Quote on ACM Removal
Many factors determine the cost of abatement:
- the type(s) of material
- the amount of it (the time it takes to remove it plus disposal costs)
- its location (overhead, for example, will require air monitoring and change the work procedures involved.)
The discovery of any hidden asbestos-containing materials (ACM) during abatement (hidden layers of flooring or drywall) can also increase costs and the time required.
This can make it difficult to determine a “ballpark” figure without seeing the area(s) to be addressed. That’s why we offer free local site visits to offer a quote on our services. Our AHERA certified technician, Roy Piper, will take measurements and confirm the accessibility and scope of your project. Based on his many years of experience, he can determine a final firm price and offer a fair and competitive quotation.
When your project is ready to move ahead, we will take care of the necessary paperwork on your behalf from start to finish so that you can focus on the fun stuff—planning your renovation or new build!
Contact us today to arrange your site visit and quote.
We contracted Home SOULutions Remediation to remove some vermiculite insulation from our home in Royston. They provided better service than we anticipated. They were more than willing to answer all our questions with patience and clarity. I highly recommend Home SOULutions Remediation.
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Asbestos fibres are too small to see with the naked eye. The only way to be sure if asbestos is present is to have the materials tested.
Home SOULutions Remediation will be pleased to come and collect samples of material for you if you are doing a small renovation project such as removing a wall or some flooring - or if you have vermiculite insulation in your attic. Roy Piper possesses his AHERA certification. This means we have been trained in the proper protocols for sample collection. We will take these samples to the lab for you and have them tested. The amount of samples needed for collection and your timeline for results will determine the cost for this service.
If you are conducting a large-scale renovation project or planning a demolition we recommend that you have a complete hazardous materials survey conducted directly by an environmental lab.
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