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Asbestos Removal Service in Little Rock, Hot Springs, Conway & Benton, AR

Since the 1970s most of the products we use today contain asbestos especially insulation materials that are used for homes and commercial buildings. Only a few products made today which still contain asbestos that could be inhaled are required to be labeled as such. This is where you need a group of splendid professionals provided by us doing Asbestos Removal.

If you are living in Little Rock, Hot Springs, Conway, Benton, Bauxite, and many more areas covering Greater Arkansas then please give us a call at 866-971-5098 for Asbestos Removal.

Materials Releasing Asbestos

Here are some of the common Asbestos Containing Materials

  • Steam Pipes, Boilers, and Furnace Ducts insulated with an asbestos blanket or asbestos paper tape. These materials may release asbestos fibers if damaged, repaired
  • Resilient Floor Tiles (vinyl asbestos, asphalt, and rubber), the backing on Vinyl Sheet Flooring, and Adhesives used for installing floor tiles. Sanding tiles can release fibers. So may scraping or sanding the backing of sheet flooring during removal.
  • Repairing or removing appliances may release asbestos fibers.
  • Asbestos Cement Roofing, Shingles, and Siding.
  • Resilient Floor Tiles (vinyl asbestos, asphalt, and rubber), the backing on Vinyl Sheet Flooring, and Adhesives used for installing floor tiles. or removed improperly.

Severe Health Concerns

Exposure to asbestos increases your risk of developing lung disease. That risk is made worse by smoking. In general, the greater the exposure to asbestos, the greater the chance of developing harmful health effects.

Disease symptoms may take many years to develop following exposure. You may be unaware of it.

Asbestos-related conditions can be difficult to identify. Healthcare providers usually identify the possibility of asbestos exposure and related health conditions like lung disease by taking a thorough medical history. This includes looking at a person’s medical, work, cultural, and environmental history.