Dallas Asbestos Removal

The removal of asbestos is tricky! Asbestos starts out as a rock-like mineral, but when used in construction materials or paints, it begins to shed a very fine dust. It is odorless and the dust it forms cannot be perceived simply by looking. Since asbestos doesn’t leave obvious markers to indicate its presence, proper testing is important. If asbestos is identified, then safely and quickly removing it is critical. This process should always be handled by professionals as the removal of the asbestos can create more of the dust that is linked to health hazards.

Asbestos Services We Offer

  • Asbestos Removal
  • Asbestos Testing
  • Asbestos Abatement
  • Asbestos Inspection

What Makes Texas Disaster Restoration Asbestos Clean up the Best Choice?

Since 2010, Texas Disaster Restoration has provided fast, courteous asbestos removal services to thousands of families and businesses around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, helping them quickly move past the tragedy. Our discreet, caring technicians are ready to remediate your situation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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    Why you need to Removal Asbestos From Your Home

    Asbestos fibers, when disturbed, can become airborne and inhaled. Prolonged exposure to these fibers has been linked to serious health conditions, including lung cancer, asbestosis, and mesothelioma. Removing asbestos reduces the risk of these life-threatening illnesses for you and your loved ones.
    Homes containing asbestos can experience reduced resale value and marketability. Potential buyers often seek asbestos-free properties due to the associated health concerns and potential liability.
    If you plan to renovate or perform maintenance on your home, disturbing asbestos-containing materials can release harmful fibers into the air. Proper removal beforehand ensures the safety of both you and any contractors working on your property.
    In Texas, there are strict regulations governing the removal and disposal of asbestos. Failure to comply with these regulations can lead to legal issues and fines.
    Asbestos-containing materials can degrade over time, releasing fibers into the environment even without direct disturbance. Removal prevents this ongoing release, safeguarding your indoor air quality.
    Asbestos removal contributes to a healthier environment. Proper disposal prevents asbestos fibers from entering the air, soil, or waterways.

    Common Places of Asbestos

    It's important to note that these are potential areas where asbestos could be found, especially in homes built before the 1980s. If you suspect the presence of asbestos in your home, it's recommended to have a professional inspection and testing done before any renovation or maintenance activities. Handling asbestos requires proper precautions to minimize health risks.

    Service Areas for ASbestos Removal

    Texas Disaster Restoration serves the entire Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We are a family-owned business that will arrive at the cleanup site, ready to go within an hour of your call. We’re available 24/7 with live operators to assist you anytime you need it. To learn more about the individual municipalities of the Metroplex we serve, we invite you to explore the pages linked below.

    Frequently Asked Questions About Asbestos

    1What is asbestos?
    Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that was once widely used in construction and manufacturing due to its heat resistance and durability.
    2Why is asbestos dangerous?
    Asbestos becomes dangerous when its fibers are released into the air and inhaled. Prolonged exposure to these fibers can lead to serious health issues, including lung cancer, asbestosis, and mesothelioma.
    3Where might asbestos be found in homes?
    Asbestos could be present in various areas of older homes, including popcorn ceilings, pipe insulation, vinyl flooring, attic insulation, textured wall coatings, and more.
    4How can I tell if my home has asbestos?
    The only way to definitively determine the presence of asbestos is through professional testing and inspection. Visual inspection alone is not sufficient.
    5Can I remove asbestos myself?
    It is not recommended to attempt asbestos removal without proper training and equipment. Disturbing asbestos-containing materials without proper precautions can release fibers into the air, endangering your health.
    6How is asbestos removal done?
    Professional asbestos removal involves trained technicians following strict procedures to safely contain and remove asbestos-containing materials. Specialized equipment and protective gear are used to minimize exposure.
    7What should I do if I suspect asbestos in my home?
    If you suspect asbestos, do not disturb the materials. Contact Texas Disaster Restoration to inspect, assess the situation, and determine whether testing and removal are necessary.
    8How much does asbestos removal cost?
    The cost of asbestos removal varies based on factors such as the extent of contamination, location, and type of materials.
    9Can I live in my home during asbestos removal?
    Depending on the extent of the work, it may be necessary to temporarily vacate your home during asbestos removal to ensure your safety and minimize exposure.