Approximate End Of Use
Note asbestos may still be used in specific installations (eg gaskets where heat is a critical factor), car parts, or asbestos cement(Globe and Mail article).
2006 Heavy Metals
- Paints may contain heavy metals as pigments and/or preservatives.
- A home or business built before Dec 31 1990 requires a hazmat survey prior to renovations, demolition, or repairs.
Late 1980’s Asbestos
- Flooring compounds
- Mastics, coatings and sealants
- Roofing materials
- Asbestos-containing vermiculite
We can identify and remove asbestos containing materials in your home or business.
Mid 1980’s Asbestos
- Vinyl floor tile and sheet flooring
- Drywall taping/joint compound
- Ceiling tiles
- Window putties and caulking
- Sprayed decorative/acoustic
Early 1980’s Asbestos
- Mechanical/pipe insulation
1980 Lead in Paint
- Paints often contain lead, note: exterior paint may still contain lead, well after this date – especially outdoor paints.
Mid 1970’s Asbestos
- Sprayed fireproofing
- Sprayed thermal insulation
Late 1970’s PCB’s
- Fluorescent Ballasts and transformers
Mid 1970’s Lead in Paint
- Lead phased out of architectural paints
1960 Lead in Paint
- Most likely painted inside and outside with (high concentration) lead-based paint.
- This is when asbestos starting being used in homes. Of course any home built before this time may have had asbestos containing materials added if any renovations, additions, or repairs were conducted.
Please note, these are approximate dates only and can not be used to rule out (or assume existence of) hazardous materials existing in a structure. We can provide free information and pricing on asbestos removal.
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