Commercial asbestos removal costs will vary in relation to your location in NH, MA, ME, CT, VT, or RI.
At Peniel we provide free evaluations that will explain the costs associated with commercial asbestos removal projects.
When it comes to protecting the health of residents or workers in your building, you can’t put a price on it. In addition to health problems, you could also run into legal issues if you expose workers to hazardous conditions. Asbestos is widely known as a cause of deadly mesothelioma cancer and banned throughout much of the world, so it’s important to know whether your building was built using it or not.
By reaching out to our team of trained technicians, you can remove this risk from your property and rest assured that you will be providing a safe environment for anyone who walks into your building. Asbestos has been found in many commercial and residential buildings in NH, MA, ME, CT, VT, or RI. Peniel Environmental Solutions is located in New Hampshire, but is proud to serve all of these states.
We’ll be completely transparent from the start regarding the costs that it will take to remove the asbestos from your property. There is no flat fee, but here are some of the factors that determine what the total cost will be.
Scope of work
Peniel Environmental Solutions serves commercial properties who are in need of specialized asbestos removal services. Our team of trained specialists are qualified to handle areas of all sizes to give you that peace of mind once the job is complete.
As a versatile mixture, asbestos was used for many different purposes during construction before it was banned in the United States in the 1980’s. Upon finishing inspection, we’ll use our specialized process to remove it from wherever it is located on your property.. Here are some of the most common places where asbestos might be found:
● Walls and ceilings
● Duct and Fiberboard
● Window glazing and window caulking
Over time the asbestos fibers can accumulate and cause scarring and inflammation, which can affect breathing and lead to serious health problems. Asbestos is a substance that can cause cancer and studies have shown that once exposed, risks of developing lung cancer and mesothelioma can increase. Additionally, asbestos exposure may also increase the risk of asbestosis. Asbestosis is an inflammatory condition affecting the lungs that can cause shortness of breath, coughing, and permanent lung damage.
Not only will it put you in danger, but also those who work to remove it. Because of this, proper and professional removal and disposal is our highest priority. Some areas, such as a furnace, heating system or boiler may cause more risk than other areas that are typically affected.
How accessible is the area that you’re looking to have inspected and taken care of? The more difficult it is for a specialist to get in the area, the more time it might take for the asbestos to be fully removed. We’re meticulous in our process to ensure that no trace of asbestos is left behind.
For example, furnaces must be handled with special and specific care. Removing appliances or cutting, tearing, sanding, drilling, or sawing insulation can release dangerous asbestos fibers from these materials. Our process is thorough and according to code, to maintain safety protocol.
Amount of waste generated
Once a piece of fiber is treated with asbestos, it’s almost impossible to remove it from the fiber. Thus, lots of materials have to be thrown out, but in a safe manner. Our team of trained professionals adhere to all local, state and federal regulations to ensure that the materials are safely handled and disposed of properly.
If the asbestos is not removed, our technicians will encapsulate or enclose all asbestos products found in your building to remove the risk of its toxins getting in the air and to maintain a clean environment for your workers or residents.
Asbestos could have been used for a wide range of products including insulation on the pipes in your basement to roofing shingles on your house. The tools we use to remove it are dependent on the materials that have been affected.
Ready to tackle asbestos in your commercial building?
To fully understand the costs of commercial asbestos removal, consult the environmental professionals at Peniel Environmental Solutions. We’re equipped to handle all commercial buildings no matter the size. We will handle the process from initial inspection to removal, to notifications through to proper disposal and documentation.
Call us today for a free consultation, (855) 317.8236.