Asbestos testing is mandatory on all renovation projects, especially buildings Pre-2004

Certified In Asbestos / Lead Testing

As of April 1st, 2017, the state of Oregon has updated its screening requirements regarding the disposal of asbestos materials. If you’re in the process of any building related repairs (i.e. demolition, repairs, painting, renovations,) you will be required to comply with the updated testing and disposal guidelines to properly dispose of the material at one of Oregon’s transfer stations.

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What Does This Mean For Your Property?

If you live in an older home, make a visual check of all your walls, ceilings and floors, if the material is disturbed, fraying or crumbling it is advised that you get the material tested. If it has asbestos fibers present, you’ll want to take immediate action to remediate the issue as explained above.

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