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Asbestos is the name given to a family of naturally found minerals admired for its soft and pliant properties, as well as its ability to withstand heat. The most common type of asbestos seen in our inspections is Chrysotile, making up 85%-90% of all asbestos encountered. Chrysotile is white in color and commonly found in both construction and textile industries because it is easily woven. Other typically found variations include Amosite, a brown fiber with high water resistance and Crocidolite, a blue fiber with high chemical resistance.

Where to find Asbestos

Asbestos is found in a variety of building materials throughout the home:

- Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tiles

- Linoleum Backing

- Mastic

- Asbestos Plaster & Taping Compounds

- Acoustic Ceiling Material

- Transite Shingles & Siding

- HVAC Duct Insulation

- Roofing Felt

- Fusebox and Wire Insulation

- Window Putty

Asbestos Services

Where is asbestos located in the home

Services Include:

- Daily Asbestos Monitoring

- Asbestos Surveys/ Inspections

- Bulk Sampling

- Monitoring of Asbestos Removal Projects

- Project Closeout (including documenting the disposal of asbestos waste)

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