He will be able to tell you whether your building requires decontamination.