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Asbestos Removal

Certified Asbestos Remediation Experts

Asbestos was once a common option for builders due to its low cost and fireproofing properties. Over time it has shown several long term health effects for people who have lived with it marking it as a serious health risk when activated. Asbestos removal should not be done by anyone other than a professional who is trained to safely remove it. If you know or believe that your home in Kingston, Belleville or Eastern Ontario may have asbestos, do not hesitate to contact First Response. Our team of experts properly assess and treat the situation.

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How We Remove Asbestos

Our Asbestos Removal Process

Our experts will begin the asbestos removal process by investigating all areas in the home to detect any areas that contain the asbestos. If the asbestos is confirmed to be in any spaces, our team will secure the area in order to contain the asbestos and prevent it from contaminating other areas in the home. We will carefully construct a plan of action to quickly and effectively remove the substance from the home. Our team will go into the space and fully remove all asbestos leaving no traces of contamination and then properly dispose of it leaving your home a safe and healthy space to live in.


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Asbestos is a dangerous material that was commonly used to build materials due to its durability and usability in the industrial and construction industries. Asbestos is classified as a carcinogen and can also cause numerous respiratory problems including: Asbestosis and Mesothelioma. Asbestos has been used as a general insulation for pipes, boilers, tanks and ducts.

During building renovations, expansions or demolitions, this material can be disrupted and becomes an airborne carcinogen as well as a danger to anyone in the vicinity. If you think that you may be living in a space that contains asbestos contact First Response to receive a professional asbestos assessment.


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Why Hire Certified Asbestos Removal Experts?

Protect Your Family From Asbestos Exposure

Prolonged exposure to asbestos can be extremely dangerous for you and your family. In Canada, asbestos removal projects need to adhere to strict safety regulations and must be done by licensed and certified contractors. Some of the main reasons to hire pros and to avoid DIY removal projects include:

Proper Identification – Certified asbestos removal companies can carefully take samples and have them properly assessed.

Thorough & Safe Removal – Professionals can contain debris and remove all asbestos safely.

Systematic Approaches – Trained professionals follow strict safety regulations and guidelines to ensure safe asbestos removal.

Proper Training & Equipment – Asbestos removal companies are equipped with the right tools, training, and certification to execute asbestos removal jobs safely and correctly. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Simply put, there is no safe amount of exposure to asbestos. Asbestos can cause cancer and chronic respiratory diseases after any amount of asbestos fibers are inhaled or ingested. If your home or work area has asbestos, it is imperative that it be removed and abated as soon as possible.
Asbestos was the most common material used for popcorn ceilings until it was banned in 1978. If your home was built before this and has a popcorn ceiling, it might contain asbestos. If you suspect you have asbestos in your home, contact us today to see how we can help.

You should never try to handle or remove asbestos by yourself. Once asbestos is disturbed, airborne particles get released and can be extremely dangerous if inhaled. Trained asbestos removal professionals can safely inspect, test, and remove asbestos in your home so that you don’t have to put your family’s health at risk.

Identifying asbestos in your home is very difficult as it is often mixed with other budding materials. If your home was built before 1980, it is likely that at least some parts of the home contain asbestos. Since asbestos can be in so many materials, to properly identify asbestos in your home or office, you must hire a qualified testing company such as First Response Cleaning.
Asbestos removal is extremely dangerous and should only be done by experienced professionals with adequate protective equipment. For your health and safety it is imperative that you not attempt to remove asbestos yourself. If you need asbestos removed from your property, contact us today.
Asbestos can be found in many places in your home. Until the 1980’s, asbestos was commonly mixed with other construction materials for ceilings, floor tiles, insulation, siding, and much more. If your home was built between the 1950’s and 1980, there is a good chance it contains at least some asbestos. For complete asbestos testing, contact us.

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