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Residential Asbestos Removal

Generally, a homeowner may not immediately know that materials around them contain asbestos or mold. The professionals at Asbestos Experts™ can help. Our certified and EPA licensed crews can quickly identify and mitigate the potentially fatal effects of asbestos or mold inhalation.

Asbestos is found in several materials used in residential construction. Asbestos is mostly found in homes constructed before 1980. It was used in materials like drywall, siding, popcorn ceilings, plaster, blow-in insulation, vinyl floor tiles, and more.

As homeowners make upgrades and modifications to certain areas of their homes, dangerous and microscopic asbestos fibers can be released into the air that we breathe. If you suspect that there is asbestos or mold in your home, contact our experts immediately for an evaluation. We  are proud to serve New Mexico and West Texas. Contact us today for an estimate.

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