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In the early to mid 20th century, asbestos was a favorite of the construction industry because of its fire-resistant properties. This substance was used in everything from insulation to ceiling tiles to flooring. It’s not an exaggeration to say that if your home was built prior to 1970, it very likely contains at least some building materials that were made using asbestos. Unfortunately, asbestos was found to contribute to a variety of respiratory illnesses and was banned from use in the United States in the early 1970s, leaving millions of homes around the United States with asbestos in place.

The good news is that asbestos building materials do not pose a health risk unless they are disturbed and fibers are released, as can happen during a remodeling project. Before you begin such a project, it’s important to determine if you home has this type of material and, if so, take the necessary steps to remove it and properly dispose of it. This requires the skill, training and experience of a professional asbestos removal team.

What is asbestos removal?

When things like drywall, floor tiles and insulation are disturbed, so happens during a remodeling or demolition project, hazardous asbestos fibers are released into the air where they can be inhaled by you and your family members. At Asbestos Removal Now, we have the equipment and experience necessary to make sure that all asbestos materials are safely disposed of before any remodeling project begins.

Asbestos removal services

We offer a full range of asbestos removal services, all of which follow the guidelines set out by the EPA. These include:

  • Safely ridding your home of asbestos building materials
  • Keeping your home safe during the asbestos removal process
  • Disposing of asbestos that we remove from your home safely

Delaware asbestos removal

Making sure that your home is rid of dangerous asbestos materials before you begin a renovation project is not something a homeowner should attempt on his or her own. Without the proper experience and equipment, you can release asbestos fibers that can be hazardous to your family’s health. To get the job done correctly and safely, you need the services of a professional asbestos removal team like ours. To learn more about our Delaware asbestos removal services, contact Asbestos Removal Now