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Asbestos Removal Made Safe & Easy

We’ve all heard about the dangers of asbestos. From what you see on TV, you’d think it was more dangerous than nuclear waste, but the truth is that asbestos is the most dangerous when you breath in the particles. This can happen naturally when you break down walls or tear up asbestos tiles.

Professional asbestos removal companies use water or foam to soak the asbestos material down in order to reduce or eliminate the potential for airborne particles to be released. This allows for safe, effective removal.

Our DIY Asbestos Removal Foam Saves You Money

Introducing DIY Asbestos Removal foam. Simply spray the foam on whatever asbestos material you find. Since asbestos is often found in floor tiles, insulation, siding, or walls, it’s important to spray the foam liberally on the areas of concern. Wait several minutes before proceeding to break the material down and carry it away.

We still recommend that you wear gloves and a mask, but our foam significantly reduces the chance of dangerous particles being released into the air.

This is the exact same dampening foam that asbestos removal companies use to get rid of asbestos materials in your home or office. Using our foam can save you thousands of dollars because you can remove the asbestos materials yourself rather than hiring an asbestos removal company.

Products Where Asbestos Was Used

It’s important to understand that asbestos is only harmful if disturbed. Once the material is broken up, particles are released into the air which, when inhaled, have been proven harmful.

Asbestos was used in a wide variety of building materials for both homes and office buildings from 1930 until it was banned in 1977.  It was used because asbestos is a highly effective fire-retardant material. It is also an excellent thermal and acoustic insulator.

Some of the building materials where it was used included:

  • Ceiling tiles
  • Roofing products
  • Vinyl floor tiles
  • Thermal and HVAC insulation
  • Cement sheets
  • Fireproofing materials
  • Spray on coatings
  • Blown-in attic insulation
  • Some siding material
  • A few types of linoleum flooring
  • Popcorn ceilings
  • And more

If you think you may have asbestos in your home, there are some DIY asbestos testing kits on the market, but you’ll still have to follow the instructions and send your sample off to a lab for confirmation. You can also contact an asbestos removal company to have them test the material as well.

Why Use Our DIY Asbestos Removal Foam For Asbestos Abatement?

For decades, discovering that you have asbestos in your home or workplace meant spending thousands of dollars to hire an asbestos removal company to come in, disrupt your life and remove the hazardous material. Not every company or homeowner can easily afford all this.

Our product dampens the material so that the chances of having hazardous material floating in the air are significantly minimized. This allows you to remove the material more safely. It’s the exact same foam that the asbestos companies use whenever they do the work.

Whether you have a lot or a little asbestos to remove, our product helps you get the job done while minimizing the risks by eliminating fiber emissions. It’s a welcome alternative to spending thousands on asbestos removal.

Not only that but using our OSHA-approved foam eliminates the need for hanging plastic sheeting to isolate the room from the rest of the building. This saves time and labor necessary with traditional removal methods.

Other reasons to use our foam include:

  • Our foam encapsulates contaminated material and adheres to it completely
  • This total encapsulation eliminates exposure to harmful particles
  • Our foam guarantees the lowest fiber release
  • Our product is made from all-natural, plant-based and eco-friendly ingredients.

Order your DIY Asbestos Removal foam today.

How To Use DIY Asbestos Removal Foam

Once you’ve identified the areas where asbestos exists, simply:

  1. Spray the foam once and wait for the foam to adhere to the asbestos-contaminated material (ACM)
  2. Scrape the material or remove the material
  3. Dispose of the asbestos properly

    To dispose of asbestos materials, you must double bag the material in plastic bags and take it to special landfills that are designated to receive asbestos waste.

We had asbestos flooring in our home and used this foam to remove the flooring. It saved us so much money! We’re glad we did the job ourselves!

Angie T.

We used this foam to wet the insulation we removed from our attic. It was a big job but it went smoothly. We’re so glad we did this ourselves rather than pay thousands for professional asbestos removers to do the same exact thing.

Sara B.

I used DIY Asbestos Removal foam and was able to save my business at least $10,000 in clean-up fees. I couldn’t be happier with the results!

Ted K.

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