Residential Asbestos Removal in Houston TX
Asbestos & Mold Services LLC specializes in Residential Asbestos Removal, Remediation & Abatement in Houston TX and surrounding Texas areas.
There are many building materials used in the construction of homes that contain asbestos. One of these products is linoleum flooring, which contains a very high content of asbestos. When linoleum flooring is removed without being contained, asbestos fibers are released into the air. Other products such as resilient floor tile, spray on or troweled textures, joint compounds, and numerous other miscellaneous building materials can also contain asbestos. Our staff of trained professionals at Asbestos & Mold Services LLC can remove the asbestos in your Houston TX area home safely and economically.
Asbestos removal must be done carefully and thoughtfully to prevent contamination of uncontaminated areas. The threat of asbestos related disease is very real and must be considered a threat to the workers as well. Here at Asbestos & Mold Services LLC we know all too well of the horror stories of people who chose to ignore the seriousness of asbestos removal projects, and this is why wearing protective suits and respirators is crucial.
We urge you to know the real dangers and consult with us for the sake of good health and safety. Asbestos & Mold Services LLC provides the same quality service to all our clients regardless of project size. We take great pride in the services we provide. We are committed to completing projects on schedule while maintaining continued control of quality, safety and budget. Call or contact us and let us help you make an informed decision about your Houston TX area home.
Asbestos Removal Methods
Asbestos & Mold Services LLC utilizes two methods of removing asbestos from your Houston TX area home:
- Full Containment
Heavy polyethylene sheeting is used to make a room with 4 walls and a floor sealing the work area. A high-volume HEPA Air filtration unit is used to scrub the air during the wet removal process. Suits and respirators are worn by our workers.
- Glove Bag
The glove bag method employs the use of a negative pressure polyethylene bag and is very safe. The glove bags are equipped with arms and gloves built in and are used in conjunction with a HEPA filtered vacuums and wet removal methods.