Could Your House Be Contaminated with Asbestos?


Asbestos, a group of naturally occurring minerals, has been extensively used in numerous industries until the 1980s, when the hazardous heath effects of prolonged exposure were finally confirmed by several government agencies. Nowadays, asbestos is deemed carcinogenic and its correlation with terminal conditions such as lung cancer and mesothelioma is undeniable.

Why Should I Test Products in My Home for Asbestos?

Testing common products in your house for asbestos, especially if the building was erected before the 1980s, is crucial. If the carcinogen is indeed present in your home, abatement is subsequently required to completely remove asbestos from the building and ensure your family’s well being.

Click Below to Find Potentially Dangerous Asbestos in Your Home

  • Insulation
  • Ceiling
  • Interior Walls
  • Window Putty
  • Wood Burning Stoves / Fireplaces
  • Garages
  • Siding/Stucco
  • Sheetrock/Drywall
  • Floors
  • Heating Ducts
  • Water Heaters
  • Pipe Insulation
  • Boilers
  • Transite or Asbestos-Cement Pipes
  • Textured Paint/ Coating
  • Faux Brick Wall Cladding
  • Roof
  • Adhesives
  • Wallpapers
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Read our Asbestos Products Guide

You can find information about the most common household asbestos-containing products and learn how to properly collect samples.

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Send us samples from products

We will conduct a thorough analysis in order to provide you with the most accurate and reliable results.

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Hire an asbestos abatement company

A certified asbestos removal company will be able to safely and efficiently dispose of all asbestos in your house.

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