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Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral composed of flexible fibers resistant to heat, electricity, and corrosion, and therefore was used in building materials for a long time. It was officially banned nationwide in 1989 due to findings that asbestos is actually a carcinogen. If your property has never been remodeled and was built prior to 1989, then you’ll want to contact Jarvis Restoration for asbestos abatement and treatment.
- Established in 1970 with 50+ Years of Experience in Restoration
- Our Technicians are IICRC Certified
- We Work with All Insurance Companies
Orange County home and business owners often don’t realize that asbestos can get released when they experience any type of structural damage, and thus can become a risk to all of the building’s occupants. This is why you need a qualified team to rid the space of asbestos.
Contact Jarvis Restoration for safe and effective asbestos testing and abatement services.
If your home or commercial property was built prior to 1989, it has to be tested for asbestos in the case of a damaging disaster such as fire, flood, or wind. Jarvis Restoration professionals will take samples from your property in order to have them tested for asbestos, and if found will safely eliminate and remove any traces of asbestos left in your home.
This is an intricate process and vital to the health of your household or commercial property, so it’s important that you only trust properly licensed professionals for the job.
Asbestos abatement involves our professionals taking a number of steps to control and minimize the release of asbestos fibers from asbestos-containing materials during your structural restoration project.
You may be surprised to learn just how many residential and commercial buildings throughout Orange County still have asbestos, most often found in "popcorn ceilings" and within insulation and drywall. While asbestos doesn’t typically pose a danger if left undisturbed, even the smallest amount of fire or water damage can release asbestos into the air, and you’ll want experienced and knowledgeable professionals to eliminate it.
Lead Paint Removal
As of 1978, the use of lead-based paint was banned throughout California. However, many structures throughout Orange County were built before this time, and if you have an older home or business property, then there’s a chance you could still have lead paint on your walls, which can get disturbed and distributed throughout your home in a fire or flood. We provide lead paint removal services to ensure that your home is safe as possible for you and your family.