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Asbestos                                                                                                               

Contact Anderson Property at 719.640.8489 or email to learn more
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Contact Anderson Property at 719.640.8489 or email to learn more
Contact Anderson Property at 719.640.8489 or email to learn more
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API has a combined 50+ years of experience in the asbestos industry.

 

Because our business is limited to testing and consulting – not

remediation or demolition – you can be confident our

assessment will be accurate and unbiased. If we find an asbestos

related problem, you hire a separate asbestos mitigation firm,

an industry best practice. This approach can potentially save you

thousands in unnecessary repairs.

Based in Colorado Springs, CO and serving all of Colorado.

 

    Did you know, the State of Colorado has some of the most strict asbestos regulations in the                 country?...
 
 
 
 
 
 
HOW CAN ANDERSON PROPERTY HELP YOU WITH YOUR NEXT PROJECT?
  • Professional consultation - We'll help you find the most cost effective way to deal with asbestos containing materials in your home or office space
  • Compliance Guidance - We'll make sure your project is in compliance with CO State Regulations concerning asbestos
  • Restoration Specific Asbestos Survey
  • Extent of contamination survey
  • Full Site Demolition Asbestos Survey 
  • Site Inspection - We'll help you locate, identify and classify asbestos containing materials 
  • Comprehensive, state certified report including laboratory sample findings, asbestos containing material locations and condition
  • Asbestos Mitigation Estimate Review
  • Anderson Property uses only federally accredited NVLAP laboratories to analyzie asbestos samples.  All samples collected by Colorado State certified asbestos building inspectors
 
 
                WHAT IS ASBESTOS? 
 
         Asbestos is the generic, commercial designation
         for SIX types of naturally occurring minerals
         mined from the earth…

           

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
        WHY IS ASBESTOS USED? 
  • Asbestos is Fireproof

  • Asbestos has amazing acoustical properties

  • Asbestos has incredibly high tensile strength

  • Asbestos remains stable at high temps

  • Asbestos is water-proof or Hydrophobic

  
 
 
 
 
WHAT ARE THE HEALTH RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH ASBESTOS EXPOSURE?
  • To be of significant health concern must be inhaled - or much less commonly, ingested.  If products containing asbestos do not crumble and are not exposed, health risks are considered negligible; however, that changes when the asbestos containing material breaks down or pulverized.  At that point, microscopically-thin fibers can become airborne

 

  • When asbestos fibers are released into the air, they can remain airborne for up to 72 hours before settling on a surface

  • ​There is not a designated "safe level" of asbestos exposure, however, the higher the concentration of fibers in the air, and the longer an individual is exposed, the greater the risk of an impact on health

 

 

MAJOR ASBESTOS DISEASES...

Asbestosis - The most common disease.  Affects the aveoli and

bronchia of the lungs and  and is associated with long term

repeated exposure that ultimately scars the lungs so severely

that they cease to function properly due to a lack of elasticity

 

Mesothelioma - Most referenced and rare form of asbestos

disease, which is a small cell cancer of the pleural membrane. 

It is an extremely quick moving and deadly form of cancer. 

 

Lung Cancer - Other types of lung cancer have also been

attributed to asbestos exposure. 

Other Cancers - Ovarian, Uterine and other types of asbestos

related cancers, although rare, have been documented

WHERE IS ASBESTOS FOUND? 
  • Sheet Vinyl

  • Flooring tile

  • Ceiling/Wall textures/Joint compound

  • Insulation

  • Insulative tape

  • Ceiling Tiles

  • Selants, caulking, and mastics

  • Cement corrugated sheet

  • Pipe wrap

  • Roof coatings

  • Millboard

  • Cement Pipe

  • Non-Roof Coatings

  • Exterior Siding

  • Fireproofing

  • Windowglazing

  • Protective clothing and more...

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