RGR Abatements Now Available For Asbestos Removal And Testing

June 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Calgary based, RGR Abatements is pleased to inform Calgary residents of their asbestos removal services. Asbestos is known to be a serious health hazard for humans and thus it is of paramount importance for all property owners to have it abated or removed. Find out more on the company’s Press Advantage page at Asbestos Abatement Calgary.

RGR Abatements specializes in asbestos removal and analyzing, vermiculite insulation, mold abatement, residential and business demolition, the complete recovery of flood damaged possessions, hoarding form jobs, and new house and renovation building. Currently considered Calgary’s asbestos removal specialists, the company is equipped with both the knowledge and tools required to remove asbestos safely and quickly.

“Asbestos ought never to be disturbed or removed without the correct understanding, PPE, and instruction,” says the company. “Fibers may get airborne, making them extremely hazardous to your lungs, causing cancer and, often, even death. When addressing a situation that requires asbestos removal, it is vital that the asbestos is removed by an expert contractor before allowing demolitions/renovations that may disturb the asbestos contaminated substance. Do not trust your asbestos removal/testing solutions to just anyone. Professional asbestos removal ensures safety, insurance, and conformance to high quality standards. The abatement company implements the decontamination procedures during and after the completion of the demolition and removal works.”

There are other methods of removing asbestos, including some that can be done by the homeowner themselves without any need for professional intervention. In cases where the asbestos removal is for one’s home and involves no friable forms, one can attempt to remove the asbestos themselves. DIY asbestos removal does not require a license or any real prior experience. It does, however, require the proper tools, such as removal equipment, safety gadgets, decontamination and cleaning machines, safe packing, and disposal bags among other items. The removals should be disposed of at federal and state-approved landfills and recycling plants after separating them according to Environment Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines—and failure to comply may result in penalties and punishments or the loss of insurance coverage.

It is usually best, however, to leave asbestos removal to professionals entirely. With a qualified and trained team boasting many years of experience, RGR Abatements is the safest way of getting rid of asbestos. They can handle emergencies and can reduce the risk of the entire operation while it is in progress. For instance, the company makes use of synthetic materials like high-density polyethylene, polycarbonate, and rubber to create safety enclosures that prevent the spread of asbestos outside the work area. Find out more about Asbestos Removal Calgary online.

The cost of hiring a professional can be higher than the cost of any of the DIY methods, but the extra costs ensure the safe removal of the asbestos in one’s home as well as the creation of a hygienic home environment. Furthermore, the company’s employees will handle all the tools themselves, which makes the task completely hassle-free for the homeowner. A number of pleased clients have left positive reviews of the company and its services.

Harry S. stated in a review, “Well, a big shout out to Raj from RGR Abatement. I don't often write reviews but after today's experience, I thought it would be worth mentioning. Raj showed up on time, we talked about the problem and, after diagnosing the problem, he got right down to work—no messing around. Samples were collected quickly and efficiently, and we had the test results within a few days. Incredible service and the price was below others. We had some questions and concerns, and Raj was quick to respond and give us great feedback and solutions. Melanie, in the office, was pleasant to deal with and was quick to get us everything we needed. I would recommend RGR Abatement and will definitely be using them for any future work. If possible, I would ask for Raj by name.”

Those looking for RGR Asbestos Removal Calgary may contact Raj Gosal. Interested parties may also look up more information regarding the company’s services on their website, and connect with them through their social media platforms to stay up to date with their latest news and announcements.


For more information about RGR Abatements, contact the company here:

RGR Abatements
Raj Gosal
(403) 681-3697
532 25 Avenue NE, Calgary, AB T2E 1Y5

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