Do you think your house can be infected with asbestos or mold?

Professional personnel ready to appropriately help you with any building components that may contain asbestos.

At Denzel Environmental Services Inc we can help get rid of that troublesome mold or asbestos.

Hiring an asbestos and mold abatement company, and not doing it yourself, is the wisest and safest decision when it comes to removing asbestos from any residential, commercial, or public building.

Denzel Environmental Service Inc will follow strict regulations and processes, and carry the right abatement removal equipment to keep you safe from exposure.

Asbestos and mold should only be handled, removed, and disposed of by abatement specialists. Abatement specialists may handle asbestos or mold safely if they follow the rules.

Mold and Asbestos are THE silent hazards of real estate redevelopment

Many individuals are aware that black mold and asbestos are both hazardous to their health when it comes to household toxins. Whether you’re dealing with black mold or asbestos, it’s critical to get the contamination properly removed before it causes harm to your health or the structural integrity of your house.

Do you know how to spot them? 

Many homeowners and renovators want to know how to identify asbestos before beginning home construction. Usually, the toxic fibers are too small to see in the air. This makes them easy to inhale. Asbestos-containing materials include popcorn ceilings, siding and insulation, pipes, ceiling tiles, drywall, plaster, and more.

There are three types of asbestos that may be found in residential or commercial properties: crocidolite (blue), amosite (brown), and chrysotile (white).

If you suspect a part of your home may contain asbestos, check periodically for tears, abrasions or water damage, you discover slightly damaged material, limit access to the area and do not touch or disturb it. If asbestos material is more than slightly damaged, or if you are going to make changes in your home that might disturb it, professional repair or removal is needed.

Do you know how to spot them? 

Many homeowners and renovators want to know how to identify asbestos before beginning home construction. Usually, the toxic fibers are too small to see in the air. This makes them easy to inhale. Asbestos-containing materials include popcorn ceilings, siding and insulation, pipes, ceiling tiles, drywall, plaster, and more.

There are three types of asbestos that may be found in residential or commercial properties: crocidolite (blue), amosite (brown), and chrysotile (white).

If you suspect a part of your home may contain asbestos, check periodically for tears, abrasions or water damage, you discover slightly damaged material, limit access to the area and do not touch or disturb it. If asbestos material is more than slightly damaged, or if you are going to make changes in your home that might disturb it, professional repair or removal is needed.

Tristan Olly
Tristan Olly
May 2, 2022.
The crew at Denzel Environmental was great to work with on several different asbestos removal projects. For each job they walked me through the whole process, gave a quick quote and performed a very neat job. They arrived everyday on time and left the areas they worked on very clean afterwards. Highly recommend.
Michael Kirk
Michael Kirk
April 8, 2022.
They did a great job. Carlos and his team sealed the affected area, quickly removed the material and left it spotless. I definitely recommend them.
Michael Rothenberg
Michael Rothenberg
April 2, 2022.
Excellent communication, service. Arrived promptly and did a careful, thorough job. We used them for a small asbestos removal project, but will soon be consulting Carlos at Denzel for mold as well. No issues at all. Great job.
Michael & Jenna Eilenberg
Michael & Jenna Eilenberg
March 16, 2022.
Very professional. Communicated everything clearly and got the job done quickly. They also connected us with an inspector when we didn't have one. We also appreciated that they took care of some extra asbestos that was found during the job while still holding to their original quote.
Andy Richter
Andy Richter
March 15, 2022.
These guys did a great job. Would use them again, but I won’t need to cause all my asbestos is done.
Michelle
Michelle
March 11, 2022.
Carlos was great. He was always quick to pick up the phone or answer a text. We were having asbestos removed and he was thorough and patient in explaining the whole process. Highly recommend!
Richard Centeno
Richard Centeno
February 11, 2022.
1st and foremost I want to start from the 1st time I called Carlos at Denzel environmental He was very professional and polite I had some asbestos That needed to get removed from some heating pipes We set up a date to look at the job he came as promised Gave me an estimate which was very very reasonable We agreed on it set up a date to get it removed carlos and his team showed up as promised They left my basement cleaner than they got it They even went the extra mile on painting the pipes I will definitely use them in the future and recommend them It's hard to come by people like that
Matthew Mastromauro
Matthew Mastromauro
December 14, 2021.
Carlos from Denzel did an excellent job. not only did they remove the asbestos safely but they also cleaned the entire basement of clutter and other debris. safe and affordable.

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