Our licensed professionals specialize in removing and disposing of asbestos from residences to commercial and retail properties.


Due to its insulation properties and heat resistance, asbestos was a home staple, particularly in much older houses. But it was only in the 80s that the government phased out asbestos due to the risks involved.

The Environmental Protection Agency has warned about the dangers of asbestos, particularly on prolonged exposure. In addition, asbestos exposure has been tied to lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis.

Asbestos can be commonly found in:

  • Roof shingles
  • Roof sidings
  • Ceiling and wall insulations
  • Popcorn ceilings
  • Cement sheets
  • Drywalls
  • Caulking and plasters
  • Switchboard panels
  • Pipe coverings
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Fireplace insulations
  • Vinyl floor tiles

Unfortunately, medical experts have yet to learn how long the exposure must be to endanger your health. Therefore, we recommend you call us immediately if you suspect asbestos in your building.

Our Services

We provide a complete host of services covering asbestos removal, disposal, and disinfection.


It's not easy to spot asbestos because the mineral is already mixed with other substances or construction materials. That's why you call in our experts because we know what to look out for.


We isolate and remove the asbestos, so it would no longer pose any danger to the inhabitants. The first step after confirming the problem is to cordon off the contaminated zone. One way to do this is by blanketing the material with polyethylene sheets and securing them with loads of tape. Our employees will then stuff them into polyethylene bags for proper disposal. If necessary, we will clean the remaining surface with a HEPA vacuum to trap 99.97 of the airborne particulates.


As the name suggests, this requires tearing down the building or part of the structure in a controlled fashion to ensure the safety of everyone. It's a highly regulated activity and must be done by licensed professionals to prevent disturbing asbestos-containing material (ACM).


After extracting the contaminated material, our skilled professionals will clean and disinfect the area to reduce the danger. We may also recommend testing if necessary to determine the scope of the problem. Remediation can include an abatement program, depending on our evaluation.

Hiring an asbestos removal company is a wise investment rather than doing it yourself

Of course, you cannot quantify it in monetary terms, but your decision to hire a professional will yield returns in terms of safety and health.

If you contact us today, we will schedule an onsite inspection so we can recommend the best course of action for your unique situation while keeping your budget in mind.

Interior house attic

Why Seattle Asbestos of WA?

Family owned

We are a family-owned business, so you might think we are too small to handle the problem, but we have expanded exponentially over the last five years.


We've worked with many homes, retail shops, commercial buildings, and offices in key cities in the state.


We don't do anything else other than deal with asbestos. It's our life's work. So, all our resources and efforts improve our craft and guarantee that our clients get the best service possible.

Local business

More than anything else, this is our home. Ultimately, we feel responsible for giving back to our community and ensuring everyone is safe from asbestos poisoning.

A few examples of our asbestos removal work

Client Testimonials

We just had our building abated, ready for repiping. This company did a great job with the project. Very professional in all areas. On time & did an excellent job with cleanup as well. Corey & Tina were very professional in their work and in person. I would recommend this company.
I received several bids to remove popcorn ceiling with asbestos from my home and am glad I went with Seattle Asbestos of Washington. Kimberly was extremely communicative and their team did a very good job cleaning up after themselves once they removed the material. I had to follow up with them a week later since I noticed some questionable residue and Kimberly did not hesitate to bring someone the next day to check it out. I definitely would use their services again if I encountered asbestos in the future.
Just had our asbestos vinyl tile removed by Seattle Asbestos of WA. Kimberly was fantastic at communicating throughout the process. The crew was very professional and left the room spotless. Couldn't be happier with these guys!

FAQs About Asbestos Removal

We factor in several factors to determine the cost. Among the things we consider are the following:

  • Your location
  • The scope of work
  • The number of licensed professionals we have to deploy to complete the task
  • The equipment and tools we must use
  • The condition of the building
  • The location of the ACM within the home or building

It’s better to call our number and for us to give a ballpark figure. However, it’s important to note the initial quote is only an estimate. The prices could change depending on the actual situation on site.

Unfortunately, it isn’t easy to identify asbestos since it is typically mixed with other construction materials. People may be more familiar with the asbestos in popcorn ceilings, a standard design in old houses and commercial buildings. Other than that, you need experts with the expertise and sophisticated tools. Sometimes, we have to test the samples to confirm the presence of asbestos on your property.

You do not need to leave the area, primarily if the asbestos is contained in a specific site. Our licensed experts follow rigorous procedures to avoid disturbing the asbestos and dispersing it outside the quarantined area. Once the project starts, only our contractors, who are fully geared up in hazmat suits and respirators, can enter the contaminated zone. We have a decontamination area between the confined room and the rest of the building. The workers also use a negative air machine and HEPA vacuum to capture all asbestos particulates for everyone’s protection.

We use polyethylene bags that are specially designed to store asbestos safely. Before taking the polyethylene out of the confined area, we will wash and process them before stuffing them into secondary bags. The plastic is correctly labelled according to OSHA safety standards. Finally, we will secure them in secured dumpsters before transporting them to our partner landfills which accommodate asbestos waste.

We are a family-owned business in Washington State. Aside from the major counties, we also have clients from all over, including in the following cities: Arlington, Bellevue, Bothell, Brier, Darrington, Edmonds, Everett, Federal Way, Gold Bar, Granite Falls, Lake Stevens, Lynnwood, Marysville, Mill Creek, Monroe, Mountlake Terrace, Mount Vernon, Mukilteo, Oso, Seattle, Snohomish, Stanwood, Sultan, Tacoma and Woodway, Washington.

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