Asbestos Removal, Asbestos Abatement Services
MY FATHER’S BUSINESS LLC is a leader in the Denver area for Asbestos Removal. Our asbestos abatement team is Colorado Department of Health & Environment Licensed, ensuring that we will get the job done right the first time. Call Us today at 303-834-0363, or fill out our online request form.
We realize that every customer has a different combination of needs, wants and, yes, demands. Here at MY FATHER’S BUSINESS LLC, our job is to understand your unique needs so we can formulate the perfect solution for you.
Asbestos waste dumped on open land in need of removal Throughout the years in the Asbestos Business, we’ve especially became attentive to your needs. We’ve discovered just what Asbestos Abatement is in your home or business. It would be with our pleasure to serve you.
We’ll work with leading contractors and third-party vendors to get you the best possible turnaround time for you and your home or business. MY FATHER’S BUSINESS LLC specializes in 24 hour response to fire, water, or other damage to a structure that requires asbestos containing materials to be abated or removed.
My-Father-Business inspects and removes Asbestos from the following:
- Cement Pipes
- Cement Siding
- Electric Wiring Insulation
- Fireproof Materials
- HVAC Duct Insulation
- Pipe Insulation
- Roofing Shingles
- Vinyl Floors
If you are a homeowner with asbestos in you home or need commercial asbestos removal anywhere in Colorado then call the asbestos removal pros at 303-834-0363.
Diseases Caused by Asbestos.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the World Health Organization (WHO / WHO) and the Environmental Protection Agency (Environmental Protection Agency – EPA) in the USA have determined that asbestos is carcinogenic to humans.
- Lung cancer: Usually occurs after several years of being inhaled. The usual symptoms are loss of appetite and weight, fatigue, chest pain, hemoptysis, or coughing up blood and difficulty breathing.
- Mesothelioma: is a primary malignant tumor of mesothelial surfaces, which often affects the pleura and in fewer cases, the tissue that surrounds the abdominal cavity (the peritoneum).