Asbestos

Asbestos Abatement

Asbestos is more common in older facilities. Building damage such as water leakage or fire may affect asbestos-containing materials and pose serious health risks to residents. Exposure to asbestos has been linked to serious diseases such as mesothelioma and lung cancer. An average of 5,000 people die every year. Asbestos is often found in older building materials, such as:

  • Popcorn roof
  • Ceiling tiles
  • Shingles and roof
  • Tile and floor glue
  • Dry wall or sealant
  • Insulation of pipes, stoves, or attic

CORE Group is one of the best asbestos removal companies in the country. We remove asbestos from stadiums, commercial buildings, industrial land, military bases, hospitals, power plants, schools and universities, government offices, and residential buildings.

The Asbestos Pollution Control Team has some of the best safety data in all areas in which it operates.

CORE has a very competitive “Experience Modification Rate” (EMR).

The process of reducing asbestos emissions includes:

Formulating a plan

The emission reduction contractor will develop a plan detailing how to deal with, prepare and clean the area. The work plan contains all federal, state, and local laws that emission reduction companies will comply with in the emission reduction process.

Correct distinction

Once the plan is created. Your contractor will clearly delineate the hazardous area and ask everyone to leave the area until cleaning and cleaning inspections are completed.

Create a supervised work area

The contractor shuts down all pipes, turns off the air conditioner, and covers all untreated areas with thick plastic wrap, plus air pressure drop and filtering. Then check the construction site before removing and repairing asbestos to ensure that it has been properly prepared.

Asbestos removal

Asbestos removal contractors use procedures such as hand tools and wet methods to remove asbestos. The contractor must wear protective clothing. Respirator to ensure protection from pollutants. Asbestos is disposed of in sealed garbage bags and placed in decontamination facilities.

HEPA vacuum cleaner

The contractor uses a special vacuum cleaner in the process of removing asbestos to minimize the dispersion of asbestos fibers. Pass air when working and cleaning surfaces.

Final cleaning

After removing all asbestos, wetting all surfaces, and vacuuming with HEPA, a final inspection will be performed to ensure that everything meets state and federal requirements. The work area remains isolated until all cleaning tests are completed, and the work area meets the cleaning requirements.

After cleaning

After the project meets the cleaning standards for asbestos removal, the contractor will remove all protective barriers and use a HEPA vacuum cleaner to clean the work area again.

Our repair and removal experts have extensive knowledge and training to effectively and safely remove asbestos. From your home or office building. Our ultimate goal is to ensure the safety and health of all passengers during the asbestos removal process. Call us now and our restoration experts can ensure that you receive high-quality asbestos removal services.