Asbestos is a dangerous substance that was used in the construction and renovation of many buildings between the 1940s and 1970s. Asbestos contains harmful contaminants that can damage the lungs and create long-term health hazards, including certain cancers. It is believed that even low levels of exposure can be extremely harmful over time.
Central Oregon Disaster Restoration offers asbestos testing and asbestos abatement in Bend and throughout the state of Oregon. Established in 2006, Central Oregon Disaster Restoration is headquartered in Bend, Oregon.
The following are examples of some building materials that may contain asbestos:
Special measures must be taken to ensure safe asbestos removal when abatement is needed. Central Oregon Disaster Restoration has experience in asbestos removal and has completed projects in commercial, government, industrial and residential settings. Our highly trained and experienced supervisors and personnel understand the importance of asbestos removal from any building demolition or renovation project and will perform the work safely and efficiently. Did you know that in the state of Oregon, any home built before 2004 has to be tested for asbestos if you are doing any work to the home? Our staff will work with you to get the materials tested and then removed if necessary.
When you call CODR we will respond immediately by sending one of our licensed technicians to your property to provide a free inspection. From this inspection we will identify any suspicious materials that may be worth testing for asbestos contamination
If we find materials that are worth testing, our technicians will take samples of the materials and send them out for comprehensive testing.
If we find asbestos contamination on your property, we can begin to remove any damaged materials. Our technicians will work to remove and dispose of those materials in the correct manner, preparing the area for repairs.
Once the area has been cleared, our team will begin working to make any necessary repairs in order to restore your property to its pre-loss condition.