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4 Mar 2020 Asbestos

Outdoor Asbestos Abatement Vancouver

Since asbestos is a naturally-occurring mineral, so it’s not only seen in our homes and structures but the natural environment as well.

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How to Tell Your House is Contaminated with Asbestos – Asbestos Abatement Vancouver

It’s tricky to identify if your home used to have asbestos, especially if an asbestos abatement Vancouver company has already cleared it out and decontaminated it. If this has been done, you have nothing to worry about. If your house has asbestos, there are usually a few signs that you can look out for, whether the house is on the newer side or built before the 1970s.

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Is Asbestos Hiding In Your Home? Home Asbestos Removal Vancouver

31 Jan 2020 Asbestos

Asbestos is a highly toxic material that can cause a wide array of diseases and health complications including lung cancer, asbestosis, and mesothelioma. It’s not usually the first thing you worry about before moving into your new home, however, if your house was built before 1979 there’s good chance asbestos is hiding somewhere within the walls, insulation or other parts of the home’s foundation. An asbestos removal Vancouver company can test your home and if asbestos is confirmed, it will take appropriate action to dispose of it carefully and up to code.

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Asbestos in Fake Snow and its Dangers

5 Dec 2019 Asbestos

By now, we are all familiar with the fact that asbestos was present in many items and workplaces between the 1930s and 1950s. Sometimes it was hidden in work equipment or as insulation to prevent fires, and other times it fell from the sky in the form of fake snow. Asbestos in fake snow was prevalent during the 1940s as it had exactly the look required to emulate the real thing.

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5 Asbestos-Containing Holiday Products You Probably Own

29 Nov 2019 Asbestos

As fun as it may be to bring out old holiday decorations, toys, and other nostalgic artifacts, it can also pose dangers. We all know about the classic dangers that Christmas time can bring, like being careful with real Christmas trees indoors, Christmas lights overheating and posing dangers, but nobody ever talks about asbestos-containing holiday products you probably own. You know, the ones that are buried in boxes in your basement that you bring out every year? Or maybe you haven’t brought it out in a while, and are excited to this year.

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Are House Demolition Vancouver Projects Feasible During Winter?

11 Nov 2019 Demolition

With winter coming up, most people are preparing their wardrobes, decorating their houses and getting into the holiday spirit while others are putting their renovation projects to a halt, but is it really necessary?

Usually, no, but it also depends on the company completing your project and on the scale of your project. There is no reason why the colder temperatures should stop you from completing all of your renovation or demolition projects, especially if there is a particularly warmer period without any snowstorms.

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Asbestos-Laced Christmas Decorations – Asbestos Removal Vancouver

22 Oct 2019 Asbestos

Asbestos was considered an essential part of insulation for residential buildings, houses, libraries, schools and countless other structures due to its incredible fire-resistant properties. It was lighter, stronger and much more durable than other fire-resistant compounds so it was used in bricks, concrete, furniture, boilers, engines, and it was even mixed in with various plastics and resins. An asbestos removal Vancouver company like BC Green can help you dispose of your items safely and without additional risk.

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Benefits of Hiring Demolition Professionals

With a span of time, we can see the devastating changes in the construction industry. Some years earlier most of the construction work done by human hands, which requires a lot of effort and includes so much hard work. But now, many new machines are being introduced in the market on a daily basis which helps to reduce the risk and efforts of the people. The demolition services are a part of the construction industry and for that demolition professionals are being hired. 

The demolition work is not an easy task for the people. While doing the demolition of house, office, clubs and any other property, the workers have to work very carefully. About 90 percent of homes asbestos are available in roofs, walls, carpet, etc. which is very dangerous for the human body.

Asbestos is a term referring to six naturally occurring silicate materials, which grow as veins within a mesomorphic rock. These veins are composed of long thin crystals made up of various fibers. These fibers contain many microscopic fibrils and if any of these fibrils got disturbed it can release in the atmosphere which causes many health-related problems.

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The following points will discuss the benefits of hiring professionals for demolition services:

  • Follows the regulations:

Construction and demolition have various rules and regulations made by the Governments. Most of the reputable demolition companies have a license, experienced workers and provide necessary training to their workers to make ensure that the project complies with all federal and provincial government rules and regulations. Following government rules can be more important when your demolition projects evolve hazardous material which can affect the life of natural habitat. Hiring demolition professionals for work can save the environment because of their certified work equipment.

  • Best safety standards:

The demolition job is not easy work, it includes many health-related risks. The risk for injury is much higher for inexperienced people than for trained demolition teams. When you give demolition work to the experienced workers which protect yourself from injury and have surety that your project is safe. The safety standards can provide you peace of mind and ensure that your project will be completed on time. In Vancouver, the proper hazard waste disposal is very important by following the rules and regulations of city of vancouver

  • More Efficient methods:

Many individuals who try to do demolition on their own must rely on handmade tools like hammers, chainsaws and other tools for their home projects. Sometimes people met serious accidents while they do their own demolition works because they do not have the proper equipment. A professional demolition worker can take down the whole any type of structure from the roof to the foundation as effective as possible.

  • Small Process:

The demolition process time depends on the size of the project. If you hire a professional demolition company the process can take a few days rather than weeks. The quick demolition means to build and renovating rapidly which results completed your work before time. The shorter process is more beneficial to those areas like Vancouver where the weather has quick changeable patterns results delay in construction. For example, in Vancouver, most of the buildings are constructed in the summer season because there is no rain, no snow just nice hot and warm weather which allows workers to work on their construction sites.

Asbestos removal is a serious business and is best left to the professionals. So, it is good to hire professionals than to try to remove asbestos on our own. Professionals are highly experienced and have the knowledge to handle all the situations. Also, if any organization will hire professionals then this will also increase the company’s reputation in the market. Therefore, hiring an asbestos removal professional is always beneficial. 

If you have any questions please contact BC Green Construction and Demolition.


Learn about Asbestos removal before buying a House!

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a term referring to six naturally occurring silicate materials, which grow as veins within mesomorphic rock. These veins are composed of long thin crystals made up of various fibres. These fibres contain many microscopic fibrils and if any of these fibrils got disturbed it can release in the atmosphere which cause many health-related problems. It is a mineral that is mined from the earth, and its natural properties make it an excellent and inexpensive. These minerals can be used to make products strong, long-lasting and fire-resistant.


Where Is It Found?

Incombustibles are used in a wide range of manufactured products due to its heat-resistant and insulating properties. It mainly used for insulating buildings and homes against the cold weather and noise and for fireproofing and used by industry, construction, and commercial sectors in products such as:

  • Building materials
  • Friction materials 
  • Fire and heat protection wear.
  • Industrial furnaces and heating systems.
  • Incombustible textiles.
  • Heat, electrical, and sound insulation or wrappings.
  • Insulation for hot and cold areas.
  • Packing materials, linings, and coatings.
  • Reinforcement of plastic products, thermoset and thermoplastic resins.
  • Filler in resins, plastics and caulking and in asphalt road surfacing.

Should Do An Inspection Before Buying A House?

Buying a house is a very difficult process. Making sure that your new house is a good investment and it provides a safe environment. It is observed that many of the old houses contain incombustible, a toxic mineral known to cause various types of cancer and respiratory problems. It widely used in homes for insulation, pipes, roofing products, and attics and can imply a higher or lower risk of exposure.

It is only dangerous if it is disturbed and the microfibres it contains are able to become airborne. It can be difficult to identify whether it has been disturbed or not though, so you should always consult an expert if you aren’t sure. The best asbestos removal Vancouver service provide by the Bc Green Construction and Demolition. They have qualifies workers and certified equipments because tasks such as renovations and construction projects in the home, can lead to damaged non-combustible, leaving individuals susceptible to dangerous exposure. Since the mineral is not yet banned, but it’s amount decreased as compared to before, many household products and construction materials can still pose a threat. In order to help prevent incombustibles exposure in the home, individuals are encouraged to hire abatement professionals to identify and remove any asbestos materials safely.

Therefore, when it comes to such houses, prospective buyers may understandably become disinterested. However, people should also know that they do not necessarily have to give up on their dream house just because it contains incombustible.


Make Asbestos Testing A Priority

It contains safe material when they are in good condition and imply a high risk of exposure when cracked or damaged. However, there is no way to know for a high risk of exposure when cracked or damaged. However, there is no way to know for sure if a home contains asbestos or not just by looking at it. Therefore, having what may become your new home inspected by a professional team before you buy it is highly recommended. 

Important Things To Keep In Mind When Buying A House With Asbestos

If incombustible is found in the house you like, you can still buy it. It is possible that containing products and materials are in good condition. This means that the risk of lung diseases can be extremely low. But, still you have to check and be clear about the presence of asbestos in your house. Even though nowadays construction materials contain only up to 1% asbestos, you must make sure that the asbestos-containing materials are undisturbed and correctly installed before buying or renovating a home.

If incombustible found, then hire a professional or specialist to remove it. You should avoid disturbing asbestos material yourself, because the microfibres it contains are able to become airborne. This can increase the risk to you and your families health. If you have vermiculite-based insulation in your attic, it may contain asbestos. You should also make sure about other certain things, such as:

  • children are not allowed in the attic
  • professionals that are trained to handle asbestos are hired if you plan to remodel or renovate
  • all cracks and holes in the ceiling of the rooms below the insulation are sealed

If you still found vermiculite-based insulation in your attic, have fallen inside your walls, then you should seal cracks and holes with caulking around:

  • window and door frames
  • along baseboards
  • around electrical outlets

To Buy Or Not To Buy A House With Asbestos?

It is obvious that deciding to buy a house which contains incombustible is difficult, as well as it is dangerous too. Therefore, it totally depends on the situation, because buying a house with asbestos can also be proved as a good idea in future. You can save money while buying a house which contains incombustible because it is much cheaper than the house but it also contains some health related risks, so ultimately it depends upon  the buyer to make up the final decision!

Best Asbestos Removal Vancouver 

As we all know, disturbance in Asbestos is the cause of many serious diseases related to human health. The demolition companies needs to take care not to  disturb the asbestos while doing the demolition. The asbestos removal from house or any demolition site is quite difficult job. There are many companies who provide the demolition services but they do not have the proper equipment to handle Asbestos. Sometimes, they disturb the Asbestos while demolition which cause harm to the environment. The best Asbestos removal Vancouver service provides by the BC Green Construction and Demolition. The City of Vancouver has set some rules for the demolition companies.  We have certified workers for demolition of home, office and clubs and other properties. We use proper equipment on the work like air mask, bodysuit, helmet etc for keeping our workers and the environment safe.


If you have any questions please contact BC Green Construction and Demolition.

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