Please take notice:  In these days of Covid-19 we are going forward and are currently "on schedule" with our projects.  Focusing on CDC guidelines is our mandate for the foreseeable future and we will take every necessary precaution using the proper PPE to keep you and your loved ones safe.  We always wear a mask (without an exhalation valve) to protect our customers during our visit to your home.  We consider your home to be "our home" and will act accordingly to protect others as we would protect ourselves.  Currently, we do not use "temporary" workers on our jobsites. This provides our customers with control over who enters their family's living space.   We discuss each project, as a team, prior to our arrival and tailor our remediation processes for each unique situation.   We are mindful that in situations with "no heat" our elderly customers have heightened concerns about their Covid 19 safety so we will make every attempt to service your needs this winter.   If you need emergency service due to no heat please see the instructions under the menu option above titled: "Asbestos Waiver Number" 


If a "Ball-Park" estimate is needed, we recommend sending photos and videos of the areas you need assessed (videos are great).  We are highly specialized in what we do & we know the housing stock in the Greater Boston Area better than most.   Providing us an address and an overview is helpful for allowing us to better assist you.   If a "face-time" style meeting is desired, please email us with that request.  We are highly tech savvy and are willing to participate in making this an easy process for everyone.


We visit most homes prior to scheduling a project so when we arrive, we respectfully request that all members within the dwelling wear a mask throughout the entire process.   

About our Services

Vermiculite Removal: 

We treat all vermiculite of unknown origin as an

asbestos containing material regardless of testing results. 

We have been studying this issue closely for years and have spent

considerable capital on in house testing to conclude,

without a doubt, that this is the safest direction to take. 

This is a serious issue. 

Basically, industry took a dormant rock, just sitting in a mountain,

ground it up, put it in bags so we could spread it in millions of attics...

not thinking that it could be harmful to our lungs.


Here is a microscopic view of a single piece of vermiculite.

Each piece of vermiculite has thousands of layers where toxic

Libby Amphibole Asbestos (LAA) fibers and other types

of asbestos fibers were "geologically" lodged for millions

of years.  According to the EPA testing each layer for

a percentage of Asbestos Content is just not practical

or even possible with current testing methodologies.  









Our Vermiculite Removal Process: 

Bulk Extraction System Technology (BEST)

This innovative & adaptable system has proven

to be the most effective way to remove vermiculite

and all associated insulation types from residential attics.

We can remove Vermiculite mixed with cellulose,

mineral wool, calcium silicate, loose blown fiberglass...etc.

safely and efficiently. The Boston housing market presents

a housing stock started over 400 years ago...Capes, Ranches,

Victorians, Tudors, Mansards...etc... we handle them all

no matter what the time of year, or the level of difficulty. 

For more details check out our  website    


Asbestos Removal from Boilers, Pipes, Furnaces & Ducts:  

Due to the many different styles of heating systems in the Greater Boston Area having extensive experience is very important. We have this experience and understand the safety and potential hazards when dealing with fire generating systems in our customers homes & businesses. Yours, and your family’s well being is of our utmost concern.

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Asbestos Containing Flooring Materials:

Whether it’s linoleum or vinyl tile flooring we are experienced in removing both.  Kitchens, bathrooms & basements have been our specialty for decades. 

Complex Asbestos Abatement Project Planning:  

We have gained a vast amount of experience by successfully completed over 16,000 abatement projects in the complex & challenging housing market of Greater Boston.  Having a deep understanding of our customers needs has been central to our organization and we strive to make working together a wonderful experience... well, as wonderful as removing a hazardous substance can possibly be!   This experience is what gives our company the edge over our competition and provides you with the peace of mind that your project will be handled professionally and competently.   If you have a real tough situation, just give Sam a call. 

If he can't help you, then he will find someone who can. 

We are “Internet Ready” to serve your needs:

We understand the fast paced world our customers deal with every day and make every attempt to clarify the rather complex asbestos abatement process here in Massachusetts.  We make every reasonable attempt to communicate and inform our customers throughout the entire abatement process.  

We Accept Major Credit Cards:

Doing business with a trusted and established company is important when considering transactions being done in a secure manner. Securing the identity of our customers is of utmost concern to our management team.  We offer an online payment system using a trusted server network to protect your identity. 

Follow Up Status:

When we complete a project, we don't just "disappear" off the map.  We are an established 

company that will be there to assist you for years to come.  We are proud to have served many wonderful customers through multiple generations of home buying...some customers have used our services in over 4 different homes as they made their way up and down the home buying cycle.   

Asbestos Siding :

We made a decision years ago to focus our efforts on the interior of dwellings.  We will remove asbestos siding on a very limited basis and will bid on projects where siding has been pre-packaged by homeowners for disposal.  For information on how to remove siding on your own or as a contractor please refer to the instructions on the MA DEP’s website or this helpful  FAQ                          

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