If you have a home that was built before 1985, and has insulating material in it that may contain asbestos, then it would be vitally important for you to consult with a residential asbestos removal company that can help you determine whether or not it would be feasible for the asbestos to be removed from your home.


Even if your goal is something unrelated to asbestos abatement, you may encounter asbestos-containing materials when doing your project. You may want to consider having the material tested first to see if it does contain asbestos.

Asbestos exposure dangers result from fibres being released into the air, and for many materials this does not happen unless the material becomes disturbed, often through remodeling activities. Mesothelioma and asbestosis are two of the asbestos diseases that can result.

The absolute main priority is not to contaminate your house with asbestos dust that will hang around for years. Dust can be more easily disturbed and more easily lead to asbestos exposure than a solid building material. Long term exposure is more of a concern than short term events.

Asbestos removal and asbestos abatement should be left to a professional. A good tip would be before undertaking residential asbestos removal is to at least contact a professional asbestos abatement company to see what your options are.

For your residential asbestos removal needs, we are your best ally as a qualified, licensed, asbestos abatement contractor.

Sealtech Restorations offers:

  • Proper containment and removal
  • Thorough site decontamination
  • Lawful disposal