Safely Removing Asbestos and Lead


    The discovery of asbestos or lead on your property can be overwhelming.  What should you do?  How can you protect yourself and others?  What does it take to remove asbestos and lead safely?


    Exposure to high levels of airborne friable asbestos  fibers may result in a series of potential health risks. Continued exposure can increase the amount of fibers that remain in the respiratory system, while  embedded fibers over time may cause serious lung diseases.  Asbestos fibers associated with these health risks are too small to be seen with the naked eye, and smokers are at higher risk of developing some asbestos-related diseases.


   Lead is one of the most serious environmental problems for children. Your child can get lead in the body if he/she swallows lead dust, breathes lead vapors, or eats soil or paint chips that have lead in them. Lead poisoning can cause learning disabilities, behavioral problems, anemia, or damage to the brain and kidneys. If your home was built before 1978, you should have it tested by a professional.


  • 24/7 Emergency Contamination Response

  • Industrial, Commercial & Residential Service

  • Inspection and Identification

  • Bulk Sampling & Analysis

  • Type I, II & III Abatement Procedure

  • Glove-Bag Procedure

  • Decontamination Service

  • Disposal

  • Encapsulation & Enclosure Method

  • Air Clearance Testing

  • HSE Consulting

  • Complete Reconstruction

     If  suspect Asbestos or Lead has been discovered in your home or place of business, consult with an industry professional before disturbing the material in question.


Our certified and experienced team will ensure that during the abatement process neither you, your family, co-workers nor the public will be exposed to asbestos fibers/ airborne lead particulate. We use proper containment procedures, negative air pressure/ filtration as well as detailed inspection and air monitoring to ensure there is no cross contamination.