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Asbestos is primarily considered a thing of the past because it was banned in the 80s. However, if you live in an older property, asbestos could still be an issue for you. It was typically used in building materials in homes during that time and has been linked to many diseases. Asbestos can be dangerous whether it’s indoors or in an outdoor setting. 

Outdoor Asbestos Removal

There are no safe levels of asbestos to come in contact with, and the environmental impact of outdoor asbestos usage is just as dangerous, even if it’s naturally occurring. Here are a few suggestions if you are in the market for outdoor asbestos removal services. 

When you live in an older home, you could be at risk for asbestos lurking in areas you may not think of. Asbestos is particularly hazardous because of the health conditions that can develop due to exposure, but it’s also an airborne chemical, making it difficult to manage.


Asbestos can stay inside building materials for a long time until they’re disturbed. If you’re considering replacing an older roof, you may want to consider having it tested for asbestos. If asbestos is present, having it professionally removed and disposed of will help protect you and those living around you from being exposed.

Materials that contain asbestos are generally safe unless they’re cut open and the dust and fibers are released into the air. It’s considered most dangerous when it’s friable. When the materials can easily crumble in your hand, many fibers are released into the air around you. The more asbestos you breathe in, the higher your chances of your health being impacted.


Asbestos can live inside older siding materials. During home renovations, tearing down and removing siding can disturb asbestos, releasing it into the air around us. Before taking down and destroying your dated siding, have it professionally examined and removed if it’s contaminated.

Landscaping and Gardens

Many homeowners know that asbestos can lurk in building materials, but it can also be present in older gardens, buried deep. When you’re excavating your yard or redoing your landscaping, add checking for asbestos to your to-do list.

Hiring a company to dispose of and care for your asbestos-contaminated materials safely is the best option for your health. It’s also the right decision for the safety of those living around the site. Asbestos typically goes undetected, as it can’t be smelled, seen, or tasted, so you may not even know that it’s an issue until it’s too late.

A certified asbestos inspector can help determine whether the exterior of your home, yard, garden, or job site is contaminated. They can help you take the necessary steps to clean it up and remove the outdoor asbestos. It’s not a job that a novice should handle due to the dangerous nature of the materials. A trustworthy and professional team should be hired to take care of this type of job.

Give us a call for outdoor asbestos removal services. We’re properly trained to handle all types of asbestos jobs, and we’ll get your workspace or home back to healthy conditions.

Outdoor asbestos sidings. By John M, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=64624190
Asbestos roof tiles. By Harald Weber, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3360434

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