Trust EnvioCore with your Asbestos Testing Inspections

It’s best to test for asbestos BEFORE you begin your project!

During any construction or renovation project, it’s likely that you’ll be disturbing building materials, which can cause microscopic asbestos fibers to be released into the air. Breathing in these fibers is extremely dangerous. This is why asbestos is a federally regulated hazardous material, and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) requires testing before you begin.

Where Can Asbestos Be Found?

Asbestos is currently banned for most construction uses, but it can still be found in many older structures and building materials. Here are some of the places you might find asbestos today:
Wall Texture • Joint Compound • Popcorn Ceilings • Linoleum/Vinyl Flooring • VCT 9x9 Floor Tile • VCT 12x12 Floor Tile • Ceiling Tiles • Electrical Wiring • Textiles • Roofing Felt • Roofing Shingles • Siding • Wall Board • Mastic / Glue • Attic and Wall Insulation • Vermiculite • Artificial fireplace fixtures and logs • Heating and Electrical Ducts • Floor and wall tiles • Pipe coating and insulation • HVAC Furnace Boiler jackets, doors, pipes and gaskets

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