Tampa

Best-Tec Asbestos Abatement, Inc. serves customers across the state, including in the Tampa area, helping customers along both coasts and areas in between solve their problems with asbestos, mold and lead. Best-Tec provides top-of-the-line remediation and abatement services to customers in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Bradenton and elsewhere along the Gulf coast. Call us at (561) 644-5884 for any of your asbestos abatement tampa needs.

Exposure to asbestos in any setting can lead to devastating health impacts for people. Asbestos exposure in Tampa and neighboring cities most often occurs during renovations of older buildings, houses and other structures. Schools, churches, office buildings, apartment buildings, condominiums and other structures should get tested for asbestos before undergoing demolitions or renovations to limit the potential for asbestos contamination and asbestos exposure. Exposure to naturally-occurring asbestos can also potentially sicken people. Asbestos exposure can result in numerous respiratory diseases, as people who inhale asbestos fibers often damage their lungs. Inhalation or ingestion of asbestos fibers can also lead to the development of forms of cancer, including mesothelioma and lung cancer.

Best-Tec also helps customers and residents across the state deal with mold, which can affect people’s health and quality of life statewide. The company provides mold testing and mold remediation services in Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Miami, Boca Raton and numerous other cities and towns across the Sunshine State. This privately-owned, licensed and insured company performs professional mold removal tampa work at universities, military bases, condominiums, medical facilities, universities, schools, hotels, shopping centers, theme parks, museums and other locations. Exposure to mold can cause respiratory problems, along with headaches, rashes, eye irritation, asthma attacks and other symptoms. Best-Tec helps customers eliminate mold growths under sinks, under flooring, in attics, inside walls and in other spaces in structures in Tampa and across the state.