Consumer Information

We firmly believe an educated consumer is our best customer. As a company, we are best able to assist those customers who have a level of understanding the work that will be happening within their project. We hope the information provided on this page will help our customers not only become more familiar with the work we do but also answer any questions with regards to the impact of the work being performed. Please do not hesitate to contact our team with any additional questions or concerns.

 

Lead

https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2014-02/documents/lead_in_your_home_brochure_land_b_w_508_easy_print_0.pdf

 

Asbestos

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a mineral fiber that occurs in rock and soil.

Learn about vermiculite and asbestos-contaminated vermiculite insulation

Where Can I Find Asbestos?

Because of its fiber strength and heat resistance asbestos has been used in a variety of building construction materials for insulation and as a fire retardant. Asbestos has also been used in a wide range of manufactured goods, mostly in building materials (roofing shingles, ceiling and floor tiles, paper products, and asbestos cement products), friction products (automobile clutch, brake, and transmission parts), heat-resistant fabrics, packaging, gaskets, and coatings.

Most uses of asbestos are not banned. A few are banned under existing regulations.

Where asbestos may be found:

  • Attic and wall insulation produced containing vermiculite
  • Vinyl floor tiles and the backing on vinyl sheet flooring and adhesives
  • Roofing and siding shingles
  • Textured paint and patching compounds used on wall and ceilings
  • Walls and floors around wood-burning stoves protected with asbestos paper, millboard, or cement sheets
  • Hot water and steam pipes coated with asbestos material or covered with an asbestos blanket or tape
  • Oil and coal furnaces and door gaskets with asbestos insulation
  • Heat-resistant fabrics
  • Automobile clutches and brakes