Having 20+ years’ experience in construction and environmental industry, TruBlu Solutions Inc proudly offer professional asbestos removal and abatement services in your city, Colorado Springs. We are customer-centric, serving quality solutions, at affordable pricing. For any kind of asbestos related problems, we’ve got you covered!
Only professionals should handle, remove and dispose of asbestos. That’s here, we come to help! Our professional crew can safely handle asbestos by following the governmental laws and regulations. Individuals exposed to asbestos may develop mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases.
There are strict federal and state guidelines that need to be followed to handle, remove, and dispose of asbestos. Asbestos can be found in over 3,000 building materials such as adhesives, insulations, textures, flooring, and ECT. We provide professional asbestos removal services in Colorado Springs in accordance with the governmental guidelines.
Asbestos Abatement Services
TruBlu Solutions ensure essential safety measures are undertaken during asbestos abatement, including:
Asbestos Siding Services: Dealing with asbestos siding may be tricky. Still, our experts are best at removing it and disposing of it off. We do it safely, without bringing any harm to your home and to your health.
Floor Tile: It is always wise and safe to leave asbestos removal from tile to our professionals. We use protective gear to prevent asbestos exposure from contaminating your home or commercial spaces.
Pipes: We will visit your home to assess your plumbing to see any asbestos-containing pipes. If found any, we will replace those pipes safely.
Asbestos Popcorn Ceiling Removal: If you live in a home built somewhere between the 1950s to 1980s, it is most likely that your house has popcorn ceilings. This type of ceiling in Colorado homes was common back then. However, not a majority knows that asbestos began residing in their homes due to the ceiling. If you want to secure your house by removing the popcorn ceiling, we are happy to help. Contact us today and schedule an appointment.
Here you can find more about asbestos laws and regulations.
Knowing the plan: your abatement contractor will be following the procedure set out by the industrial hygienist. It should provide details on how the area will be treated, including the preparation and cleanup process. The work plan should detail all local, state, and federal laws the abatement contractor must abide by during asbestos abatement.
Setting up a regulated work area: Air ducts should be sealed, the HVAC system must be disabled.
Removing material: Safety is our #1 priority for you, your home, and our workers. Being one of the trusted asbestos abatement companies in Colorado, TruBlu Solutions Inc. strictly follows all state and federal regulations.
Our staff is trained to treat your asbestos problems as per the specifications laid out by state and federal laws in your area.
High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) AIR SCRUBBERS are used in the regulated area to filter air removing any asbestos released into the air.
Final cleaning: We clean the area of all dirt, dust, and debris- getting it ready for inspection from the Air Monitoring air specialist (AMS)
Inspection– We are inspected by a certified Air Monitoring Specialist (AMS)
Post-cleanup- We remove our equipment and clean the regulated area one last time.
Mesothelioma is a type of lung cancer linked to excessive asbestos exposure. The prognosis for it is not very good, and most people suffering from mesothelioma succumb to death. They can get medication to help offset some of the pain, but it is a slow way to die, and it can completely consume a person. About 75% of those with mesothelioma will die from it. In many cases, it is directly the cause, and for others, it will result in ailments to their vital organs.
This type of cancer affects the many cells that line the lung area and the chest cavity. As a result, tumors are likely to appear in these areas. They may not be cancerous, but for most people with this type of exposure, they are. Doctors began to see a significant rise in the number of these cases in the 1970s. It was linked to the increased use of asbestos as a material for insulation in both businesses and homes.
More men than women are diagnosed with Mesothelioma, but that is thought to be mainly in the construction business instead of women. However, women have been exposed to it working in such environments or living in homes with asbestos. Still, it seems like they tend to be more resistant to the fibers than males.
The number of asbestos-related cases of Mesothelioma has continued to drop since the early 1980s. This is due to it being banned as a substance to use for construction. Yet, there are still places being found with it that weren’t identified in the past. The removal process of asbestos can result in exposure if it is not done correctly.
For some people, being exposed to asbestos for years results in Mesothelioma occurring. For others, it only takes a minimal amount of it and for a short period. This is a mystery to researchers, but they believe it has to do with how a person’s lung capacity can process the fibers from the asbestos. This is why most construction crews will search for it before they begin any remodeling or destruction of the establishment. We at TruBlu Solutions Inc. can help you to navigate through the process. Contact us today to get an onsite quote for asbestos abatement in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We also provide disaster cleanup, mold remediation, water and flood restoration, as well as fire damage restoration services.