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Asbestos is found in three main forms: amosite, crocidolite and chrysotile. These are usually known as brown, blue and white asbestos. Brown and blue asbestos are the more dangerous types. Inhaled asbestos fibers may result in a variety of diseases such as asbestosis, mesothelioma, pleural thickening, and asbestos-related lung cancer.

If your home or business has Asbestos, do not try to remove it yourself. Call us (the professionals at

Advanced Abatement) to safely remove it.

Our experts will assess the asbestos in your building to determine the best action for your situation. Our fully trained team will handle any and all asbestos issues including removal and encapsulation. 


We will work hard to  provide quality, efficiency, and customer satisfaction.

Asbestos Removal

Asbestos can usually be found in any building constructed before 1974.  It was used in materials for fireproofing, roofing, flooring, electrical conduits, and insulation. 

General Definition
Asbestos is the name of a group of highly fibrous minerals with separable, long, and thin fibers. Separated asbestos fibers are strong enough and flexible enough to be spun and woven. Asbestos fibers are heat resistant, making them useful for many industrial purposes. Because of their durability, asbestos fibers that get into lung tissue will remain for long periods of time.

How Are People Exposed to Asbestos
People may be exposed to asbestos in their workplace, their communities, or their homes. If products containing asbestos are disturbed, tiny asbestos fibers are released into the air. When asbestos fibers are breathed in, they may get trapped in the lungs and remain there for a long time. Over time, these fibers can accumulate and cause scarring and inflammation, which can affect breathing and lead to serious health problems.

Asbestos Floor Tile Removal

Asbestos Exterior Siding Removal

Asbestos Vermiculite Insulation Removal


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