Since 1992 we have removed asbestos inside many older homes and buildings in Glendale, CA including those in the historic districts of Casa Verdugo, South Cumberland Heights and Kenneth Village that were built back in the 1930s.
All too often we tell Glendale residents who want to restore their historic homes to their original grandeur that any renovation or demolition requires an asbestos survey (more about Rule 1403).
Removing and disposing asbestos yourself is unlawful and dangerous
We do not advise Glendale, CA homeowners to perform any asbestos removal step on their own. It’s best to leave the health hazards and safety risks to our asbestos technicians. We have the abatement tools, training, licensing, and certification necessary to comply with local, state and federal laws.
If you are contemplating to repair or remodel, be sure to have an asbestos survey perform according to Rule 1403 to avoid costly decontamination work and potential citations and fines.
The most common instances of asbestos exposure we’ve seen occur when home improvement contractors cut into your ceilings, repair or replace plumbing pipes or ducting, start demolition without first having an asbestos survey performed as required by law, or cut through shingle siding as part of a home remodeling project.
Other environmental services in Glendale, CA
In addition to asbestos abatement, we also provide these environmental services at residential, commercial, or industrial locations:
We service the following Glendale, CA zip codes: 90039, 91011, 91020, 91046, 91201, 91202, 91203, 91204, 91205, 91206, 91207, 91208, 91210, 91214.