Canada's Restoration Services has been proudly serving Spruce Grove and the surrounding areas in Edmonton for over 10 years. With over 10,000 inspections and jobs completed nationwide, we are IICRC certified experts in asbestos testing and asbestos removal in Canada.
Asbestos fibres are not visible to the naked eye. If you suspect you may have asbestos in your home, call Canada's Restoration Services to schedule asbestos testing in Spruce Grove. We take samples of any suspected asbestos-containing materials and work alongside a third party accredited lab that will conduct the asbestos testing. After receiving the results on the asbestos, we will provide you a detailed scope of work and the costs of asbestos removal within 48 hours.
The province of Alberta has the highest concentration of asbestos used products throughout the entire country of Canada. Due to its great insulation and fire retardant characteristics, asbestos was commonly used throughout the late 1920’s to the late 1970’s. Unfortunately, it’s health affects were not known until many years later, causing multiple cases of lung scaring, mesothelioma, asbestosis and in severe cases, even death.
Alberta has put in place very high standards and protocols when it comes to asbestos; ensuring its residents can be aware of the health concerns and keeping the city a safe, healthy environment.
At Canada’s Restoration Services, we pride ourselves in our high level of service and quality of work. All work performed follows all industry guidelines set forth by the Province of Alberta. All technicians and supervisors are fully trained and certified for asbestos removal.
As mentioned above, a specific scope of work is provided to you which outlines in detail our step by step process for safe asbestos removal. Containments and equipment are always set in place to ensure no cross contamination of any asbestos fibres throughout the property. All technicians wear proper PPE, Personal Protective Equipment, to ensure they are safe from any health concerns.
Not until all removals are complete and third party clearance (if necessary) is given do we remove any containments or equipment. We ensure that all is clear so your home is returned to a safe environment.
As mentioned, asbestos was used most commonly for adhesion, insulation and heat protection between the 1930’s to 1980’s. Below is a list of common areas in which may contain asbestos materials:
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