Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal in Dallas TX Including Commercial Properties is Safe With Texas State Restoration
We Service Dallas, Plano and Surrounding Towns: Highland Park, University Park, Northwest Dallas, Lake Highlands, North Dallas, Oak Lawn, Cedar Crest, Wolf Creek, Piedmont Addition, Cockrell Hill, Hunters Glen, Frisco, The Colony, Hebron, Carrollton, Addision, Richardson, Murphy, Parker, Allen
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Professionally trained asbestos contractors Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal in TX will ensure Dallas properties are asbestos free, and all necessary precautions taken in the proper disposal of material in accordance with all state and federal regulations
We provide Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal in and around Dallas including, but not limited to, the following towns: Dallas, Highland Park, University Park, Northwest Dallas, Lake Highlands, North Dallas, Oak Lawn, Cedar Crest, Wolf Creek, Piedmont Addition, Cockrell Hill
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Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal in Dallas TX: It is very common for old Insulation in Dallas properties to contain asbestos. Before you panic, just know that there are time tested and safe processes available today for proper Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal if handled by asbestos removal contractors like Texas State Restoration.
What You May Not Know About Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal for Your Dallas TX Property:
The local health department, the EPA, and the State Department responsible for environmental protection must be notified.
Texas Department of Health Contact Details if Required
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, Texas 78756-3199
1100 West 49th Street
Austin, Texas 78756-3199
Let’s look at the background of asbestos.
Asbestos is a material that has many properties to include being very heat resistant, a great insulator, and relatively cheap. Unfortunately, it also has the bad characteristic of causing a variety of maladies from skin irritation to cancer. When in dust form, asbestos is a known carcinogen and is very hazardous. This is why you should consider removing all Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound from your house or commercial property.
Other Common Types of Asbestos Materials Used in Residential and Commercial Applications
- Asbestos Insulation Removal
- Asbestos Vermiculite Removal
- Asbestos Flooring Removal
- Asbestos Linoleum Floor Tiles Removal
- Asbestos Floor Tiles Removal
- Asbestos Tiles Removal
- Asbestos Linoleum Flooring Removal
- Asbestos Roofing Removal
- Asbestos Shingles Removal
- Asbestos Siding Removal
- Asbestos Fill Removal
- Asbestos Pipe Insulation Removal
- Asbestos Pipe Wrap Removal
- Asbestos Fiberboard Removal
- Asbestos Caulking Removal
- Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal
- Exterior Asbestos Stucco Removal
- Asbestos in Heating Systems Removal
- Asbestos Wrapped Ductwork Removal
- Asbestos Flue Pipes Removal
- Asbestos Popcorn Ceiling Removal
Some people advocate for encapsulating the asbestos, mostly due to laziness, or the fact it’s easier to do so than remove, but almost never is it cheaper to do so. In addition to saving relatively little, if any money, this can also create future costly problems. If you ever try to sell the property, you usually must disclose any and all known asbestos in the structure. When you disclose the presence of asbestos most buyers will back out even if it is in an inert form. You also run the risk of someday accidentally doing something that will turn the asbestos to dust and unknowingly create a huge health risk during a simple renovation or improvement job. For all of these reasons it is best to have it removed. If you remove the asbestos improperly, however, you may create significant health and legal risks. This is why it is best to trust a professional asbestos removal company like Texas State Restoration. Remember according to most experts, exposure risk levels are undetermined and many folks believe just one fiber can cause cancer down the road. It’s just better to remove the asbestos rather than encapsulate it, however there are sometimes extenuating circumstances, the staff at Texas State Restoration are trained to help you understand your options at time of consultation so you can make an educated decision on whether encapsulation or complete removal is your best option.
When you choose Texas State Restoration for your Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal and cleanup, you will have decades of expertise at your disposal. We have completed a multitude of Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal projects and possess the experience to make your project a safe and expeditious one. Once we begin the removal we will immediately determine the extent of the contamination, and cordon off the area that we will be working in. For indoor applications we will seal off the room or area with thick plastic sheeting or other appropriate material and ensure that all vents and other inlets to the room are covered so that dust does not settle in them. This isolation will prevent the exposure of anyone else to the asbestos contamination. If the application requires any outdoor containment appropriate steps will be taken in accordance with all state and local regulations and with total regard for the health of all of those involved.
Our technicians will use our extensive array of equipment to begin the process of safely cleaning up the mess in the most efficient manner. Where appropriate we will use a light mist to keep the asbestos dust down while we move in the cleanup area as long as doing so will not damage the structure. Our team then begins to gently remove and package the asbestos material into OSHA approved containers for storage and disposal. We always ensure that any material we collect is transported and disposed of in the most secure manner to avoid further contamination, and to comply with all state, federal and local regulations.
When you choose Texas State Restoration to remove your Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound you will also have peace of mind about legal compliance. There are many laws governing asbestos removal and disposal. These laws change frequently as we find out more about the health hazards of asbestos. At Texas State Restoration, we make sure to keep abreast of all these laws so that we can keep all of our projects in compliance and keep all involved parties safe and legally unencumbered.
We make sure to only employ competent, service minded, and friendly staff. Our employees know that any time you need to have asbestos materials removed from your business or home it is an inconvenience. All of our employees will do their best to minimize disturbance to your daily routine as much as possible. They also use the greatest care when entering, exiting, and performing the removal so as not to damage your house or business.
For your Asbestos Drywall Joint Compound Removal requirements in TX, trust the professionals at Texas State Restoration. We are the premier choice for safe and prompt asbestos removal solutions. One of our estimators can easily give you a quote whenever it is convenient for you.
To better understand the logistics of asbestos removal for your TX property, call the professionals at Texas State Restoration, we can help. That’s why state governments, the DOD, and many Fortune 1000 clients trust us. We will handle the process from the initial HAZMAT inspection and permitting, to removal or remediation through to safe disposal.
Commercial Damage Restoration Services
Commercial water damage repair, restoration, remediation, cleanup and dryout for hotels, restaurants, resorts, schools, office buildings, retail stores, nursing homes, municipal buildings, apartment complexes, condominiums, industrial manufacturing, churches, and more!
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Why Texas State Restoration
- Fully Insured
- IICRC Certified
- Workmanship Guarantee
- Staff Background Checks
- Train and Retain Programs
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Understanding Water Damage Restoration Services
When it comes to commercial water damage, residential water damage, including damage from storms and flooding, Texas State Restoration has you covered. With each event, man made or natural, there are specific skillsets needed and concerns to be considered, everything from coverage entitlements, to business downtime, to the health of everyone involved, you need a company with experience by your side to ensure a favorable outcome, after all it’s not just about fixing the damage, it’s about putting all of the pieces of your business or life back together as quickly as possible.