Not sure if you have asbestos at your home or business in Charlotte? Call us for an asbestos assessment today.
At one point, asbestos was a very commonly used construction material. It was used for sound proofing, as an insulator, and to increase fire retardance in commercial and residential buildings. We now know that asbestos can have serious health implications, especially if the fibers become airborne. If you have reason to suspect that asbestos was used in the construction of your home or business in Charlotte, North Carolina, it is important to contact us here at Double D Construction Services, Inc. for an asbestos assessment. In the meantime, do not disturb the area where you suspect asbestos is present. Check the area for signs of damage and wait for us to help with collecting necessary samples.
Many of the cheap asbestos testing kids available are a scam. Trying to perform an asbestos assessment on your own can be dangerous, as collecting samples without proper safety gear can pose a health risk to you and the other people who use and live in your building. During our assessment of your building, we pledge to do the following:
- We will maintain safety standards at all times: We will use the proper gear and collect the necessary samples to get accurate results from testing.
- We will adhere to relevant law: We are certified and accredited asbestos contractors, which means we know all the regulations that are pertinent to asbestos assessment and removal when needed.
If your asbestos assessment reveals that removal is needed, you can trust us to provide you with the best comprehensive removal services around. From start to finish, we will do what is needed to make your building safe for those who use it. Give us a call today to schedule your assessment.
At Double D Construction Services, Inc., we offer asbestos assessment services in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Clemmons, Mocksville, Salisbury, Boone, Mount Airy, Asheboro, Concord, Raleigh, North Wilkesboro, Lexington, Thomasville, Charlotte, and Hickory, North Carolina.