Louisiana Asbestos Abatement

If you’re looking for a Louisiana asbestos abatement company, look no further than ARC Abatement. ARC was founded as an asbestos abatement company and has consistently ranked in the Top 10 Asbestos Abatement firms in the country. We have successfully completed hundreds of abatement projects in Louisiana and have maintained compliance with the regulations as well as maintained a stellar .76 EMR.

We remove asbestos in industrial, education, retail, government, historical, medical and commercial facilities.

Our Louisiana asbestos abatement crews work under experienced supervisors.  We use state-of-the-art asbestos abatement techniques and equipment.  If buildings are occupied, we assure minimal disruptions to your personnel. Our proprietary estimating software coupled with the expertise of our management team produces cost estimates that our customers appreciate. Estimates are:

  • 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
  • Almost identical in bid price and actual price

In 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 Engineering News-Record magazine ranks ARC Abatement a top 10 asbestos abatement firm.

We are frequently ahead of schedule. Two such projects are the Roosevelt Terrace Apartments in Baton Rouge and the Astrodome in Houston.

Louisiana asbestos abatement

Asbestos Abatement

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency website, asbestos abatement is:

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 heat resistance, asbestos has been used in a variety of building construction materials for insulation and fire retardation.  When the asbestos-containing material is disturbed or damaged such as in a remodeling, particles and fibers are released into the air, and this is a health hazard.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) requires that you perform a survey to determine the presence of asbestos in your building before doing a renovation. In most states, such as Texas, you must notify the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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.

From Colorado to Louisiana asbestos abatement is our specialty.  Give our Louisiana office a call at 985-956-7061 and ask for Donald Delatte.