Asbestos Abatement & Removal in Vancouver, WA

For the safety of your business or home—and your health—it’s imperative to hire a professional for asbestos removal and abatement. That’s why, in addition to asbestos testing, we also offer asbestos removal and abatement services.

Our Washington asbestos abatement contractors are licensed professionals that have the high-quality training necessary to properly handle, remove, and transport asbestos in a safe and timely manner. At Alpha Environmental, we go above and beyond to remove asbestos in the most reliable way possible, following strict asbestos abatement standards set forth for the state of Washington by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Department of Ecology.

Since safe asbestos abatement can be a time-consuming and expensive process that requires specialized equipment, pricing for Alpha Environmental asbestos removal and abatement services vary.

Unsure if you have asbestos that needs to be removed? See our Asbestos Testing page to learn more!

Asbestos Testing - Tile

Tile

Asbestos Testing - Roof

Roof

Asbestos Testing - Ceilings

Ceilings

Asbestos Testing - Insulation

Insulation

No Hassle. No Obligation.

"Our experience with Alpha was great. They were professional, quick to respond, and easy to work with. Thank you!"

Amy G.

What To Expect From Your Asbestos Ceiling Test

Schedule an Appointment

You can schedule by calling (503) 292-5346 or scheduling online. One of our AHERA certified asbestos inspectors will be assigned to your appointment.

DEQ forms and order materials

The Washington Department of Ecology requires several applications and forms to be filled out and paid prior to an asbestos abatement project being completed. Alpha also orders the appropriate material, personal protective equipment, and tooling necessary to complete the abatement project.

Day prior to your work

Everything in the area that is to be abated, from floor to ceiling, that is not part of the structure must be removed from the area. For most projects, it is required that no one is present during the abatement process.

Start of work

Generally, our abatement crews will be on-site between 6:30-7:30 AM. Our site supervisor and crew will establish a negative pressure enclosure and a decontamination area.

Prep and negative air pressure enclosure

A negative air pressure enclosure is off-limits to anyone other than licensed professionals according to the DEQ. Negative air pressure is required to keep the air inside from becoming overly contaminated. It uses a large HEPA filter to catch asbestos-containing material.

Project coming to a close

Once the abatement process has been completed, a third-party air clearance, which is required by the DEQ, is conducted. Following a positive air clearance result, a final cleaning and thorough walk-through are completed.

Closure

Alpha will send over a closure letter describing the project, air clearance passing, and that all proper paperwork has been filed with the DEQ.

No Hassle. No Obligation.

"Our experience with Alpha was great. They were professional, quick to respond, and easy to work with. Thank you!"

Amy G.

Already know you have asbestos?

Our asbestos abatement team are licensed professionals that have the high-quality training necessary to properly handle, remove and transport asbestos in a safe and timely manner. At Alpha Environmental, we go above and beyond to remove asbestos in the safest way possible, following strict asbestos abatement standards set forth for the state of Oregon.

Contact Us

A trusted member of our team will reach out within 1 business day to schedule