Asbestos Siding NJ

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 326 Bridge Plaza North Apt 5F Fort Lee, NJ , Fort Lee, NJ 07024

 201-243-3723


Overview

Famed for its properties both as an insulator and a binding agent, asbestos was widely used across NJ and the rest of the world. However, due to later determinations about its carcinogenic effects, its usage stopped and it was mostly removed from building sites. However, many homes in New Jersey still have asbestos siding boards.
If you’d like to remove the boards and replace them with something safer, we stand ready to help. Our team of experts is licensed and certified to handle asbestos removal in NJ, and we can also help you select a replacement siding option with similar properties (like CertainTeed or fiber cement). We can handle the entire operation from start to finish, including inspection, removal, disposal, and installation of a new exterior. If this sounds good to you, call us today!
You may be wondering: if my home has asbestos siding, is it dangerous? The answer is likely no. As a binding agent, asbestos fiber was added to concrete to make an early form of fiber cement. It’s durable, relatively light, and has useful thermal properties--but if dislodged, the fibers can pose a health hazard. What’s most important is that you do not scour, scrub, or abrade the panels in any way, as this can break some of the fibers free and expose you to them. As long as they’re in good condition, they’re stable.

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