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Hazardous Materials and Your Home – The Dangers

2021-01-26T00:20:04+00:00January 25th, 2021|Hazardous Materials Info|

When it comes to hazardous materials, it is hard to know what is considered a danger to you and your home. Hazardous materials can be a variety of things, including sewage and mold. Below, we will discuss common hazardous materials so that you know when it is time to call a professional like Colorado Hazardous [...]

Is Asbestos In Roofing Hazardous?

2021-01-13T21:06:48+00:00January 13th, 2021|Asbestos Information, Household Tips|

Roofing, along with insulation, is one of the more common places we find asbestos, but is asbestos exposure a concern when it is on the exterior of your home? The easy answer is yes. Asbestos exposure can happen inside your home, as well as outside. Asbestos becomes friable and dangerous when it is broken or [...]

Asbestos Removal During The Winter Months

2021-01-13T19:48:38+00:00December 20th, 2020|Asbestos Information|

Winter weather can be brutal, but it doesn’t mean work stops! Asbestos removal is completed at all times of the year. If your property contains asbestos, especially friable asbestos, it must be removed as soon as possible. That means even during the winter months. Asbestos is a very hazardous material. It is unlawful to remove [...]

Winter Water Damages Could Lead to Mold

2021-01-13T18:58:25+00:00December 5th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips|

Winter weather is always harsh, but water damages are expected during the winter months. From frozen pipes to ice dams, water disasters can cause significant damages to your property. The first line of defense against water damages is to be prepared. Below, Colorado Hazardous Environmental will discuss Winter water damages and how to prevent them [...]

Lead Poisoning – What Is It?

2021-01-12T23:09:40+00:00November 18th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info|

Lead poisoning shouldn’t be a problem, right? Wrong! Lead poisoning is still happening in homes throughout the United States. You may ask how that is possible since lead paint has been illegal for decades. Lead paint is no longer used in the United States. However, lead paint was not removed from older homes where it [...]

Asbestos Removal and Your Commercial Property

2020-11-17T19:24:38+00:00November 6th, 2020|Asbestos Information, Hazardous Materials Info|

Asbestos removal is at an all-time high, especially for commercial properties. Most older buildings contain asbestos, and as they are being remodeled, the asbestos-containing materials must be removed by a certified asbestos removal company such as Colorado Hazardous Environmental. Asbestos is a very hazardous material that is linked to many different illnesses, some that are [...]

Is Your Property The Victim Of A Crime Scene? Call A Hazardous Materials Professional!

2020-11-17T00:36:12+00:00October 22nd, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips, Service Info|

Crime scenes occur more regularly than we would all like to admit, but when they do occur at our homes or businesses, it becomes even more real. What do you do now that your property was the victim of a crime scene? Do you clean it up? Do you just move on as nothing happened? [...]

Hazardous Materials And Your Commercial Property – What Should You Do?

2020-11-17T00:28:06+00:00October 6th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info|

Hazardous materials can often be found on commercial properties. These hazardous materials should be removed as soon as possible, as they can be a threat to the health of you, your employees, and your clients. Below, Colorado Hazardous Environmental will discuss a few types of hazardous materials usually found in commercial properties. Mold Mold is [...]

Rodent Removal and Prevention

2020-11-05T18:49:05+00:00September 19th, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info|

Cooler weather is the number one culprit for rodents in your home. As the weather gets colder, rodents will begin looking for a warm and dry place for their family. The most common areas will be your home's attic, basement, or garage. Rodents can easily fit into small cracks, making it easy for them to [...]

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