All Clear Asbestos and Mold Testing LLC
Serving the greater Puget Sound area
About All Clear
Current federal regulations* require that all suspect asbestos containing materials must be presumed asbestos containing or sampled and proven negative prior to disturbance.
This must be done by a certified AHERA inspector, licensed through the E.P.A.
With over 17 years experience performing asbestos testing and project management in the abatement industry, we have the experience to handle your project professionally and expediently. We provide the full range of asbestos good faith surveys, specific asbestos material bulk sampling, lead testing and mold sampling. We can perform full building asbestos surveys, remodel specific surveys as well as sampling for specific materials.
* National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutions, NESHAPS, CRF 40, PART; 61, SUBPART M (REVISED SUBPART B)
All Clear Asbestos & Mold Testing is designed to allow contractors/home owners the ability to remodel or demolish a structure legally.
You can count on All Clear Asbestos and Mold Testing LLC to not only meet, but exceed all your needs and requests. Learn more about the services we provide below, and let us know if you’d like more information about a specific offering.
A Good Faith Asbestos Survey must be performed on any building scheduled for demolition or major remodeling regardless of the age of the building.
Limited Good Faith Asbestos Survey
A Limited Good Faith Asbestos Survey must be performed prior to a renovation that does not affect the entire building. We can work with you to only sample and report on the suspect materials that will be affected in the remodel.
Asbestos Bulk Sampling can be performed when you are only disturbing one material such as popcorn ceilings or flooring. If more than one suspect building material is being disturbed during your project, we must perform the Limited Asbestos Survey.
Taking on one inch square piece of paint and have it analyzed for the presence of paint. Lead paint has been banned from household paints in the United States since 1978, so lead paint sampling is not needed in homes newer than 1978.
Take a tape lift sample to determine the presence and type of mold on a building surface. We can also run air monitoring in specific area to determine the presence of mold spores in the air.
TCLP Sample for
Lead Paint Disposal
Taking a representative sample of the waste stream from a demolition project to determine the leachability of the paint. A material fails the TCLP when there is greater than 5.0 parts per million (ppm) of lead in the leachate. If under 5.0 ppm the debris can be disposed of as general debris.
Meet the Owner
Charlie has spent the last 17 years working for a highly respected asbestos abatement (removal) contractor located in the Puget Sound area. He is a certified AHERA inspector licensed through the EPA and has performed thousands of surveys during his career. He also worked as a project manager for asbestos, mold and lead abatement projects over the last 17 years so he can help you understand the abatement project and guide you through the process.
Charlie is a father of 4, grandfather of 4, and currently resides in Orting with his lovely wife, Laureen, their two dogs (Fletcher and Polly), and six chickens. In his spare time, he enjoys home construction projects and rooting for the Seahawks.