Asbestos Removal in Washington State

F.S. and GS. Services, Inc., in business since 1988, is licensed with Labor and Industries through the State of Washington for Asbestos Removal. F.S and GS. Services, Inc. has the experience, training, and equipment to protect you and the environment from the hazards of all asbestos materials. We have state of the art equipment, advanced protocols, and fully qualified technicians trained through EPA certified courses, including our certified building inspectors. This ensures that all legal, health, and safety requirements are met.
F.S. and GS. Services, Inc. has substantial experience in asbestos removal, ranging from small residential jobs to large scale public and commercial abatement projects. We have successfully completed projects in a variety of facilities, including, private, residential, commercial, schools, health-care, Federal and State Government.
It is particularly important to us to keep the safety and health of all involved our highest priority. We have the manpower and facilities to handle all asbestos demolition, removal and proper disposal of materials containing asbestos under the guidelines of OSHA, DOSH, and EPA regulations. Asbestos removal projects are highly regulated and require thorough documentation. Therefore, we provide each client with a closeout packet upon completion of the project.
F.S. and GS. Services, Inc. offers prompt and professional Asbestos Abatement
Asbestos removal - Asbestos in Puyallup, WA

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a mineral-based insulation material that was used due to its fire, heat, and chemical-resistant nature. Asbestos is fibrous and, as it breaks down and is released into the air over time, these fibers can be inhaled or ingested and have been linked to serious and often fatal medical conditions including lung cancer and mesothelioma. Asbestos was used in:
  • Wall and attic insulation
  • Tiles
  • Shingles and siding
  • Car brakes
  • Water pipe insulation
In addition to moving quickly to remove asbestos from your older home or business, you should contact your doctor as quickly as possible if you believe that you're experiencing trouble breathing and have been in contact or proximity to asbestos over a period of time.