Who Can Remove Asbestos in NJ?
It is illegal to hire unqualified workers for asbestos abatement. Only certified asbestos contractors can perform asbestos work and handle Asbestos Containing Materials.
With the risks involved in asbestos exposure, we remove asbestos in strict accordance with all laws and regulations. All of our contractors have specialized certifications and the appropriate licensing.
Your safety is our top priority! We are:
- Certified by OSHA.
- Certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
- Licensed by the State of New Jersey (NJDOH/DOLWD)
AAA Lead Pro is highly knowledgeable in safe asbestos abatement and disposal processes according to NJ state and US federal rules.
We are licensed in various environmental services. This gives us a complete understanding of how to create the best holistic guidelines for your home project.
How We Remove Asbestos
Prep & Abatement
First, our technicians establish a restricted area. Airtight plastic barriers and/or HEPA air-filtration blowers prevent contamination. We use wet methods to reduce asbestos debris. An encapsulant may be placed on affected surfaces to capture any leftover airborne asbestos fibers.
Cleanup & Confirmation
Next, we carefully clean and tidy the work area, before running clearance tests to verify that the area is safe from asbestos. Only then do we dismantle the containment, thus avoiding any contamination. AAA Lead Pro always leaves your house in clean condition and gives you a full report on the project.
The AAA Guarantee
AAA Lead Professionals is a top-rated asbestos contracting company in New Jersey. With 14+ years of experience and 5-star reviews, we’re proud of our high standards when it comes to asbestos services.
Our skilled technicians are courteous, on-time, and dedicated to every project. Clients all across North, South, and Central Jersey can attest to our fair pricing and effective, thorough work.
We also offer asbestos removal in New York.
Get an Estimate for NJ Asbestos Removal
If you need to renovate or remove asbestos in your commercial or residential building, call us or submit a request online for your quick, no-obligation quote.
Schedule a Free Asbestos Removal Consultation in New Jersey
Asbestos testing services are the only way to truly confirm asbestos unless the material was labelled. If you need to get rid of asbestos in your commercial or residential building, contact us about our Asbestos Removal NJ services. We’re happy to answer any questions!
Can I remove asbestos myself in NJ?
Asbestos is a toxic material. Without training and equipment to avoid cross-contamination and minimizing disturbance, do not attempt asbestos abatement yourself.
According to NJ law, any asbestos contractor must hold an NJ license. Hiring a certified abatement firm is not only the best way to protect your property, it’s legally required.
For example, we use industry-specific equipment designed for asbestos removal. In contrast, you won’t be able to decontaminate a household vacuum.
There are also various local regulations on handling and disposal of Asbestos Containing Material (ACM). Commercial properties may be subject to other rules.
How much does it cost to remove asbestos in NJ?
The price of asbestos removal depends on several factors, including the size and severity of the case, the setup, the disposal requirements, and tools needed.
We’re happy to provide you with a quick estimate.
Remember, health is always an important investment. Don’t cut corners when it comes to safety!
What types of asbestos removal are available?
AAA Lead Pro can help with asbestos in various building materials::
- Ceiling tiles, popcorn ceilings
- Roofs and siding shingles
- Insulation (walls, attic, basement, pipes, ducts, boiler room)
- Floor tiles
- Electrical panels
- Spray-on fireproofing or textured paint
- Drywall, plaster, vermiculite
- Glues, joint compound
- Window caulking and glazing
- Other materials and areas
We can remove any type of asbestos.
Crocidolite (blue asbestos), Amosite (brown asbestos), and Chrysotile (white asbestos) are the most common types of asbestos used in construction and manufacturing.
Do I need to remove asbestos before selling a property in NJ?
While it’s not technically required to get rid of asbestos before you sell a residential home or commercial property in New Jersey, it is strongly advised.
It makes the property more appealing. Prospective buyers may ask to have an asbestos inspection done.
The key thing to remember is that if you plan to hire anyone to renovate or disturb the asbestos, they must be licensed professionals like ourselves.
Is asbestos common in New Jersey?
NJ has a long industry history. Therefore, asbestos in NJ is a common problem, due to the abundance of asbestos materials that were available.
That said, it is one of the only states with a complete asbestos ban currently in place. Hopefully, we are on our way to an asbestos-free New Jersey in the future.