Protect your workforce with an asbestos risk assessment.
If you own a building that was constructed prior to 1989 and you want to demolish or renovate it, you will likely need to have an asbestos risk assessment done before any such work can take place. Before it was discovered how harmful asbestos can be, it was an extremely popular building material that was used in everything from insulation to adhesives, which means it can be found anywhere from flooring to roofing in older buildings. Asbestos was prized for its natural heat and water resistance, but once we learned that it could cause severe health issues like lung cancer, it was banned from being used in new construction materials.
Although it is not found in modern building supplies, there is still a danger of being exposed to harmful particles if you decide to renovate or demolish an older building where it was used in the initial construction. At Coastal Air Assessments, we can help you determine if there is asbestos in your building with our comprehensive asbestos risk assessment services.
The asbestos risk assessment is an important step that will help minimize the chances of your workers inhaling the fibers and developing serious illnesses like mesothelioma, asbestosis, and other respiratory issues. During an asbestos risk assessment, our team will help you identify areas of the building that have asbestos and assess their condition, as well as the chances of damaging or disturbing those areas while the work is underway. That information will help you determine the risk of harmful exposure and create a plan to manage those risks and protect the workers in the area.
Our goal is to help protect workers from exposure to dangerous materials and ensure that a building is safe for occupancy. Contact us today for more information about our asbestos risk assessment services or any of the other testing and surveying services we provide for customers in West Palm Beach, Florida.
At Coastal Air Assessments, we provide asbestos risk assessments for customers in West Palm Beach, Stuart, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Jupiter, North Palm Beach, Hobe Sound, Port St. Lucie, and Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.