Commercial Asbestos Removal
Asbestos Experts™ can assist in the testing and removal of asbestos in a commercial building anywhere in New Mexico or West Texas. Should you suspect asbestos in your business, contact us immediately. Our licensed professionals are EPA certified and can quickly identify asbestos.
Today, commercial applications of asbestos materials vary greatly. These may include fire-resistant materials or spray-on applications—or sound insulation. Many public and private buildings contain those elements that contain asbestos—even those that are newly constructed. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) indicates “there is no level of [asbestos] exposure below which clinical effects do not occur.” Additionally, in a 1989 ruling, certain products that may contain asbestos are not banned.
Those products are but not limited to:
Cement corrugated sheet • Cement flat sheet • Clothing • Pipeline wrap • Roofing Felt • Vinyl floor tile • Cement shingle • Millboard • Cement pipe • Automatic transmission components • Clutch facings • Friction materials • Disk brake pads • Drum brake linings • Brake blocks • Gaskets • Non-roofing coatings • Roof coatings
If you suspect your commercial building contains materials with asbestos, contact us today for an evaluation.
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