If you have asbestos in your home or office in Miami, Florida, Fundisa Restoration is an EPA certified and licensed asbestos remediation contractor that can remove the asbestos from your property applying the best cost-effective remedial solutions that meet Federal, State, and Miami Dade-County, Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources Division of Environmental Resources Management Air Quality Protection requirements.
We understand our responsibility to adequately remove asbestos and that is why Fundisa Restoration crews are lead by highly trained on-site supervisors. We come prepared to adequately wet, abate, and properly dispose of asbestos containing materials such as floor tiles, popcorn ceilings, walls, ductwork, insulation, black mastic, windows/doors caulking, among others, from residential and commercial buildings.
If asbestos-containing materials are disturbed – with age or remodeling – they may be dangerous to your health.
Why Asbestos was Used in Miami
Miami was officially incorporated as a city on July 28, 1896. During the early 20th century people were attracted to the city which brought an increase in population and infrastructure. Hundreds of hotels, apartments and other structures were built between 1920 and 1980, a period in which large amounts of asbestos-containing materials were used for its insulating and resistance properties. Asbestos is commonly found in decorative spray-on ceiling treatments, vinyl flooring, cement shake siding, heating system insulation, and a variety of additional materials.
The Importance of Removing Asbestos from a Residential or Commercial Building in Miami
Asbestos removal has become required by the EPA and the regulation still in full effect. So, if you are planning to renovate, restore, alter, or demolish a residential or commercial property built on or before 1978, we encourage you to call Call Fundisa Restoration's licensed and insured team of asbestos removal experts at (844) 386-3472 or send us an email to schedule our asbestos removal and remediation services.
We will handle the notification and the asbestos removal job effectively, safely, and the best part is, you can rest easy at night knowing you don't have to worry about potential asbestos exposure.
There is no known safe level of asbestos exposure. That's why medical, environmental health, and regulatory organizations stress the need to protect health by minimizing exposure to airborne asbestos fibers, particularly at elevated levels. Elevated levels result from uncontrolled disturbances and removals of asbestos-containing materials – such as during a remodeling project.