Most environmental cleanup projects in Marshall, VA, aren’t the huge issues you hear about on the news, like about river contamination sites and old factories that are damaging the surrounding area. These are big problems, but for most homeowners and business owners, the danger is closer at hand.
One of the most common hazards is asbestos. Hundreds of thousands of old structures still contain this building material. It was outlawed in construction in the 1970s but had been in use for decades. Many homes and offices built in the 1920s right up through the 1970s still contain material made with asbestos.
Did you know that it was used in linoleum, insulation, pipes, siding, ceilings, roofing, ducts and drywall? Asbestos made other material stronger, it was fire-resistant, and it was cheap. It made sense back in the day to use it for construction before people realized it was actually a killer. Inhaling asbestos dust and microscopic fibers have been directly linked to a variety of serious illnesses, including cancer.
If you suspect that you’re living in a home or work in a commercial building with asbestos in the air, you need to take these steps to stay safe:
Thinking of doing the job yourself? It’s a bad idea. Environmental cleanup in Marshall, VA, isn’t a job for the weekend handyman. Not only will you be putting yourself in danger, but you’ll also be making the problem worse than it currently is. When you poke around looking for signs of asbestos, you release even more into the environment. Asbestos remediation is a job for trained professionals, using protective gear and following all legal and scientific best practices.
The experts at Envirotex have been helping homeowners and business owners just like you for almost two decades. They have the experience, training, and equipment to get the job done properly. When you work with professionals, you know they have the hands-on knowledge to test accurately for the presence of asbestos, to remove it completely, and to dispose of the material legally.
The goal of the team at Envirotex is to restore a safe environment to your home or commercial building. The company follows stringent standards and has earned a reputation for attention to detail and thoroughness. It was founded by a former military man. He learned on the job in the service, doing air monitoring and hazardous materials testing.
Call the pros at Envirotex today for a free, no-obligation estimate for environmental cleanup in Marshall, VA.
About Envriotex Environmental Services
Established in Fairfax, VA in 2000, Envirotex Environmental Services was founded on military service. While serving his country, the company's owner Mr. Freeman gained vast knowledge and experience in the environmental services field. His expertise in air monitoring and hazardous materials testing prepared him for his post-military career.
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