“If your home was constructed prior to 1990, before any renovations begin, you should have the building materials that will be impacted tested for asbestos,” says Andrew. “Common asbestos-containing materials are drywall compound and plaster, wall and ceiling textures, vinyl flooring, floor tile, duct paper, parging mud, stucco and cement board siding.”
Clean Air’s 70-strong team, based in Calgary and Lethbridge, will come out to a property where asbestos or mould has been discovered and use the latest equipment — such as air scrubbers and industrial-strength HEPA vacuums — to remediate the problem as quickly and safely as possible.
Andrew says trust plays a big role in Clean Air’s relationship with its clients.
“In the last couple of years, there’ve been a lot of start-up companies that don’t necessarily know what they’re doing. We get it done right the first time.”