Due to a recent leak in my home, I had the pleasure of working with Ryan from Alliance Environmental on removing asbestos. Ryan was very communicative with coordinating the timeline with me. The work area was nicely set up and isolated so I felt safe being in close proximity. Removal of the setup was very clean and no waste was left behind. I'm very happy with Alliance Environmental's professionalism and work quality, I'd recommend them to anyone!
PRO 5 (Asbestos Total Loss Inventory)
When a commercial or residential building containing asbestos is damaged (due to a natural disaster, tree fall, vehicle collision, fire and flood, etc.), disturbed airborne asbestos creates a hazardous environment.Learn More
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Alliance did asbestos remediation for us due to a roof leak that caused interior damage. They were referred to us by ServPro. They were punctual, polite, and thorough. They took care of all follow up appointment scheduling, communicated well, and left everything clean. We were very pleased with their services.
Friendly and knowledgeable people who always answered the phone and our questions. We had asbestos removed from the ceiling and walls. Once work started, they finished fast and efficiently, taking care of our home.
Used Alliance Environmental for asbestos abatement following a house fire. Easy to work with. Good communication throughout. Arrived when scheduled. Provided updates and next steps throughout the process. Highly recommend.
A Guide to Safe and Lawful Asbestos Removal
A quick rundown on the asbestos abatement process as well as the required equipment needed to complete the job safely and within the law. Learn where asbestos can be found in your properties and when it becomes necessary to remove it.
The Problem. The Calvary Episcopal Church in downtown Santa Cruz, CA was built in 1865, the same year the Civil War ended. It’s been open to worshipers ever since, and is now the oldest building in Santa Cruz County still being used for its original purpose. However, occupying a historic building...