At Canada's Restoration Services, we are a team of IICRC certified specialists and professionals who are dedicated to providing exceptional service to our valued customers. Our residential and commercial services includes asbestos inspections, asbestos testing, asbestos abatement and vermiculite asbestos removal in Montreal.
Canada's Restoration Services has been operating for over 10 years and has locations all across Canada, including Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa and Edmonton. We have worked on and completed thousands of asbestos removal jobs, including hundreds of household name jobs. As a leader in the industry, we have been awarded Top Restoration Company in 2015 and have been awarded as HomeStars Best Company from 2012 to 2019.
If you suspect you have asbestos or asbestos-containing materials in your home, it is imperative to not disturb any of the asbestos in your home. By opening any walls in your home, you are disturbing the asbestos and exposing your home to a bigger hazard.
Thereby, you do not want to disturb the asbestos material in any way. By contacting an inexperienced contractor or unprofessional restoration company, you are putting you and your family at risk. Once asbestos is released into the air, it becomes more difficult and time-consuming to get rid of.
At Canada's Restoration Services, we conduct asbestos testing in homes and businesses across Canada. Our certified project managers conduct asbestos tests by taking an asbestos material sample from your home and delivering the sample to a lab, where a detailed report will outline the type of asbestos and the percentage of asbestos. We run asbestos tests in any area including ceilings, walls, tiles, floors, attics, insulation and any other area where asbestos may be present. Once asbestos is confirmed, the project managers and restoration experts can perform asbestos remediation and remove the asbestos from your home.
Asbestos inspections and asbestos abatement requires stirct guidelines and procedures. Once absestos has been confirmed, the absestos removal can begin. Following an asbestos inspection in Montreal, our certified professionals can begin asbestos abatement. The work and procedure depends on:
2) where the asbestos is located
3) how much asbestos there is
The asbestos removal procedure begins by setting up all of the necessary containment in your home. Containment is required to be set up in your home to ensure that the asbestos dangers are under control and to prevent any asbestos exposure in your home. During the procedure, negative air machines and air scrubbing machines are set in place strategically to clean and filter the air.
Your health and safety is our top priority. We ensure that only our IICRC certified professionals are allowed access into the containment. Furthermore, our restoration experts must wear protective gear, including protective suits, shoe covers and face masks. Removal of asbestos is imperative and the asbestos must be disposed safely and effective as well. Following the asbestos removal, we present homeowners and business owners with a certificate of clearance stating that the asbestos has been effectively removed.
Asbestos is a substance that was commonly used before the 1980's in homes and businesses to insulate buildings and homes. Asbestos fibers can not be seen, smelled or tasted and is extremely hazardous. As soon as asbestos fibers are in the body, it is quite difficult to get rid of them. The more asbestos exposure one has, this increases the chances of having an asbestos-related disese.
Many homes in numerous health issues have been connected with asbestos, leading to its banning in the European Union and many other countries. Specific asbesots-related diseases associated with asbestos are Asbestosis, a non-cancerous respiratory disease, lung cancer, and mesothelioma, a rare cancer in which virtually all known cases are linked with asbestos exposure.
Common places to find asbestos is:
Choosing the right asbestos company in Montreal is key to ensuring that the asbestos is removed from your home or business. Asbestos (or vermiculite) is extremely dangerous and should be taken seriously. If you would like to speak with an asbestos expert, call us today.
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