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The size of the property: Greater property sizes usually mean a wider variety of materials to be tested. As with an air quality test, several different samples must be taken and analyzed, which increases the cost.
Location: Depending on the company you hire, travel to remote locations may incur higher costs.
Condition of the property: Depending on whether or not access to areas on the property is difficult or easy will aslo influence the price of inspection.
Further Testing: If your property undergoes abatement, you will need to do follow-up testing to ensure the property is within compliance. This post-inspection can run between $200 and $400 dollars, once again, depending on the size.
The only way to be sure whether a material contains asbestos is to have it tested by a qualified laboratory. EPA only recommends testing suspect materials if they are damaged (fraying, crumbling) or if you are planning a renovation that would disturb the suspect material. Samples should be taken by a properly trained and accredited asbestos professional (inspector).
Call Apex Environmental Consultants at 725.221.5286 to speak with one of our friendly client representatives today to discuss which testing will be right for you.
Call Apex Environmental Consultants at 725.221.5286 to speak with one of our properly trained and accredited client representatives today to discuss which testing will be right for you.
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