Asbestos flooring was manufactured in various sizes until the mid 80s, with it's heyday in the 1930s through the 1960s. The asbestos fibers are firmly embedded into the tiles, and pose no risk unless the tiles are aged or broken, allowing asbestos to contaminate the air. In many cases, these tiles wear out with time and the tiny invisible fibers may be released throughout the air and result in asbestos exposure.
Asbestos insulation was widely used on heating pipes, water pipes, and occasionally on other pipes in residential homes.
In 1975, the EPA banned installation of asbestos pipe insulation and asbestos block insulation on facility components, such as boilers and hot water pipes and tanks.
If pipe insulation is more than slightly damaged, or if you are planning to make changes in your home that might disturb it, professional repair or removal is needed.
Asbestos shingles are roof or exterior wall shingles made with asbestos cement board. The presence of asbestos in your home's exterior siding is not necessarily hazardous unless the material becomes aged or damaged, and in turn becomes airborne, releasing the fibers that make it a serious health risk to your family and your family pets.
Mold in homes causes numerous problems. Health issues due to mold include respiratory diseases, asthma, chronic sinus infections, sore throats, headaches, and fatigue.
Cleaning up mold in homes poses many problems if you don't get it all. Any health problems you are experiencing may continue or even possibly get worse. An improper clean up could easily spread mold spores to other parts of the house.
Inefficient, old boilers should be replaced by smaller high-efficiency boilers. We offer the removal of the harmful asbestos and the demolition of your old boiler. This is a service we’ve performed numerous times for energy-conscious clients as of late.
Vermiculite insulation may contain asbestos, which has been linked to cancer. If vermiculite insulation is disturbed as a result of repairs, remodeling or removal, then you must seek professional advice, Contact us to schedule consultation.
When the asbestos removal job is complete, the customer is provided closeout documents; which include a completion letter describing scope of work, and a waste manifest confirming the proper disposal of materials according to Regulations. Lastly, We will give you a Certificate of Clean Air Performed and Laboratory Tested by an Independent Licensed Hygienist.
Erie will provide all the required permits and notifications for your project. We are licensed, insured, and all our work is guaranteed to meet or exceed the strictest of Federal, State, Local, EPA and OSHA regulations. As well as the recently implemented RRP Lead Regulations.
There's a lot to consider when it comes to you, your family and your pet's health. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. If you have any questions at all, please take a moment to drop us a line or give us a call at (781) 817-6146