Hoarding – When To Call A Professional Hazardous Materials Removal Company

2021-11-05T16:19:41+00:00November 5th, 2021|Biohazards, Household Tips, Service Info|

Hoarding situations can spiral quickly out of hand, causing an unhealthy living environment and one with many hazards. Hoarding stems from an obsessive-compulsive disorder that causes people to stockpile items and form an emotional attachment, leading to never throwing any items away. Most hoarders live in these horrid conditions for years until the family steps [...]

Should I Be Concerned With Lead Paint?

2021-11-02T22:49:37+00:00October 15th, 2021|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips|

Lead paint shouldn’t be of concern, as it is not used anymore in paint. However, lead paint is still a problem that we are seeing throughout the United States. Both commercial and residential properties contain lead paint. While lead paint is not of major concern to a healthy adult, it can be concerning for others. [...]

Exterior and Interior Home Checks To Prevent Rodents In Your Home!

2021-10-06T20:58:35+00:00August 6th, 2021|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips|

Fall will soon be ushering in the cooler weather. With the cooler weather comes holidays, which is exciting, but it can also bring in unwanted rodents. Rodents are a problem as the weather gets colder. They need a warm place to sleep, breed, and eat. Your cozy home is the perfect place for them, as [...]

Asbestos Roof Removal

2021-08-26T23:04:48+00:00June 24th, 2021|Asbestos Information, Household Tips|

Roofing seems like the last place you would look for asbestos, but it was one of the more common materials that contained asbestos fibers. Roofing is meant to be strong and heat resistant, which made asbestos the perfect candidate. Asbestos roofing looks just like regular shingles, so it is hard to know if you have [...]

HVAC Systems Can Lead To Mold Growth

2021-07-23T20:35:11+00:00May 19th, 2021|Household Tips, Mold Information|

Mold growth is a common occurrence in households across the United States. From poor ventilation to water damages, the reasons for mold growth are endless. At Colorado Hazardous Environmental, we want to educate you on mold growth and what could cause it to happen in your home. Below we will discuss a single system that [...]

Winter Weather Can Cause Mold Growth

2021-02-12T20:19:46+00:00February 12th, 2021|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips|

Mold growth is caused when water damages sit too long. Water damages are the number one cause of mold growth, but mold can happen for other reasons, such as poor ventilation and humidity instability. If you have mold stains, you already have mold growth inside your home. You should call a professional such as Colorado [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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? [...]

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