Asbestos Removal

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Asbestos requires professional inspection and removal by someone certified in asbestos removal

Asbestos is extremely dangerous if the fibers and the dust become airborne. The disease that asbestos is related to is mesothelioma, which is a lung disease that cannot be cured. Asbestos was primarily used as an insulator and might be present in older homes where it was used in insulating duct work, furnances, and water pipes.

Most asbestos that was wrapped around pipes was covered and taped to seal the asbestos.  Exposing these pipes or ducts creates the danger and opportunity for the asbestos to become airborne. Mitigation is licensed to deal with asbestos inspection and removal. Many times when an older home experiences flooding, fire, or other damage to walls or foundations asbestos may be found when repairs are being made.

If you suspect that you have asbestos in your home call Mitigation immediately

Do not try to deal with asbestos removal on your own as it is a highly dangerous material and exposure to asbestos can cause permanent and irreversible damage to your health.  If you have an older home and experience flooding or fire then you will want to use Mitigation because they will be able to fix the damage, but also they will be able to inspect for asbestos and remove it if it is present.

Mitigation is uniquely qualified to handle all of your home disaster problems

because there is nothing we cannot take care of.  While other companies might be able to fix the damage that was caused by flooding or fire, they are most likely not equipped to deal with asbestos or mold.  These companies may make repairs without removing the asbestos.  Once your claim is satisfied with the insurance company they will consider that the incident has been handled.  This can put into jeopardy your ability to have your home owner’s insurance cover this problem in the future as the previous claim will have been considered satisfied.

Mitigation is a general contractor who is licensed across all the various building trades so that they can professionally and expertly identify and fix whatever the problems are.  With Mitigation on site, they will perform a Free mold and asbestos inspection when doing the repairs.  This will be in their full disclosure report indicating that these things were not present at that time, and if they find that there is asbestos or mold, then you have the peace of mind to know that they will be able to professionally remove it. When disaster strikes; call Mitigation as it is the company that knows how to fix it all.