Asbestos Removal

Asbestos Abatement

Many older homes and commercial buildings contain asbestos, which was used in a variety of building materials until the early 1980s. Asbestos, commonly referred to as the “miracle fiber”, is a natural occurring, fibrous mineral used  in over 3,000 building materials and consumer products due to its strength and insulation qualities. Common asbestos containing materials (ACM) include acoustic and textured wall and ceiling treatments (such as popcorn ceilings), floor tiles, sheet vinyl flooring, drywall materials, plaster, stucco, roofing, and pipe and tank insulation.

Asbestos comes in two forms: friable (material that can be reduced to dust) or non-friable (solid material). Most asbestos issues occur after damage to the material during an event such as a fire, flood, or earthquake; or during a remodel. When a building material is suspected to contain asbestos, state and federal laws require that building owners or contractors must have the suspect materials tested for asbestos and lead paint.

Superior Abatement Services Inc, works with hygienists, insurance adjusters and general contractors to quickly and efficiently clean up properties contaminated by asbestos.

If your home has suffered damage and you suspect that the damage has impacted or exposed asbestos containing materials, it’s important to contact your insurance carrier as soon as possible. Tell them you want to have Superior Abatement Services perform your abatement. Remember, any prolonged exposure to asbestos containing materials can be hazardous to your health. . If you suspect asbestos contamination in your home or commercial building, please do not hesitate to call Superior Abatement Services, your #1 choice for asbestos abatement and hazardous waste removal in Southern California.

What We Do

  • Acoustic ceiling spray
  • Sheet vinyl flooring
  • Wall joint compound
  • Drywall and associated textures
  • Floor Tiles and associated mastics
  • HVAC Ductwork
  • Exterior Stucco
  • Roofing and mastics
  • Transite Siding
  • Boiler Insulation
  • Pipe Insulation
  • Contamination clean up
  • Encapsulation
  • Hygienist
  • Coordination scheduling
  • Transite walls
  • Transited pipes
  • Wall Plaster
  • Insulation
  • Paint
Questions? Call Us!
(844) 583-3278

Flood and Fire Damage

Flood or fire damage can damage and release asbestos fibers into the air, contaminating the environment and causing serious health hazards. If you have flood or fire damage in your home, evacuate immediately and call your insurance carrier.


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