Asbestos and Lead Abatement
Safely Removing Asbestos and Leads
The discovery of asbestos or lead on your property can be overwhelming. What should you do? How can you protect yourself and others? What does it take to remove asbestos and lead safely?
Exposure to airborne friable asbestos may result in a potential health risk because persons breathing the air may breathe in asbestos fibers. Continued exposure can increase the amount of fibers that remain in the lung and fibers embedded in lung tissue over time may cause serious lung diseases. Asbestos fibers associated with these health risks are too small to be seen with the naked eye, and smokers are at higher risk of developing some asbestos-related diseases.
Lead is one of the most serious environmental problems for children. Your child can get lead in the body if he/she swallows lead dust, breathes lead vapors, or eats soil or paint chips that have lead in them. Lead poisoning can cause learning disabilities, behavioral problems, anemia, or damage to the brain and kidneys. If your home was built before 1978, test the paint for lead.
From Crisis to Closure: We're Here For You
Personalized Costumer Support
From the first call to the final walk-thru, you'll be kept in constant communication with a RESCON project specialist via daily updates, including progress photos and next steps.
Our customer care team will guide you through the process, answer any questions, and will never treat your loss as just another job.
Our teams are certified (IICRC, Mold remediation, Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician and others). They undergo continuous training each year to ensure they are up to date on any new restoration techniques or methods.