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ERC specializes in industrial asbestos abatement and is a licensed and registered Asbestos Removal Contractor. ERC’s technicians have decades of experience dealing with commercial asbestos abatement on projects ranging from small residential projects to large industrial projects. We are one of the biggest commercial asbestos removal contractors in the Anaheim CA area and work with some of the biggest companies in Orange County. What makes ERC unique is our ability to handle water damage claims where asbestos is present. ERC’s cross certification in asbestos removal significantly reduces your liability and more importantly your exposure to this carcinogen. We take care of removing and disposing of asbestos pipe and tile in a manner that is safe for everyone who lives or works in your facility.
Returning your Anaheim CA commercial or industrial property to a safe, sanitary condition in a timely but cost effective manner is what ERC does best.
Our experienced and certified commercial asbestos abatement technicians are ready to help you!
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What is Asbestos and why do I need Commercial Asbestos Abatement Anaheim CA?
Asbestos in a natural mineral fiber found in rock and soil. Because if its strength and resistance to heat, asbestos fibers were once widely used in in many construction materials and manufactured products such as flooring, insulation, spray-on “popcorn” ceiling treatments, roofing shingles and others.
Asbestos fibers may be released into the air by the disturbance of asbestos-containing material during product use, demolition work, building or home maintenance, repair, and remodeling. In general, exposure may occur only when the asbestos-containing material is disturbed or damaged in some way to release particles and fibers into the air.
When people become exposed to asbestos, serious health problems can occur, that is why it is important to hire a professional commercial asbestos abatement company. Inhalation of the fibers increases the risk of lung disease, mesothelioma and asbestosis. It is very important that when the time comes for industrial asbestos removal, this harmful material it is done by a fully licensed and experienced contractor who can safely remove the asbestos from the property.
If you suspect material contains asbestos, don’t touch it. Look for signs of wear or damage such as tears, abrasions, or water damage. Damaged material may release asbestos fibers. This is particularly true if you often disturb it by hitting, rubbing or handling, or if it is exposed to extreme vibration or air flow.
Where Might Asbestos be Found?
Until the 1970s, many types of building materials contained asbestos. When these materials are damaged or disturbed, asbestos fibers may be released. When this occurs, call us for industrial asbestos abatement. Common products that might contain asbestos and may release fibers, include:
- Steam pipes, boilers and furnace ducts may be insulated with an asbestos blanket or asbestos paper tape.
- Floor Tiles made from vinyl, asphalt and rubber may have asbestos on the backing/adhesive part of the tile.
- Insulation around furnaces or wood burning stoves made from cement sheet, millboard or paper
- Door gaskets in furnaces, wood stoves or coal stoves – worn seals can release asbestos fibers during use.
- Soundproofing or decrorative material that has been sprayed on walls or ceilings
- Patch or, joint compounds for walls and ceilings as well as textured paints
- Asbestos cement roofing, shingles and siding
- Artificial ashes and embers used for gas fireplaces
Learn more at the EPA website.
ERC is licensed by the California State Contractors Licensing Board (CSLB) in the State of California- License # 803905 and is registered with the California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Occupational Safety & Health (DOSH) # 843 as a licensed Asbestos Removal Contractor.