Building Materials In Your Home That May Contain Asbestos

Working on a home built prior to 1990?  Care must be taken that building materials you are about to disturb could contain asbestos.  If you plan on hiring a contractor or do it your self tests must be run to make double sure that the various materials don’t contain asbestos.   So before you start renovating or demolishing and disposing of materials contact Stutters Restorations for asbestos detection.

List Of Asbestos Materials

  • Adhesives
  • Asphalt Floor Tile
  • Base Flashing
  • Blown-in Insulation
  • Boiler Insulation
  • Breaching Insulation
  • Carpet Backing
  • Caulking/Putties
  • Ceiling Tiles and Lay-in Panels
  • Cement Pipes
  • Cement Siding
  • Cement Wallboard
  • Cooling Towers
  • Decorative Plaster
  • Ductwork Flexible Fabric Connections
  • Electrical Cloth
  • Electrical Panel Partitions
  • Electrical Wiring Insulation
  • Elevator Brake Shoes
  • Elevator Equipment Panels
  • Fire Doors
  • Fireproofing Materials
  • Flooring Backing
  • Floor Tiles
  • Heating and Electrical Ducts
  • High Temperature Gaskets
  • HVAC Duct Insulation
  • Joint Compounds
  • Pipe Insulation
  • Roofing Felt
  • Roofing Shingles
  • Speckling Compounds
  • Sprayed-on Insulation
  • Taping Compounds (thermal)
  • Textured Paints/Coatings
  • Thermal Paper Products
  • Vinyl Floor Tile
  • Vinyl Sheet Flooring
  • Vinyl Wall Coverings
  • Wallboard

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The Stutters team follows a strict procedure when working with asbestos and is an environmentally friendly company.

Step one: Stutters employees will set up a containment area by using poly to seal in the contaminants.

Step two: Our crews suit up and wear special breathing equipment to carry out the removal process.

Step three: We then purify the air with HEPA filters before it goes back into the environment.