Start your project off right and test for asbestos FIRST. When starting any construction project where you will be disturbing building materials, you should always check for asbestos. Asbestos is a federally regulated hazardous material. In the state of colorado you must check for asbestos according to CDPHE (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment).
Enviocore is certified to test any construction material for asbestos. We can handle large-scale commercial testing on multi-family properties and still return certified, state-required test results fast. We know the rules and can provide you the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’re covered. Call Enviocore for your commercial asbestos testing needs today. Read More
Colorado’s Regulation 8, Part B requires flooring asbestos testing anytime more than 32 sq. ft. of drywall or flooring is removed. Colorado flooring companies advise customers to always get old flooring tested for asbestos before replacement. Many even require proof of asbestos testing and mitigation before they will deliver flooring orders. That’s where Enviocore comes in. Read More
Whether you’re a commercial contractor, business owner or homeowner, if you believe you have an asbestos spill, halt all project work and call Enviocore right away. We’ll get there fast and get you results even faster, so you can minimize problems related to any asbestos spill or get your project back on track. Read More
Enviocore asbestos testing is conducted under the strictest standards, so our test results are certified to meet federal and state demolition permit requirements. That means with Enviocore, you can rest easy knowing you’re safely in compliance with your demolition permit. Read More
When you move your family into a new home, chances are you don’t know a lot about the construction materials in the house, or in what condition those materials may be. You don’t have to lose sleep wondering what your family is breathing. Read More
Common construction projects include:
Does My Home Contain Asbestos?
Asbestos is banned for most construction uses, but it can still be found in older structures and many building materials still used today. You should consider asbestos exposure risks in:
- Buildings constructed before 1990.
- Textured paint, sheetrock, popcorn ceilings.
- Roofing and siding materials.
- Insulation, especially in older structures. Notably, Zonolite Attic Insulation containing vermiculite.
- Artificial fireplace fixtures and logs.
- Protective material on walls and floors near stoves and furnaces.
- Floor and wall tiles.
- Pipe coatings and insulations.
- Furnace door and pipe gaskets.
Why Choose Us?
WE’RE SERIOUS ABOUT OUR WORK
We’ll show up at your door with a smile and treat you like a new friend. But be assured that we’re all business when it comes to delivering professional testing and consulting services.
FAST, ACCURATE TEST RESULTS. VERY FAST.
For any environmental testing to be meaningful, much less valuable, you need the results to be reliable and fast. If it takes until mold spores become visible over a large area to get positive mold contamination test results, those results aren’t really “news.” They’re “olds.”
WE TREAT YOUR FAMILY AND BUSINESS LIKE OURS
We never forget that our business is about people. Protecting people from hazards. When we enter your home or business, we consider how we would want to protect our home or business.