Asbestos Roof Abatements


Many people have installed new roofs after 1989 and believe that asbestos is something they do not need to worry about. The problem for some building owners is that if they roofed over an existing roof, the existing roof (now bottom roof) could have asbestos in it. Asbestos has a history in roofing materials. It was not banned until 1989, so some roofs still have asbestos in them today. Asbestos in roofing can be found in the following areas:

  • Roofing felts
  • Roof flashings
  • Shingles
  • Coatings, mastics, and roof cement
  • Transite panels
  • Underlayments and vapor barriers

Whether you are dealing with more than one roof and fear your bottom one could be asbestos, or if you only have one roof but the age of it makes you believe it could be asbestos, we are here to help you. We are trained to sample your roof and find out if you have asbestos or not in your system. We are also trained and certified to remove asbestos roofing from your facility.