At Abatement Unlimited, Inc., we handle asbestos abatement safely, professionally, and quickly. Our trained, certified, and experienced management and staff are dedicated to providing cost-effective solutions to complex asbestos abatement projects. Safety comes before our bottom line. This allows our customers to receive competitive pricing without sacrificing superior service.
Asbestos Abatement Contractor License
Lead Abatement Contractor License
OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Certification
Mold Remediation Contractor License
Healthcare Construction & Infection Control Certificate
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Lead abatement is the process of removing lead paint hazards in a safe and effective way. If not done correctly, it is an extremely dangerous process. Allow our fully EPA licensed staff to facilitate a complete solution to all aspects of your lead abatement issue.
Mold is a serious matter that should never be overlooked. Indoor mold can adversely affect a person's health and ultimately lead to an array of health issues. Our Abatement Unlimited Inc. experts have been helping people breathe easier for nearly two decades. We strive to provide supreme service to our clients and our superior mold remediation methods ensure that any issues your property is facing will be provided with a permanent solution.
BIOREMEDIATION, BIOHAZARD CLEANUP, & DECONTAMINATION CLEANING
Working in the precise business of New York bioremediation and biohazard cleanup for about twenty years, we've helped numerous families, businesses and communities restore their buildings to a healthy and safe environment. We are properly trained and certified to fully remove any and all hazardous materials that pose a serious threat to your health. We also offer decontamination and deep cleaning services to eliminate all fungi, bacteria, viruses and spores from your building using state of the art equipment and industry-leading disinfectants registered with the EPA, CDC, and DOH.