Asbestos Testing & Abatement

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Asbestos Removal

Asbestos and mold are common in that they are both toxic compounds that can cause serious long-term health risks if not treated with extreme care.  Asbestos is extremely dangerous if disturbed. Proceeding with caution is the best possible recommendation. Do not touch, move or disturb material that you suspect may contain asbestos. For the safety of your business or property and to protect the health of your occupants, it is imperative to hire a professional to test the building materials to confirm if asbestos is presentIf the test results are positive, an inspector can facilitate a safplan to have the asbestos material repaired or removedthen disposed of properly

 

Why Us

IMG_7448Certified Indoor Environmental has AHERA (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act) building inspectors that are trained and licensed to help ensure your property is safe for all occupants during and after abatementCertified Indoor Environmental is an experienced, professional, and licensed team that can quickly remove asbestos in the safest way possible, following strict standards set by the State of Oregon, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).

Please check out our reviews! We offer excellent customer service, low cost, and quick turn-around. For service please contact our office to schedule a time for a project manager to answer questions or schedule an assessment.

 

 

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