Why is Asbestos Removal Important?

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No matter if you are planning a renovation or you want to check your home for improving your family’s health, it is a good idea to test your home for asbestos. Up until the 1970s, asbestos was a building material used to stop fires. Unfortunately, asbestos has many negative impacts on people’s health. Proper asbestos removal and cleanup from experienced professionals will improve your home’s safety. Keep reading to learn more about the reasons why asbestos removal is important for your home.

Asbestos is in Many Places

One of the continuing scary aspects of asbestos is how prevalent it is. A study suggests that up to 30 million buildings have a large amount of asbestos. If your property may have asbestos contamination, make sure to get it checked out as soon as you can.

Asbestos Hurts You

Asbestos is terrible for your health. The fibers get into the air where people and pets can breathe them. Breathing asbestos fibers can cause fatal issues, including asbestosis, mesothelioma, and lung cancer. The worst part of these conditions is that some don’t show up right away, but linger in your system and then present months, sometimes years later. Asbestos kills around 5000 workers working in old buildings. When experienced contractors work in homes and buildings to remediate asbestos, they can minimize the problems to workers and the homeowners.

Required Asbestos Removal

The law requires the removal of asbestos in some situations. Renovating older buildings or tearing down a building usually requires an asbestos inspection. Depending on how the inspection goes, there may be additional steps to the building or demolition process. In this case, you or your contractor will need to clean the contaminated area or areas first, then go back to your original project.

Call in the Pros for Your Asbestos Cleanup

Partnering with a professional building crew will give you the best chances of keeping your family and guests safe from asbestos poisoning at your home. The team at Emergency Response Services has experience handling many dangerous materials, including asbestos, and can solve your problem.

Give us a call today at (877) 562-3663 to schedule an inspection for your building.

ERSI Sponsors The Eastern  Michigan Better Business Bureau Holiday Mixer

On November 30, 2022, ERSI was honorer to sponsor The Eastern  Michigan Better Business Bureau Holiday Mixer.  The event was held at the very beautiful newly renovated building that houses the Eastern Michigan Better Business Bureau at 20300 W. 12 mile in Southfield. What a way to kick off the holidays with a spectacular party! With plenty of great food and drinks, more than 50 local business owners were in attendance along with the Incredible staff from The Eastern Michigan Better Business Bureau. Here at ERSI, we are proud to be a active member, sponsor and to have an A+

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ERSI Participates in Benton Harbor Alley Clean Up

During the summer of 2022, ERSI participated in the Benton Harbor Alley Clean Up. During this process, over 14 miles of alleyways were cleaned. Our team assisted in removing and recycling hundreds of tires, removing over 5 tons of trash inclusive of furniture, building materials, general debris, and more. Once cleared, our team helped in mowing these areas and trimming overgrown brush, as well of removing tree stumps.

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ERSI Provided Free Food Delivery to Local Families

From February thru May 2021, ERSI proudly delivered 11,676 boxes of food to affordable housing apartments and senior centers. During this time, over 175 tons of food were distributed to 27 different locations and communities. The areas served included Detroit, Flint, and Benton Harbor. The fresh food was unloaded and delivered door-to-door by our team who provided help to 1,296 families.

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6 Fire Hazards Around the Home

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reported 481,500 fires in 2019, causing $12.3 billion in property damage. These potentially deadly events have devastating effects on your home, possessions, and health. To avoid such a situation, Emergency Response Services, Inc. is sharing six fire hazards that are lurking around your house.  Evaluating the Common Causes of Home Fires  Use these tips to identify all possible fire hazards and prevent a major disaster.   1. Kitchen and Cooking Fires  Even the most seasoned chefs know that a dish can take a turn for the worst in an instant. Never leave your oven, stove, or other cooking appliance

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Flood Recovery 101: How to Mitigate the Hazards

A flood is a temporary overflow of water that generally covers dry land. These disastrous events are the result of either natural or human causes. Heavy rainfall, clogged drains, hurricanes, broken dams, urbanization, burst pipes and supply lines, and other sources frequently cause severe flooding. Water has devastating effects on your property, and nearly always requires professional assistance from a certified flood damage cleanup and restoration team.   Fortunately, when you find yourself in these situations, ERSI can help. As an experienced disaster restoration company, we have seen it all. That’s why we are sharing helpful information about flooding and what

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Preventing Ice Dams to Protect Your Property

Winter in Michigan is no laughing matter! This season, more than ever before, insurance agents are reporting issues from ice damming. If you’ve yet to experience this problem, now is the time to take action to prevent ice dams and the need for water damage restoration services.  What is an Ice Dam? An ice dam is a winter phenomenon. These most often appear as a thick ridge of ice that freezes along the eaves of sloped roofs on heated structures as a result of snow melting and solidifying as ice.  What Causes Ice Dams? Several factors combine to cause ice dams. These include heat

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