Asbestos Removal

Does your home or office have an asbestos problem? S.T.O.P. Restoration'sĀ asbestos abatement services keep clients and their homes safe. If you live in an older home or work in an aging office, you've probably heard of asbestos. Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous material found in six types of minerals. Asbestos was often used in flame retardants, thermal system insulation, and other materials found in older buildings created before the 1980s.

The bad news about asbestos

Recent studies link asbestos exposure to health conditions including mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis. It kills an average of 5,000 people every year.

If you think or know your space contains asbestos, here is what you can do. Call S.T.O.P. Restoration for fast, reliable asbestos abatement and asbestos removal. We have the tools and training necessary to find the cause and location of the hazardous material and eliminate the problem.

Where is asbestos?

From insulation to popcorn ceiling, asbestos can be anywhere. Understand that our services go beyond removing asbestos from your home; we help protect families and safeguard your health. That is why our team of certified professionals goes the extra mile to keep your property safe with accurate asbestos testing. We can quickly test your air quality to make sure your space is clean and safe!

Why can't I remove asbestos?

Asbestos is a hazardous material and should only be handled by professionals. Our restoration specialists have years of training and knowledge necessary to remove asbestos from your home or commercial building. We use the proper protection to ensure safe mitigation, so you can breathe easier knowing we're on the job.

How does S.T.O.P. Restoration remove asbestos?

Depending on the situation, we can use two different methods. The first is covering or enclosure. For covering, we seal off the area containing asbestos by covering it with an airtight material. For exposed insulation piping, we can use a proactive jacket or wrap.

Our second method is sealing or encapsulation. Sealing involves applying a sealant to the affected materials, which binds the asbestos fibers together or boats the fibers to eliminate the dangers.

Our solutions are safe and effective

After our asbestos abatement, you'll be breathing easier, and you won't have to worry about your home or office's safety. When it comes to your health and wellbeing, our restoration experts will S.T.O.P. at nothing. Call today at (505) 207-2930 for quality asbestos abatement services.