Broomfield Asbestos Removal Companies.
ARC Abatement is the Answer.
If you are considering Broomfield asbestos removal companies, ARC Abatement is one of the most recognized abatement companies in the US today. ARC was founded in 1990 as an asbestos abatement and removal company. There are many Denver and Broomfield asbestos removal companies, but ARC is the only contractor who has completed 7 million hours of asbestos abatement work as well as 13,200 projects with a 100 percent compliance record. We also boast a stellar .76 EMR rating. Our EMR ranking is something we are proud of and continually strive to maintain as part of our work ethic on each and every project that is awarded to ARC.
Our Broomfield asbestos removal projects include Fort Carson, Colorado Plains Medical Center, Butterball, Weld County, LT Environmental.We remove asbestos in industrial, education, retail, government, medical and commercial facilities. From our Broomfield office, we serve all of Colorado, southern Wyoming and western Nebraska.
Our asbestos abatement crews work with experienced supervisors. We use state-of-the-art asbestos abatement techniques and equipment. If buildings are occupied, we ensure minimal disruptions to personnel. Our proprietary estimating software coupled with the expertise of our management team produces cost estimates that our customers appreciate:
- Streamlined to a few pages with only the necessary information
- Consistent and uniform across all offices, seasons and work volume
- Drilled down to include all functions and costs of the project
- Very little variation in bid price and actual price
Engineering News-Record Ranks ARC 3rd on “Top 20 Firms in Asbestos Abatement in the U.S.”
One of the many reasons for this ranking is we are frequently ahead of schedule on our projects. Two such projects are the Roosevelt Terrace Apartments in Baton Rouge and the Astrodome in Houston.
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency website, asbestos abatement is defined as:
“The procedure to control fiber release from asbestos-containing materials in a building or to remove them entirely, including removal, encapsulation, repair, enclosure, encasement, and operations and maintenance programs.”
Because of its fiber strength and resistance to heat, asbestos has been used in a variety of building construction materials for insulation and as a fire-retardant. When the asbestos-containing material is disturbed or damaged such as in a remodeling project, particles and fibers are released into the air, and this presents a hazard to human health and the environment.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) requires a survey to be performed to determine the presence of asbestos in your building before proceeding with a renovation. Learn more including how people can be exposed to asbestos and the health effects of exposure to asbestos. Read the top 20 questions about asbestos.