Asbestos Removal in Central Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware
A job for the pros.
Hazmat suits and special air filtration equipment are required when removing asbestos materials from a house.
Protect your family from harmful asbestos fibers with expert abatement
Does your home have asbestos? This is an important question because exposure to asbestos can cause severe respiratory ailments, such as asbestosis and mesothelioma. Both of these lung diseases can be fatal.
The best way to ensure that asbestos is safely removed from your home is to hire a trained professional contractor. The experts at C.A.R.E. Property Services, Inc. can safely remove and dispose of all asbestos-containing materials without causing disruption to your home’s air quality.
Contact us today for a free estimate for asbestos removal in McSherrystown, Hanover, York and nearby.
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Asbestos can be found in many different materials
Asbestos is a mineral that can be found in many parts of the world. Unlike most other rocks, asbestos has a unique fibrous texture that allows the mineral to be woven into fabrics or processed into building materials that are strong and totally fireproof.
Call us for expert asbestos testing & abatement in Pennsylvania & Maryland
If your home was built in 1986 or earlier, it may contain asbestos in one or more forms. To protect your family from this health hazard, contact the experts at C.A.R.E. Property Services, Inc. After your home has been inspected and tested for asbestos content, we’ll explain the best options for asbestos abatement. Our technicians are trained and certified to provide comprehensive asbestos removal services.
Give us a call at 1-888-243-1936 or contact us online for asbestos testing and a free asbestos removal estimate. We provide expert disaster restoration solutions in McSherrystown, Hanover, York, Littlestown, Abbottstown, New Oxford, Spring Grove, Codorus, Lineboro, Glenville and the surrounding areas of Pennsylvania & Maryland.
Common building materials in your home that may contain asbestos:
Asbestos fibers are invisible and dangerous
Although asbestos has been used for thousands of years because of its insulating and fireproof qualities, we know today that exposure to microscopic asbestos particles is extremely dangerous. Some forms of asbestos (referred to as “friable” asbestos) are more dangerous than others because they are easily degraded, putting hazardous microscopic fibers into the air you breathe.