During the 20th century, many Wheat Ridge contractors favored a resourceful mineral called asbestos for homebuilding. Durable, adaptable, and fireproof, it was regarded as the ideal material for numerous surfaces, from tiles to floorboards. But studies in the 80's attributed asbestos particles to a range of debilitating health conditions, and it was subsequently banned, so Wheat Ridge residences built earlier than 1989 likely still have asbestos in several spots. Asbestos testing, as well as asbestos removal, is a necessity. To determine if this is the case at your Wheat Ridge property, you need an asbestos test performed by a licensed specialist, who can then inform you if you or fine or if your home needs an asbestos abatement or asbestos removal.
A few areas of a structure that could need asbestos remediation are:
If asbestos testing reveals contamination in a Wheat Ridge house or office space, there are a few degrees of remediation we offer clients based on the specifics of their situation. For low-level instances it is likely the surfaces of your Wheat Ridge structure can be salvaged through the process of asbestos abatement, which is a deep clean of the space. First, we begin asbestos abatements by quarantining the affected areas by sealing them off to make sure the contamination doesn’t get any further at your home or business in Wheat Ridge. Much like in the mold remediation process, our HEPA filtered equipment is then used to suck loose toxins from the air, and heavy-duty vacuums and industrial grade disinfectants are used on every surface until the place is good as new. Asbestos removal is suggested to Wheat Ridge clients that had severe, harmful levels show up during the initial asbestos test, and builds on the steps of asbestos abatement but goes further. The expert staff at Cherry Inc. removes any asbestos-containing surfaces that are too risky to try and restore and are better off just replacing. To find out more about your asbestos removal, call Cherry Inc. today, and a Wheat Ridge technician can give you more information.