Calgary, Alberta Based RGR Abatement Expert Publishes New Q&A Page

July 29, 2019
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RGR Abatements, a Calgary based asbestos removal company, is pleased to announce the launch of their new questions and answers page. Intended for customers trying to learn more about asbestos, RGR Abatements says, “We frequently get a lot of questions to do with asbestos, so we put together a pretty large list of typical Questions and Answers.” Read more about Asbestos Removal Calgary online.

Asbestos refers to any of six naturally occurring silicate minerals that are known to be a serious health hazard. Before the adverse effects it can have on health were discovered, asbestos was widely used as a building material, but this use is now banned in multiple countries. Inhalation of the microscopic fibers can lead to a number of lung conditions, including asbestosis and cancer. With the material having been used extensively during the 20th century, many buildings from the era still have asbestos in them which poses a great risk to their inhabitants. It is crucial to get a professional to remove the asbestos in these situations.

Removal is accomplished using a number of safety gadgets designed to minimize the amount of asbestos dust produced, such as specialized power tools, synthetic protective clothing, respirators, pressure sprayers, specialized vacuum cleaners, steam blowers, and covered bins. With these tools, it is possible to remove asbestos safely and quickly. Clients who have questions regarding the preparations, precautions, and methods used during asbestos removal can read further on RGR Abatements’ Q&A page at https://rgrabatements.com/questions-answers/.

“The first step in asbestos removal is to ensure worker safety,” states RGR Abatements. “Wearing of synthetic protective clothing ensures prevention of ACM penetration. The exposure to asbestos concentration should be limited to less than 0.1FPC/8 hours work schedule. Surface wetting with pressure sprayer (water + wetting agent) prepares the work area. Using HEPA vacuum cleaners can eliminate as much dust as possible.”

Asbestos removal is generally considered quite safe, as long as the contractor and workers involved follow the standard safety procedures and work within the limitations set out by the guidelines they are given. It is the contractor’s job to ensure that the entire process is carried out according to code. Due to this, RGR Abatements hires only the most highly qualified specialists to deal with all manner of asbestos related issues. They offer an efficient and timely service to remove contamination from any home or business.

As the asbestos removal company states, it is very important to contact a certified professional if one suspects there is asbestos in their house or business. “Asbestos removal is a complicated procedure and should only be trusted to qualified experts. Only certified asbestos removal services take the proper precautions for both clients and employees, and have the steps to free your work or home environment of toxic materials,” says the company.

A number of clients have made use of RGR’s services, and the vast majority have been pleased enough with the results to leave 5-star reviews on the Google review platform. “In my experience with RGR Abatements, I have found this company to be one that reaches a high level of standard in and around the workplace,” says one such review by a client named Jamie Martin. “They strive to meet deadlines, ensure customer satisfaction, and leave a lasting impression that allows one to inform others of their professionalism. Raj came to my aid one day and made himself readily available when I had an emergency leak in my house. He and his company are well informed and up to date with all certifications; that makes him one of the top picks for your remediation needs. I highly recommend RGR for any mould or asbestos removal you may need!”

Asbestos can be stressful, expensive, and even dangerous to remove, especially if one calls the wrong company to do it. Calgary residents who wish to have asbestos removed from their home are encouraged to contact their local expert, RGR Abatements, today. More information about the company can be found at the following link: http://calgarystreetguide.ca/asbestos-testing-calgary/.



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About RGR Abatements:

RGR speacializes in Asbestos testing abatement , removal and disposal of all Asbestos found in construction sites. We are certified asbestos removal company in Calagry

Contact RGR Abatements:

Raj Gosal

532 25 Avenue NE, Calgary, AB T2E 1Y5
(403) 681-3697

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