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Concrete asbestos removal and inspection in Toronto is becoming an essential service since it poses a serious health risk to those exposed to it.

Asbestos is a cancer-causing agent that was used widely in construction materials before the year 1970. It’s usually found as duct and pipe padding, vermiculite attic insulation, ceiling and wall acoustical tiles, cement asbestos siding, and floor tiles. Contracting an asbestos abatement company, and not undertaking the task on your own, is the safest choice when it comes to eradicating asbestos from any residential, commercial or public building.

Asbestos Removal and Inspection in Concrete

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    Asbestos abatement firms will accurately test for the poisonous inorganic, follow exact asbestos abatement guidelines and procedures, and use the right abatement elimination apparatus to keep them, others and you secure from the poisonous cancer-causing agent.

    Our Services

    Concrete asbestos removal and inspection include:

    • Asbestos testing on the concrete;
    • Asbestos management survey and register;
    • Asbestos demolition and refurbishment survey and register;
    • Remediation plans;
    • Contractor management;
    • Clearance certificate;
    • Reassurance testing;
    • Asbestos project management.

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    Asbestos-Containing Products

    • Adhesives;
    • Brake Pads;
    • Cement Pipe;
    • Drywall;
    • Duct Connectors;
    • Electrical Components;
    • Felt;
    • Fireproofing;
    • Gaskets;
    • Insulation;
    • Mastics;
    • Plastics;
    • Roofing;
    • Shingles;
    • Vinyl Products.

    Types Of Asbestos We Remove

    • Chrysotile;
    • Amosite;
    • Crocidolite;
    • Tremolite;
    • Anthophyllite;
    • Actinolite.

    Why Choose Us

    Guru Restoration offers the best services and our reputation is the best due to the quality of services we offer to our clients. We are also time efficient and ensure we carry out our duties on time to prevent any further exposure to the carcinogen. Our methods are safe and we ensure that we do the work without exposing anyone to risk of exposure. Contact us today through: (647) 558-4860 for your emergency requirements.

    Our Advantages
    24/7 Service
    Free Estimation
    Wide Working Area
    Fast Response
    Quality Work
    Good Customer Service

    What People Think About Us

    Andrew M.
    Affordable price, great team and high-quality work. They made asbestos cleanup in my kitchen after home renovation in 1 day.
    Marcus N.
    Me and my wife are happy with the quality of the asbestos disposal by Guru Restoration. Highly recommend!
    Carl C.
    Big thanks to the Guru Restoration team for their professionalism and fast work. Would only call them when it comes to asbestos detection and asbestos remediation.

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    Popular Questions
    What is your service area?
    We are proud to serve our customers in Toronto and all across the Greater Toronto Area.
    What are your operation hours?
    We are available for our customers 24 hours 7 days a week, including weekends.
    Should you test for asbestos?
    If you plan to repair or demolish a house, one of the first steps you should plan is to test for asbestos. Guru Restoration can help with this! We will take asbestos samples from suspicious materials to an outside laboratory for testing before you start demolition or construction.
    What happens if the asbestos test is positive?
    If the asbestos test is positive, we will create a scope of work, a free evaluation, and a schedule of work to eliminate asbestos. Once the plan is approved, our team of certified asbestos abatement specialists will start working at your facility. Asbestos removal is performed using engineering control systems and air filtration devices. We comply with all applicable industry standards including EPA, OSHA, AHERA and NESHAP.
    What is asbestos?
    Asbestos is a term used to refer to silicate minerals. They all consist of long and thin fibrous crystals, each fiber consists of many microscopic "fibrils" that can be released into the atmosphere through abrasion and other processes.