Asbestos Removal in Live Oak
Fundisa Restoration has been providing dependable asbestos removal for Live Oak and throughout Suwannee County since 2009.(844) 386-3472
Asbestos Removal in Live Oak
Do you need a quick response from our team? Call us at (844) 386-3472 or fill out the short form. Our expert staff will answer any questions about asbestos abatement and you can schedule a free consultation.
Top Rated Asbestos Removal in Live Oak
Asbestos removal should be handled only by licensed and certified contractors. Do not try to remove asbestos yourself as it is a dangerous mineral and requires specialized equipment and training.
Call Fundisa Restoration at (844) 386-3472 or send us an email as soon as possible to schedule our asbestos removal services. Our personnel is expertly trained in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Experienced Asbestos Removal Contractor
If you have asbestos in your home or office in Live Oak, Florida, Fundisa Restoration is an EPA certified and licensed asbestos remediation contractor that can remove the asbestos from your property. We evaluate the physical condition of the building and apply the best, cost-effective remedial solutions that meet Federal, State, and Local laws.
Yet, we go beyond legal standards and incorporate vocation grade work area preparation and efficient housekeeping methods into every asbestos abatement project. We believe this is critical for our strong productivity ratio and high customer satisfaction.
We understand our responsibility to adequately remove asbestos and that is why Fundisa Restoration crews in Live Oak are led by highly trained on-site supervisors. We come prepared to adequately abate and properly dispose of asbestos containing materials such as floor tiles, popcorn ceilings, walls, ductwork, insulation, black mastic, window/door caulking, among others, from residential and commercial buildings throughout Suwannee county.
Why Asbestos Was Used in Live Oak, Florida
Due to the resiliency and binding strength of asbestos, along with being fire and heat resistant, it was used in many older buildings built before the 1970’s. In the South Florida heat, it was a great source of insulation. At that time, the health concerns of asbestos were not known. However, once it was identified as a carcinogen by health officials, the federal government began banning it in certain products and for construction purposes.
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The Importance of Removing Asbestos from a Residential or Commercial Building in Live Oak
Asbestos removal has become required by the EPA and the regulation is still in full effect. So, if you are planning to renovate, restore, alter, or demolish a residential or commercial property in Suwannee 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.
Our asbestos abatement team in Live Oak 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. It is important to deal with potential asbestos exposure quickly as asbestos is a known carcinogen, associated with diseases such as mesothelioma, asbestosis and lung cancer.
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The City of Live Oak
Live Oak is a city located in Suwannee County, Florida that was originally incorporated in 1878. Over the past 144 years the population has grown to include 6,974 residents, making Live Oak the 188th largest city in the state.
There are 2 Zip Codes in Live Oak
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Average Family Size: 3.40 people
Average Household Income: $49,731
Median Age: 42.2 years old
Under 10: 12.7%
10 - 19: 13.2%
Over 80: 5.2%
Average Family Size: 3.20 people
Average Household Income: $47,859
Median Age: 42.6 years old
Under 10: 10.6%
10 - 19: 8.4%
Over 80: 3.7%