Don’t wait to find out if you have an asbestos problem – call our team right away!
Asbestos first came into popular use due to its effectiveness as an insulator, flame retardant, sound inhibitor, and more. Thanks to modern science, it is now understood that asbestos poses a serious health hazard. Asbestos is composed of thousands of microscopic fibers and these fibers are easily inhaled into the lungs, where they can remain for many years. Inhaling even a small amount of asbestos fibers can put you at serious risk for major health problems, including lung cancer.
Though no longer used in new construction, many older homes and businesses may still have hidden pockets of asbestos. If you suspect that your property is one of the many that still contain this harmful material, call our team at Double D Construction Services, Inc., as soon as possible to set up an asbestos assessment.
Because of the danger asbestos poses, it’s best to leave the asbestos assessment process to qualified professionals. At-home asbestos testing kits do exist, but these are often inaccurate. Using one of these kits can also put you at risk to inhale asbestos fibers, and it’s better to avoid them.
Our team uses certified, professional-quality safety equipment to test for asbestos without putting anyone at risk. As accredited asbestos contractors, we are also familiar with all legal regulations regarding asbestos assessment and (if necessary) removal. We’ll get accurate results to determine if you have an asbestos problem, and if the tests come back positive, we can remove the material and restore your property to safe conditions.
At Double D Construction Services, Inc., we are proud to serve the Greensboro, North Carolina community. If you have reason to believe you may have asbestos in your home or business, don’t hesitate to schedule an asbestos assessment with our team of experts.
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.