Asbestos Abatement

Asbestos is a material that was used before 1978, until the government started to scale it back due to health concerns. Most buildings and homes that were built prior to this year have a high chance that there is asbestos within. Asbestos is not a health issue until it becomes airborne. Construction, floods and fires are the most common way for asbestos to become airborne.

We specialize in areas that are great for the homeowner, the disaster restoration company and the reconstruction company. We also work directly with your insurance carrier. Our focus is post flood asbestos abatement, fire abatement as well as spill cleanup. Our background is in fire and flood restoration so we understand the flood and fire industry very well. We have adapted many of our policies from the disaster restoration industry creating an environment where response time is crucial as well as customer satisfaction. We know that your customers are number one and that philosophy is portrayed by our company to each and every client.


When you have a flood or fire in a home and asbestos is found, the abatement portion often takes a few weeks to get started. This leaves the home sitting and increases the possibilities for other things to go wrong. This also leaves the homeowner out of a place to live. The last thing that someone wants to do after a fire or flood disaster in their home is have to wait for things to get back to normal. Our crews and equipment are mobile, thus making our response generally no more than 24 hours before we can start work. 

We have very close relations with the state and are in good standing with them. We use only state certified air monitoring specialists (AMS). All of our employees are state certified supervisors and they have all passed background checks. We follow all Regulation 8 and OSHA standards with all of our abatement projects. We take the extra time to make sure that the homeowner feels safe and is well informed of the progress of the home. Because of the quality of work and our careful attention to detail we have a perfect record with the state; we have never failed a clearance.

Our goal is to keep the project moving smooth so the disaster restoration company can get back to the drying and cleaning process as soon as possible and the homeowner can get things back to normal as soon as possible.

If you must do construction of any kind, whether it is planned or not, you must have a certified asbestos contractor remediate the area. Our experienced professional technicians are fully certified to perform all asbestos abatement services on residential, commercial and public sites, including Asbestos Ceiling Removal, Asbestos Floor Tile and Mastic Removal, Asbestos Heating Duct Removal, and more.

It is important that asbestos abatement be done carefully and safely by trained, certified workers with hands-on experience, so that the exposed portion of asbestos is successfully removed or sealed off and no toxic particles spread beyond the work area. Edge Environmental puts up critical barriers around the site to protect your and others’ safety, and we dispose of all materials safely according to EPA and OSHA rules and regulations. 

Edge Environmental is fully licensed, insured and bonded, lead certified by the EPA, and State AHERA certified. Edge Environmental will handle your job with the highest level of safety and quality. With a company-wide standard for health and safety, each one of our technicians are certified and educated beyond the State’s requirements.  All our technicians have AHERA supervisor certification for work in public buildings. We provide the safest asbestos abatement in the industry. You can rely on us to provide the best asbestos abatement services, getting the job done correctly, safely, on time and within budget, so that you can rest easy during the job and breathe easier when it is done. Call us today to stay on the cutting EDGE of your environment.