Greenville, Spartanburg, & Anderson Environmental ExpertsFrom Asbestos to Crawl Spaces, and Even Radon, Peerless Environmental Has the Upstate Covered
Why Is Asbestos Harmful?
Six naturally occurring minerals collectively known as asbestos are constructed of fibers that can withstand heat. Before the risks of asbestos were known, it was utilized in thousands of consumer products in the United States. Mesothelioma, lung cancer, and other malignancies are brought on by exposure to asbestos.
Controlling the release of asbestos fibers from materials containing asbestos is our main objective as an asbestos removal company. Asbestos can be removed from any property in Upstate South Carolina, including Greenville, Spartanburg, and Anderson, by our qualified, licensed, and insured asbestos handlers. We can meet all of your abatement needs, whether they are residential or commercial.
Visual inspections alone are insufficient to detect the presence of asbestos, so additional testing is needed. It is essential to collect samples of suspected asbestos-containing fibers and send them to a lab for analysis. Although it is possible to purchase asbestos test kits online, hiring experts Peerless Environmental to do professional testing is advised if you want to find out if your building has asbestos. With home testing equipment, mistakes can happen, and if the work is not done safely, there is a serious risk to health.
For property owners in the Greenville, Spartanburg, and Anderson areas who need to remove asbestos from their buildings, our asbestos removal services are ideal. We’ll collaborate with you to create a strategy that addresses your individual needs, and we’ll always go above and beyond to make sure you’re safe and satisfied.
Searching for a reputable asbestos survey and inspection business in Greenville, Spartanburg, or Anderson South Carolina? Peerless Environmental is the only company you need! With decades of experience in the service industry, we are committed to giving our customers the best service possible.
We provide thorough asbestos surveys and inspections to assist you in determining whether asbestos is present in your residential and commercial structures. Call us right now to find out more about how we can assist you in taking the necessary precautions to avoid asbestos exposure.
To develop a strategy for remediation, Peerless Environmental first conducts an assessment to determine the degree of risk that the asbestos poses. A remediation strategy often entails covering or sealing asbestos-containing materials to keep them away from a building’s working environment. Air containing asbestos fibers are typically drawn away from a contained space using negative air pressure. This air then travels through High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters before being vented outside the structure. A building may need to be temporarily sealed off for asbestos remediation procedures.
Black Asbestos Mastic Removal
Mastic removal is NOT a DIY project for homeowners or businesses that learn their flooring has black mastic. There are materials and particles that can be very harmful to your health. While there are a variety of different materials and methods to remove mastic, hiring an experienced professional company that specializes in the removal of black mastic in the safest way.
Vermiculite Insulation Removal
Vermiculite insulation might potentially release asbestos fibers into your home if it is disturbed in any way. You and your family may be at risk for health problems as a result of this exposure to asbestos fibers. To assess the insulation problem, don’t disturb it and engage a qualified asbestos contractor like Peerless Environmental.
Popcorn Ceiling Removal
Many lovely older homes in Upstate South Carolina were constructed by skilled craftsmen and meant to last a lifetime. However, they’re also known for using materials that contain asbestos. Popcorn ceilings are among the most prevalent types of asbestos-containing building materials in homes in the Greenville area. Popcorn ceilings made of asbestos can devalue your property, harm your health, and give it a dated look.
Vinyl Asbestos Tile Removal
Vinyl flooring is a tough, smooth surface that comes in a wide range of colors and designs, from pure black to rainbow swirls. Installers used sheets or tiles of vinyl flooring. Vinyl sheet typically has an adhesive and paper backing that keeps it attached to the floor. Mastic was typically used to glue vinyl tiles. A qualified asbestos inspector should test your vinyl sheet or vinyl tile to determine whether it contains asbestos before removing it.
Crawl Space Services
Why Maintain Your Crawl Space?
Your crawl space is vulnerable to moisture, heat loss, bugs, and a variety of other issues if it is not properly maintained. These frequent issues can harm the structure of your home, result in expensive energy costs, and pollute the air you breathe with pollutants and allergies.
Crawl Space Dehumidifiers
Crawl space dehumidifiers are the missing link in the crawl space. Some of the most important advantages of having a healthy crawl space are provided by dehumidifiers. Automated humidity control, moisture control in wood, healthy air, mold growth prevention, auto draining, and clean insulation are just a few of the reasons to install one in your crawl space.
Crawl Space Vapor Barriers
Vapor barriers prevent excess moisture and humidity from entering your home through the crawl space. While you may believe this is your next DIY home improvement project, installing a vapor barrier with not only the right materials but also the right method is critical for its effectiveness.
Crawl Space Moisture Remediation
Peerless Environmental is the Upstate expert in moisture remediation and protecting the foundation and crawl space area of your home. Repairing crawl spaces and eliminating moisture are our areas of expertise. Call us right away if you need help with water or moisture issues or if you want to prevent moisture problems from occurring in your crawl space. When you call us, we will be happy to come assess the moisture content of your crawl space to determine whether moisture remediation services are necessary for your property. Being proactive rather than reactive when it comes to protecting your biggest investment is always preferable! We will be happy to provide you with a professional inspection of your crawl space.
Crawl Space Mold Removal
Two of the most typical places for mold to grow in a house are the basement and the crawl space. Many people rarely, if ever, go into their basements or look into their crawlspaces. This means that similar to attic mold, mold issues in these places are frequently not identified until they have become serious issues.
Crawl Space Repair
Every component of the system that makes up your house has an impact on how the other parts of the building function. Your entire house will suffer if your crawl space starts to deteriorate, develop mold, or have structural issues. Crawl space issues of all kinds are our area of expertise at Peerless Environmental. In the Upstate South Carolina area, we provide free, no-obligation estimates for crawl space repairs.
Crawl Space Waterproofing
Protecting your property from water damage involves waterproofing and sealing the crawl space. Unsealed crawl areas can let water seep in, causing wood to rot and the growth of mold. Keeping your home dry and comfortable can help prevent these issues with proper sealing and waterproofing of your crawl space.
Crawl Space Drainage Systems
Making a decision about a new drainage system can be challenging and stressful. At Peerless Environmental, we have years of experience working with drainage systems for crawl spaces. We guarantee all of our drainage systems and provide free estimates and estimations. Call us right away for your free, no-obligation estimate and price on installing French drains and sump pumps.
Crawl Space Insulation
The best time to replace any damp fiberglass insulation in your crawl area is during encapsulation. Rigid foam boards are used by Peerless Environmental to insulate the crawl space’s walls. Because it is more resistant to water damage than fiberglass and cellulose, rigid foam is the ideal option for insulation in crawl spaces. Contact your nearby Upstate Peerless Environmental team right away to set up an on-site consultation if you’re ready to upgrade your crawl space insulation.
Crawl Space Inspections
We go down those crawl spaces because we know you don’t want to. Every six months, crawl spaces should be inspected no vermin, mold, or mildew is growing there. You shouldn’t live in a house with a filthy crawl area because it could negatively impact your health. Our experts will ensure that your crawlspace areas are a functional and healthy aspect of your home.
Radon Gas Services
What is Radon?
When radioactive elements such as uranium, thorium, or radium decay in rocks, soil, or groundwater, radon, a radioactive gas, is naturally produced. Mostly from breathing radon-contaminated air that enters homes and buildings through cracks and openings, people can be exposed to radon.
At Peerless Environmental, we can connect you with one of our Radon Inspection Specialists, who is certified to perform a Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM) test in your home. A CRM test is proven to be the most accurate short-term radon testing in the industry, and can provide reliable results in as little as 48 hours.
Need your home tested for radon? Already know you have high levels and need a radon reduction system installed? Finding qualified Radon professionals can be difficult. At Peerless Environmental, we recognize that radon mitigation is not usually an investment that is budgeted for household costs. We want to work with you to find the ideal solution for your needs at the most affordable price.
Because you can’t see, smell, or taste radon, the only way to find it in your home is to test for it. Radon is an incredibly dangerous gas, a leading cause of cancer. In the Upstate of South Carolina where radon levels are high, radon testing is something you will want to take very seriously. Don’t let your home go without being inspected and tested for radon.
The process of eliminating radon inside your home by sending it outside is known as radon mitigation, radon abatement, or radon remediation. By installing a radon mitigation system, we can achieve this. There are numerous radon mitigation methods available, and our team will suggest the one that will work the best for your home.
Radon Reduction Systems
You can reduce the high radon levels in your home. For your home or building, we can design and install radon mitigation systems. Each radon mitigation system is built specifically for your house or structure. Keep your investment safe. Our homes are typically our largest investments. The removal of radon protects the value of our property in the same way that maintenance and renovations do. Just as replacing an old, leaky roof adds value to your home, so does a radon mitigation system that is installed and guaranteed by Peerless Environmental.
There may be up to 10 million homes with considerable radon poisoning in the United States, and experts are now almost unanimous in their support for radon mitigation and the testing of every household. Peerless Environmental can help in getting rid of hazardous radon gas. Get your home tested today!
Crawl Space Radon Mitigation
Without your knowledge, your crawl space may be allowing cancer-causing radon gas into your living space, which is a great reason to pay attention to it. You shouldn’t attempt radon mitigation system installation and crawl space sealing as a weekend DIY job. Keep in mind that you are working with a radioactive element and that a mistake could be disastrous. Work with a group of radon mitigation experts like Peerless Environmental if you want to successfully lower the radon levels in your home.
Basement Radon Mitigation
The best strategy to eliminate radon in your basement is to work with a radon mitigation company. The way to mitigate radon depends on the configuration of your basement. The methods required to mitigate the radon will depend on factors including whether your basement is finished or unfinished and whether the radon is in a crawl space rather than a basement. Ensuring that the work is done correctly is made easier by working with a respectable company like Peerless Environmental.
Schedule Your Free Inspection
Start protecting your home against the dangers of radon and contact us to schedule your free inspection! We will test your current radon levels and work with you to find the best system for your home. We serve customers throughout Upstate South Carolina including Greenville, Spartanburg, and Anderson Counties, and surrounding areas.
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Who We Serve
Residential & Commercial Customers
In order to get your remodeling or renovation project back on track, we can identify trouble spots and provide speedy quotes on demand. We can also help with debris disposal and demolition. The Peerless Environmental team works quickly and with precision to remove mold, radon, and even asbestos from your home or business.
Contractors & Trades
We have close relationships with numerous tradespeople and contractors. With more than 50 years of expertise in the service industry, we have established a solid reputation. For your next abatement or encapsulation project, get in touch with us.
Property Managers & Investors
Property management and investing can take a good deal of time and cause stress. Let our team of experts help alleviate concerns at your properties when comes to asbestos, radon, or crawl space issues.
Educational & Government Institutions
Include us in your upcoming Request for Proposal (RFP). For your government facility or school, we can provide asbestos abatement and testing services. We work around tight schedules and can meet the many regulatory requirements required for these types of projects.