Asbestos Removal in Markham
Homeowners should seek expert advice from a local trusted company like Canada Restoration Services; ask for their expert advice before removing materials that may contain asbestos. It is always safe to hire a professional company like Canada Restoration Services to professionally remove asbestos as they have all the proper equipment and professionals who know what they are doing and how to minimize and health risks. If you think your home may contain asbestos, check regularly for signs of wear or damage. However, you can’t always tell just by looking at a material. If in doubt, have it analyzed by a qualified professional with Canada’s Restoration Services, who can be found in Markham.
With certified and experienced technicians, Canada’s Restoration Services provides the city of Markham the following services:
- Free Inspections
- Removal in Attics
- Free Estimates
- Removal in Ducts/HVAC systems
- Vermiculite Insulation Removal
- Removal in Basements
- Removal from pipes
- Vinyl Tile Removal
Don’t risk your health, we provide FREE inspections and FREE estimate and advice on the proper steps on the asbestos abatement. Dependent on the amount of asbestos, its conditions and location, the prices can vary.
If vermiculite containing asbestos is not removed correctly it can cause cross contamination.
Canada’s Restoration Services Certified and Trained Technicians removing plaster containing asbestos from a garage. They are wearing full P.P.E (Personal Protective Equipment) which includes: Full Face Respirator, Particulate counter, Protective Suits, Boot Covers, Hard Hats and Gloves. The asbestos plaster is first sprayed with a binding agent and throughout the process so it remains wet as it is being removed so the asbestos fibers aren’t able to become airborne. The plaster is then removed, placed in 6mm poly bags and sealed. Air Scrubbing machines with hepa filtration systems remain running throughout the process.
Removal of asbestos is a very complex and extensive job. It must be done by an experienced and certified contractor. When disturbing an asbestos product, extreme precautions must be taken to protect the worker from breathing in the fibers.