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Asbestos Abatement

After an asbestos survey is completed, abatement may be achieved by removal, encapsulation, isolation or repair of friable or non-friable asbestos containing materials. As abatement of asbestos is AAC's forte, we are fully committed to complete each project following all state and federal regulations.

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Mold Remediation

It is critical to first have a mold survey completed to designate how aggressive the mold growth is and what we would be dealing with, as there are over 45 types of common indoor molds. After the survey results are known, the effected area may require removal of the mold infested substrate (severe) or surface correction and the application of a mold specific encapsulate (less severe).

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Lead Paint Abatement

To remove or encapsulate lead based paint from its substrate. Removal can be accomplished in many different ways including but not limited to the use of chemical removal, needle guns and component removal. All lead abatement work to be completed per all state and federal regulations.

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PCB Remediation

The removal of Poly Chlorinated Biphenyl (a carcinogen), which are typically found in caulks, transformers and light ballasts.

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Environmental Decontamination

AAC personnel are trained to perform environmental decontamination which is the cleaning or decommissioning of an area structure, hood or piece of equipment. In many instances, a harmful substance or chemical contamination must also be rectified.