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With AES On The Job, You Get…

Reduced Liability from Hiring a Licensed Professional
Trained & Licensed Asbestos Workers
$2,000,000 Liability Coverage & Workers’ Comp on all Employees
Engineering Controls Designed to Minimize Exposure
Proper Disposal in Landfill
Peace-of-Mind

With AES On The Job, You Get…

Reduced Liability from Hiring a Licensed Professional.
Trained & Licensed Asbestos Workers.
$2,000,000 Liability Coverage & Workers’ Comp on all Employees.
Engineering Controls Designed to Minimize Exposure.
Negative Pressure Containment of Worksite.
Wet Removal Practices.
Proper Disposal in Landfill.
Peace-of-Mind About Your Family’s Safety.

Are you looking for asbestos removal or abatement in Texas? If so, you probably understand that asbestos is a potentially dangerous material that should be properly handled by a licensed asbestos abatement contractor.

This situation has proven stressful for many people because of the hazardous nature of asbestos abatement. We can help you through this process and put your mind at ease.

We understand that dealing with asbestos is never fun. Sometimes it can become overwhelming and over priced.

Call us today, and we will walk you through every step of the process, at your own pace. We will take the time to explain your options in detail . That way you understand exactly what your situation entails and can make an informed decision about your own needs.

Whether you are a homeowner, property manager or federal contracting officer, we treat all clients and projects with the utmost importance and care. Call or email us today and we’ll be happy to help you in any way we can.

At Affordable Environmental Services, we make sure YOUR PROJECT gets done based on YOUR SCHEDULE and YOUR BUDGET!

All consultations, site visits, and estimates are absolutely FREE of charge.

Asbestos FAQ’s

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that has been mined all around the world for over 4,000 years.

It forms from the chemical reaction created by extremely hot water with Peridotite rocks.

Due to it’s heat resistance, high tensile strength and insulating properties, asbestos was used in an estimated 3,000 consumer products from cigarette filters to pot holders as well as a wide range of commercial and residential building materials.

Our Promise To You

We will present facts, not fear, to help make a decision about your environmental needs

Keep Learning!

Below we have a few videos that go into detail about the asbestos industry, including the public health concerns and regulations.

If you would like to read some of the regulations yourself or learn more about the regulatory agencies involved with asbestos abatement, just click over to the Links page to find whatever you need.

We’ve all heard asbestos can cause serious illnesses. This first video gives us a quick look at how and why that is with a nice animation of how asbestos fibers interact with your lungs.

Processed vermiculite from the Libby, MT mine contained tremolite asbestos. Over time, the asbestos found it’s way into local homes. EPA instituted a decontamination program for the town and the contaminated residences.

Here is a great asbestos safety training video. It gives you the history of asbestos, explains the different types of asbestos fibers and where they can be found, outlines the health risks, introduces the regulation and a lot more information.

This video illustrates the asbestos containment process during abatement, reuse of the contaminated water for removal operations, and strategies for working with local communities to increase communication.