Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral commonly found in building materials that is hazardous to human health when it becomes airborne. For years, asbestos was used in building materials. Although their manufacture has been banned in the United States, the use of imported materials from non-regulated countries has resulted in the discovery of asbestos in new homes. In recent years it’s been discovered in drywall mud, joint compound and tape used in the building of new homes in the United States.
You cannot tell if there is asbestos in a material by looking at it. The only way to know for sure is to have a certified inspector collect samples and have them analyzed at an accredited lab.
While asbestos is usually not harmful in an undisturbed state, there are serious health risks if it is disturbed. That’s why you need to turn to an accredited professional – Accu Clean Environmental Solutions – to deal with asbestos in a responsible, safe manner when you suffer a water damage loss.
Insurance companies we have relationships with..
Accu Clean Environmental Solutions has established a relationship with many insurance carriers, including those shown below. We will create a detailed invoice using Xactimate pricing, which is accepted industry-wide by carriers and adjusters. We will make sure your claim is represented accurately so you can get your home or business back to its pre-loss condition as soon as possible.
We may be able to assist you in meeting your deductible. Call us now for more details. (602) 214-4204
If you don’t have insurance..
If you don’t have insurance, or are not covered for a water loss, we will work with you on creating a specialized solution and do what we can to help. In addition to our ability to direct-bill an insurance company, we also accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and checks.
Billing and Reporting Using Xactware
We price all of our invoices using Xactimate software, the number one estimating solution for the insurance repair industry. This pricing software has been developed in conjunction with major insurance carriers across the United States, and is approved, and recommended by most homeowners insurance carriers. At the customers request, we can forward all supporting documentation, including pictures, moisture level readings and a diagram of the damaged areas to the insurance adjuster.