Asbestos Removal and Abatement Services in Phoenix

Restore Master offer asbestos removal, abatement, and testing services to customers throughout the entire Phoenix Valley and surrounding areas.

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Asbestos Removal, Abatement, and Testing

Restore Master is a full service restoration company that provides high quality restoration services to our customers. An important part of the restoration process is dealing with environmental issues such as asbestos.

Asbestos is a mineral fiber that occurs naturally in soil and rocks. This material has strong fibers and is flexible while being heat resistant. It was commonly used within building structures for insulation and as a fire retardant. It is considered a hazardous material and can be found, according to the EPA, in roofing shingles, floor tiles, ceiling tiles, heat resistant fabrics, cement sheets and more. Occupations such as construction, mining, and manufacturing may be a higher risk for exposure to asbestos. Serious health complications that may occur due to asbestos include mesothelioma (a lung cancer) and ovarian cancer.

If you are dealing with a water or fire disaster, asbestos testing may be needed during the restoration process if your property was built before 1980. Asbestos containing material needs to be properly removed from your home or business and asbestos abatement should only be done my a certified expert. We follow the AHERA guidelines for asbestos abatement so you can trust that this dangerous material is begin dealt with properly.

Some key aspects of our asbestos removal service include:

  • We have protocols in place that limit the spreading of asbestos in the air.
  • We create a content barrier in order to contain this hazardous material before we begin the demo process.
  • Our team members wear all needed PPE during asbestos abatement service.
  • After the asbestos is removed, we do post asbestos air clearance testing.

If you believe that you have asbestos in your home or commercial property, contact Restore Master today to schedule an asbestos inspection. We will send a trusted restoration expert to your property to run necessary asbestos test.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you find materials in your home that are loose or disintegrated, you may want to schedule an inspection. Another time to consider testing is if you are going to be remodeling or doing a demo where particles will be released into the air.

This is a very harmful substance and you need an AHERA specialist who is trained on how to properly deal with this material. Breathing in particles of asbestos has been known to cause cancer so safety is of utmost importance.

Asbestos can be found in textured paints, popcorn ceilings, pipe insulation and even in some home appliances.

Yes, asbestos can affect air quality if the material is disturbed. During a remodel, demo or by cutting materials in the home, asbestos particles can be released into the air.

You may experience health issues such as breathing difficulty and shortness of breath. A crackling sound may be heard when taking a deep breath. Old materials in the home that crumble or fall apart easily may be a sign of asbestos.

Asbestos is naturally found in rocks and soil.

Asbestos was commonly used in homes built prior to 1980. According to the EPA, more than 30 million tons of asbestos were used from 1900 and 1980.

Yes, when inhaled asbestos fibers can get trapped in your lungs and cause cancer.

Have an asbestos specialist come and do an inspection. Because of the toxic nature of asbestos, this should only be done by someone who is certified.

This can be found in older homes, construction materials, vinyl floor tiles, insulation and cement roofing to name a few.

Chrysotile is a common form of asbestos. It has been used in roofs, ceilings and floors of homes. Amosite is another form of asbestos and it can be found in cement sheets and pipe insulation.

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