Asbestos Removal NJ

Asbestos Removal in New Jersey

Used for decades for its fire resistance and other properties, Asbestos is now known to be a potent carcinogen. New Jersey banned asbestos in 2019, but the average age of NJ homes is 53 years old. When Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) is disturbed, microscopic fibres are released, becoming at risk for inhalation.

If you own an older property, you should find out if your home has asbestos, especially when undergoing construction, renovation, or demolition. When asbestos presence is confirmed, you need professional help to remove the health risk safely and according to EPA guidelines.

At AAA Lead Professionals, we use 15  of expertise to understand your building’s situation and create a qualified abatement plan. Whether you’re looking for asbestos testing, lead testing, lead removal, mold testing, mold remediation, or water damage services in NJ, our trained employees leave your home in AAA condition.

Why is Asbestos Dangerous?

Asbestos exposure is linked to a variety of medical issues. Inhaling asbestos fibers in older homes with disturbed ACMs significantly increases the chance of asbestos-related health problems. Symptoms surface from 20 to 50 years later.

Not everyone who is exposed to asbestos will develop these diseases, as the level and duration of exposure affects how it impacts you, but some risks include increased chances of: mesothelioma (a cancer primarily caused by asbestos), lung cancer, other cancers, asbestosis, pleural plaques, other progressive lung conditions and diseases, and various potential health problems.

What To Do If I May Have Been Exposed To Asbestos?

Most crucially, avoid touching the building materials. What else?

  • Don’t remove any potentially contaminated parts yourself
  • Keep kids away from the area
  • Limit your activities in any area you suspect is affected
  • Don’t vacuum, sweep, or dust possible asbestos debris

Let a certified asbestos abatement company handle the service for you.

What to Expect During NJ Asbestos Removal: Our Process

First, our technicians establish a restricted area. We may use an airtight plastic barrier or HEPA air-filtration blowers. This prevents contaminating the environment. The material containing asbestos is removed, using wet methods to reduce fiber debris.

Next, the work area is cleaned up. An encapsulant may be placed on the surfaces of the remediated area to lock down any leftover microscopic fibers. We conduct an air test to verify indoor air quality. Finally, we remove the barriers, so your normal life can resume.

The AAA Guarantee

AAA Lead Professionals is a leading provider of asbestos removal services in the state of New Jersey with 5 star reviews. As a top-rated environmental services company, we maximize safety while causing the least amount of disruption to your daily life.

We are always committed to our AAA standard, safely serving clients across the entire state of New Jersey (including Ocean County and Monmouth County), and even NY and PA since 2009. With the risks involved in asbestos abatement, we remove asbestos in strict accordance with all laws and regulations.

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!

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FAQ

Can I Remove Asbestos Myself in NJ?

You must hire a licensed abatement firm. The law requires that any asbestos contractor be certified with an NJ license.

Asbestos is a highly hazardous waste. Handling it without training and equipment to minimize risks is dangerous, which is why each state and municipality has specific rules on handling and disposal of ACMs to navigate. Commercial properties are subject to specific regulations.

The best way to protect your property is to leave it to the professionals.

Cost of Removing Asbestos in New Jersey

The price of asbestos removal depends on several factors, including the size of the job, setup, disposal requirements, and tools. Speak directly with our team to get a free estimate for your project.

What Certifications & Licenses Does AAA Lead Pro Have For Asbestos Work in NJ?

Why is our rating and review profile so good? Our expert asbestos removal team is:

  • Certified by OSHA.
  • Certified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
  • Licensed by the NJ Department of Health (NJDOH) – completed training and passed the state examination.
  • Licensed by the NJ Department of Labor and Workplace Development (NJDOL) completed training and passed the state examination.
  • Knowledgeable in safe asbestos abatement and disposal processes according to NJ state and US federal rules.
  • We’re licensed in various environmental services. This gives AAA a complete understanding of how to create the best holistic guidelines for your home project.

Most Common Places Asbestos is Found in NJ Buildings

Crocidolite (blue asbestos), Amosite (brown asbestos), and Chrysotile (white asbestos) are the most common types of asbestos used in construction and manufacturing.

AAA will ensure certified asbestos-safe levels in:

  • Ceiling tiles and coatings
  • Roofing and Siding
  • Insulation (walls, attic, basement, pipes, ducts, boiler room)
  • Floor tiles
  • Electrical switchboard panels
  • Spray-on fireproofing or textured paint
  • Drywall, plaster, vermiculite
  • Glues, joint compound
  • Plumbing

Window caulking and glazing

How to Test A New Jersey Home For Asbestos Before Purchase

When considering buying a pre-owned, older residential or commercial building, try to evaluate your purchase based on complete homeowner information. Always conduct a residential inspection.

Perform a dedicated, certified NJ asbestos test and ensure anything that may contain asbestos is properly removed if required. Address a future maintenance plan to help preserve your investment over time.

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