Our company also boasts significant experience in the removal of vermiculite. Whilst vermiculite is, in itself, not a hazardous material, it may contain asbestos. Luckily, our team of trained professionals are capable of identifying, removing and treating vermiculite insulation where asbestos is present. As with all of our services, our staff will ensure that your health and safety is our number one priority. We all endeavour to carry out our work with minimum disruption to our customers lives. To do so, we work quickly and efficiently on project sites. We make every effort to ensure that this potentially stressful situation is made as easy as possible for you and those that live and work in the contaminated property.
Vermiculite is a natural material often used as insulation in home attics. Whilst it is not dangerous on its own, the disturbance of this material could cause the release of asbestos fiber into your commercial or residential property. If you do indeed have vermiculite in your home, then it is always better to assume that this material might have been contaminated with asbestos, and follow the necessary steps to have it removed by a professional at Victoria Asbestos Removal. If you aren’t proactive, the release of asbestos fiber could have health implications for you and your family.
Preparation for Removal
Testing for the presence of asbestos in vermiculite requires a professional. Without the necessary expertise, you could increase the presence of asbestos in your property. For this reason, it is never advisable to undertake vermiculite removal on your own, but rather hire a professional contractor. The team of trained staff at our company will ensure that the health of your colleagues or family are safeguarded along with your own during any insulation removal process. We are fully equipped to remove vermiculite from your home whether big or small.
The Removal Process
The removal of vermiculite requires a range of specialist equipment, all of which we have in our possession at Victoria Asbestos Removal. In normal circumstances, we would bring a suction hose into your attic through a vent in your roof. In the interior of your property, our professionals will take the necessary measures to prevent cross contamination. Dressed in the appropriate protective clothing, our team will then use the suction hose to remove the vermiculite that contains asbestos. Do you have vermiculite in your attic? Are you unsure as to whether it might be? It’s always better to get in touch with a professional at our company to make sure.
Are you looking to guarantee your peace of mind after the removal of vermiculite from your property? Are you concerned that there might be some asbestos remaining, as a result of cross contamination? You can put your mind at ease with service from Victoria Asbestos Removal. We will use our expert vermiculite tests to guarantee that we have done our job correctly and let you enjoy your property once more! With our advanced air tests, you can be sure that your property is free from asbestos.