Asbestos Abatement

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Asbestos Abatement Services

All asbestos material in commercial and residential buildings needs to be safely removed so people no longer have to suffer from the dangers that asbestos presents. At Bella Restoration, we offer professional asbestos abatement services that put safety first while removing all hazardous material quickly and completely.

Asbestos insulation material was commonly implemented in homes and buildings until the late 19th century. News of the dangers it causes spread like wildfire and unfortunately, a lot of harmful asbestos material is still out there. Continued exposure can cause serious illnesses such as lung cancer, asbestosis, or mesothelioma. At Bella Restoration, we are a passionate team of certified professionals and we are dedicated to eliminating the grave threat asbestos presents on the community. 

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Trusted Asbestos Abatement Services In Maryland

The asbestos abatement procedure consists of eradicating all material containing asbestos from the surface and into safe handling containers that can be properly disposed of at an approved site. Individuals not certified to work with asbestos should not be near the site when work is being done and need to be evacuated for their safety. For anyone who is looking to renovate or demolish their residential or commercial property, asbestos removal is required before proceeding.

certified asbestos experts

Asbestos abatement in Joppa is an extremely dangerous job and workers take high risks entering every situation. It must exclusively be left to professionals that are authorized by law to perform removal services. The Bella Restoration team comprises of experienced and certified asbestos experts that you can depend on for fast and safe asbestos removal in Joppa and greater Baltimore regions. If you are in a home or office building built prior to the 1980’s, get the property inspected or tested immediately – especially if the property is being occupied.

asbestos abatement

Asbestos abatement Services:

  • Asbestos Removal
  • Asbestos Testing
  • Asbestos Inspection
  • Asbestos Siding abatement
  • Asbestos Tile Abatement
  • Asbestos Popcorn Ceiling Removal
  • Vermiculite Insulation Abatement

Our Asbestos abatement Process

The procedures that our team of experts use for asbestos abatement include the following:

  • placing warning signs stating this is a restricted area
  • wetting the material to minimize the release of fibers
  • dropping sheets to prevent the spreading of dust
  • wetting hand tools
  • prohibiting eating, drinking, smoking or chewing gum in the work area
  • monitoring the air during all phases of the abatement
  • visually inspecting site to ensure all debris has been cleaned up

Asbestos abatement Techniques

We choose the safest option for asbestos abatement based on your situation:

Asbestos Removal

The asbestos removal procedure consists of eradicating all material containing asbestos from the surface and into safe handling containers that can be properly disposed of at an approved site. Individuals not certified to work with asbestos should not be near the site when work is being done and need to be evacuated for their safety. For anyone who is looking to renovate or demolish their residential or commercial property, asbestos removal is required before proceeding.

Asbestos Encapsulation

Encapsulation refers to the method where using a bonding agent called sealant prevents asbestos fibers from escaping the material and causing harm. The sealant is applied over the surface using airless spray equipment and may require extra testing to ensure the sealant is working properly. Encapsulation should be used in cases where further damage will not occur, but the material must support the weight of the sealant. Encapsulation is not a permanent solution and will need regular check-ups to ensure that the sealant is working over time.

Asbestos Enclosure

Asbestos enclosure refers to when a physical barrier (such as dry wall) is positioned between where asbestos is present and the rest of the building. If the enclosure is damaged then asbestos may be released into the building.

Asbestos abatement FAQs

It may be necessary if:

  • The building is going to be demolished
  • Repair or maintenance work is to be carried out which may disturb the asbestos
  • If asbestos-containing materials have been damaged or may easily become damaged
  • There will be a change in what the building is used for

Remember that an asbestos contractor can help you manage, repair and seal off asbestos as well as remove it.

If a structure has had asbestos removed it means that it is no longer present in the building. If a structure has undergone asbestos abatement that means the material has been removed or sealed within a protective material to prevent it from being released, which is when it is harmful.

Asbestos is more commonly found in these areas:

  • Asbestos Cement Products, Roof Shingles, Siding & Fiber Cement Siding
  • Textured & Popcorn Ceilings
  • Vinyl Floor Tiles, Textiles & Composites
  • Spray Coating on Walls, Beams, & Columns
  • Lagging/ Thermal Pipe Insulation
  • Asbestos Insulating Board & Attic Insulation
  • Loose Asbestos in Ceiling or Floor Cavity

When asbestos fibers are inhaled, they cause scarring in the lungs which can increase the risk of conditions like mesothelioma, asbestosis, or lung cancer.

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