Don’t hesitate to call Power Environmental if you think your property contains dangerous asbestos fibrous material. Power Vac Services Hamilton & Power Environmental Management is experienced in handling an assortment of issues for residential as well as commercial properties. Let us remove asbestos the proper way and give you peace of mind.
If you are exposed to fibrous material, you could be at serious risk for mesothelioma as well as lung cancer. Your property may have been constructed using these materials. If you or your loved ones or employees come into contact with it, you could develop a life-threatening sickness. At Power Vac Services Hamilton & Power Environmental Management, we are committed to providing fast, effective services to reduce this threat as quickly as possible.
We’re locally owned and operated and are dedicated to prompt project completion. You don’t want to spend another day worrying about exposure to dangerous materials. Count on us to get the job done right. In addition, we want you to have a clear understanding of what the process is all about and what you can expect. That’s why we offer free estimates and phone consultations to set your mind at ease.
Power Environmental Hamilton has been serving the community for more than 30 years. Call Power Vac Services Hamilton & Power Environmental Management and make your appointment today to get the help you need.
Asbestos containing materials can be found in a variety of products used in the construction and renovation of homes. There are over 3000 products that were made with asbestos, and some still products are still being used today.
When disturbed, asbestos is dangerous and can be potential health hazard . If conducting demolition or renovation activities in your home or building , or if you suspect you have damaged asbestos containing materials in your home, consult Power Environmental to identify, handle and dispose of these materials.
Where Can Asbestos be Found
Asbestos may be found in materials such as:
- insulation around pipes, ducts, and furnaces
- ceiling tiles
- ceiling texture
- vinyl flooring and mastics
- spray on acoustical insulation
- artificial fireplace ashes and embers
- wallboard patching and joint compounds
- “popcorn” ceilings
- attic insulations
- exterior roofing products
- concrete water mains