What is asbestos and why does it matter?

Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring minerals composed of extremely thin fibers. Because it’s so thin, asbestos is extremely durable to heat and abrasion, but it’s strength is also its drawback. The microscopic asbestos fibers can remain airborne for days, creating a hazard for any individual who is exposed to them. Specifically, asbestos exposure increases risks of mesothelioma and other asbestos related diseases, making it a public health risk. 

Until the 1970s, asbestos was widely used in the construction, shipbuilding, and automotive industries. There are many different types of asbestos, including chrysotile asbestos and amphibole asbestos, which are still present in many buildings that were built before 1975. Each of these  different types of asbestos pose occupational health and safety hazards depending on their usage and interaction. In order to keep our businesses, employees, and family members safe, we must decrease the presence of asbestos in the United States. This is where MEC comes in!

How can MEC help you?

MEC offers a variety of asbestos testing and consultation services for public and private sector clients. Whether it’s in commercial or industrial buildings or a general construction project, our licensed asbestos inspectors have the training and experience you need to find and remove asbestos safely. 

After an in depth assessment and relevant testing, our team will develop an easy-to-understand and detailed report of our findings. From there, we will work with you and your budget to create an abatement plan that can keep your project moving without any surprises. 

  • On Budget

  • On Time

  • No Surprises

With over 25 years in the industry, we are the people to call when projects get complicated. We know what it takes to get your project done right because we’ve seen it all and have a proven track record of success. The first step towards asbestos abatement is requesting a quote from us – no strings attached! From there, we can plan your path to success together.

MEC Asbestos Abatement Process

  • Inspect: Our inspections have been developed with our clients in mind. We show up on time. We ask the right questions. We develop a plan. It’s that simple.

  • Test: Depending on your needs, MEC offers either limited asbestos sampling for minor building renovations or comprehensive building inspections for demolition and major renovation projects. Regardless of the project type or material, or air samples are examined by licensed analysts at independent third-party asbestos testing laboratories.

  • Abate: Ensuring a smooth, cost-effective start to your construction project. We’ll make sure the job is performed by licensed professionals under the most up-to-date regulatory and safety standards. Complete removal of asbestos-containing materials is always the end goal.

What does an asbestos test cost?

Asbestos inspection costs as well as the required asbestos testing and removal costs can vary depending on the size and scope of your project. The time and cost of removing asbestos is often the determining factor in the total cost of the project. 

Every project is different, but because of our long history in the industry, we use the best 3rd party independent laboratories to verify our sample analysis. We will make sure you get the best pricing possible for your budget. Our clients have kept coming back to us for over 25 years because we get the job done on time and at the price we quoted. 

How do I get a quote?

Getting a quote could not be easier! Leave us your name and contact information, and our team will reach out and schedule a time to discuss next steps. 

Say goodbye to the health risks and asbestos related diseases associated with exposure to asbestos. Say hello to the team that can manage your project from start to finish.

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