Asbestos Removal Vail Colorado: Call ECOS On 970-476-3267 To Hire Vail’s BEST Asbestos Removal Company. For Over 13 years, ECOS Has Helped Many Vail Residents Safely Remove Asbestos In Their Commercial Buildings & Residential Homes. ECOS Can Provide Referrals Upon Request!
Asbestos Removal Vail Colorado: Top 10 Reasons Why Clients Should Hire ECOS For Their Asbestos Removal Project:
- Live Operator On Call 24/7 To Schedule Your Project
- Our Team Has Many Years Of experience
- ECOS Professionals Are Certified By The Colorado Department Of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE)
- Our Team Wears Uniforms & Carry I.D. Badges To Certify That They Have Been Screened With A Background Check
- We Arrive On Time & Commit To A Work Schedule Upfront
- We Focus Heavily On Health & Safety Of Our Clients
- We Have No Hidden Charges & Provide An Estimate Prior To Doing Any Work
- We Are Available To Do Emergency Asbestos Removal Jobs
- ECOS Will Be Happy To Provide You With A List Of References Upon Request
- Regular Customer Base That Is Very Happy With Our Services
Asbestos: What Is It?
Asbestos was once seen as a wonderful fire retardant in construction, but people who worked with the material consistently got sick. Nowadays, the names of asbestos-related conditions, such as mesothelioma or asbestosis, are recognizable to most people because of wide-spread press coverage that came about in the 1960s and 1970s.
Asbestos is a fibrous material widely used as a building material and an adhesive in floor and wall tile until the latter part of the 20th Century. Known for its high fire and heat resistance, it was once thought to be ideal as insulation. In the early 1900’s, its unhealthful qualities were suspected but not proven until a midway through about midway into the last century. Asbestos-based materials are still found in some old structures – abandoned and occupied – but the health risk stems from its airborne particles not from the presence of the material in a structure; even so, the presence of asbestos is still seen as a potential hazard. If the material ever becomes damaged, the risk of a health issue is greatly increased. Safely abating its presence in your home before this happens can avoid serious problems later.