P.A.C.E. Field Services, Inc. is Evansville’s foremost expert on Asbestos Testing and Inspection
A dangerous carcinogen, asbestos is fibrous material that can cause mesothelioma, asbestosis, and lung cancer. Demolition, repair or improper attempts to remove asbestos can release these fibers into the air, where they pose the highest health risk.
That’s why it’s essential to have your home or business in the Tri-State area checked for asbestos by a qualified, licensed, and experienced professional.
P.A.C.E. Field Services, Inc. offers asbestos inspection services. As the largest residential testing company in the Evansville, IN area, we take pride in the fact that our customers can trust the results we give them.
If you are buying an older home, renovating an office building, or demolishing a shopping mall, certain laws and regulations concerning asbestos must be followed. In most cases, inspecting and identifying asbestos is mandatory if a chance of disturbing these materials exists. However, there are certain situations where no regulations exist! An experienced asbestos consultant can be of great value to help you discern these rules.
There are hundreds of building materials that could contain asbestos; including insulation, flooring, mastics, packing, gaskets, roofing, and glues just to name a few. Our job is to identify this for you. Samples are sent to an independent, qualified lab for analysis.
Having all this information at our disposal is crucial in determining what, if any, abatement or repair services need to be conducted in your home or business. If you think an asbestos disturbance has occurred, we can even provide air sampling for airborne asbestos fibers. Our reports are evidence if a problem exists, where the source is, and provides baseline levels to compare to post-abatement levels.
Licensed and Insured
We are licensed in Indiana and Kentucky. If you are in Evansville, Newburgh, Mt. Vernon, Jasper, Vincennes, Princeton, Petersburg, or other surrounding cities give us a call. We also service Henderson, Owensboro, Morganfield, and Madisonville, in Kentucky, and all areas in between.