Asbestos Removal

Asbestos Removal

Asbestos has been widely used in building materials for decades. But now that we know the serious health risks associated with asbestos exposure, it’s time to remove it from our homes and workplaces.

What is Asbestos?

Prior to any work being done, PCAM Services will test any affected materials for asbestos. If asbestos is detected, then asbestos abatement services will be necessary before any more work can be done. The asbestos removal team will assess the situation and take the necessary steps to remove the asbestos containing materials safely and effectively.

Why do you need an asbestos removal service?

You may need asbestos removal services for a variety of reasons. Maybe you just bought a house and want to get it checked for asbestos before you move in. Perhaps you’re remodeling, and some of the old materials in your home contain asbestos. Or maybe you’ve just had a bad leak, and now there’s asbestos all over your floor.

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It’s essential to know that not just anyone can do asbestos removal. It’s a specialized process that requires training and experience to do safely and effectively. So if you think you may need asbestos removal, be sure to hire professional asbestos removal services like PCAM services.

Asbestos Removal Steps

When it comes to asbestos removal, it’s important to trust professionals. At PCAM Services, we have a well-defined process that considers every possible safety precaution. Here are the steps we take:

Step 1: Identification

The first step is to know where the asbestos is located and what type of asbestos it is. This can be done through a visual inspection or by taking samples of the material in question.

Step 2: Removal

Once the asbestos has been identified, the next step is to remove it from the affected area. Asbestos removal can be done via different methods, such as wetting the asbestos before removal, using a HEPA vacuum to remove airborne asbestos fibers, or using a negative air machine to keep asbestos fibers from spreading.

Step 3: Encapsulation

In some cases, removing all of the asbestos might not be possible. In these cases, the asbestos can be encapsulated, which means it is covered with a sealant that will prevent asbestos fibers from becoming airborne.

Step 4: Disposal and Final cleanup

After the asbestos removal process is complete, it is important to safely dispose of the removed materials. Our asbestos removal team will first seal the removed asbestos-containing materials in special plastic bags or containers. We will then transport the sealed bags to a special landfill where asbestos can be safely disposed.

Finally, our cleanup team will thoroughly clean the area where the asbestos removal took place. This will include vacuuming the surrounding areas, cleaning debris, and wiping surfaces. This will help to minimize the spread of asbestos fibers and keep the work environment safe for future operations.


Asbestos removal can seem like a daunting task, but with the right knowledge, it’s a process that can be completed safely and effectively.

When it comes to asbestos removal, time is of the essence. The longer asbestos fibers are left in place, the greater the health risk to those living or working in the area.

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