Stamford, Connecticut

P & T Asbestos & Lead

P & T Asbestos & Lead

136 E Hunting Ridge Rd
Stamford, CT 06903
(203) 943-3102
P & T Asbestos & Lead, Asbestos Removal, Services, Stamford, Connecticut

Once thought to be a safe and effective way to insulate and paint homes and buildings, asbestos and lead have become detriments to your health that must be properly removed by professionals. The courageous team at P & T Environmental Contractors in Stamford, CT, work to do just that: remove harmful substances from structures in an effort to protect you and the environment. For over 28 years, they’ve provided services for lead removal, asbestos removal, and mold remediation throughout Fairfield County.

Mold spores can enter the body through breathing, causing respiratory issues, asbestos has cancer-causing properties, and lead is a toxic chemical that can cause poisoning through breathing or ingestion. With over 40 years of combined industry experience, your homes, businesses, schools, and vacant properties are in the best hands available to remove these dangerous substances. With certifications from OSHA and the EPA, their main goal is to execute safe removal practices through proper detection, abatement, and clearance testing.

Your home and buildings are subject to several potential health risks and hazards, which can be controlled with the expert services from P & T Environmental Contractors. Their services include sandblasting, interior demolition, mold remediation, fire & water damage restoration, asbestos removal, lead abatement and the removal of other hazardous wastes like mercury and contaminated soil.

Whether you live in an older home and want to have it tested for potentially hazardous materials or you’re the superintendent of a school looking for asbestos removal during a construction project, P & T Environmental Contractors is the environmental protection team you need. Call them today at (203) 943-3102 and visit them online for more information.

Announcements & Events from P & T Asbestos & Lead
Do's & Don'ts of Discovering Asbestos in Your Home, Stamford, Connecticut
Older homes, particularly those built between 1950 and 1970, may have asbestos embedded in its insulation. Since exposure to this substance can result in respiratory issues...read more
4 Do’s & Don’ts of Asbestos Removal, Stamford, Connecticut
If your home or office tested positive after asbestos testing, you must schedule asbestos removal immediately. Since this process is extensive—and can be dangerous for...read more
Recognizing the Effects of Asbestos Exposure, Stamford, Connecticut
Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that was used as insulation between the 1930s and 1950s. The industry soon recognized the negative impact that had on homeowners’ healt...read more
5 Top Signs Mold Growth Is Making You Sick, Stamford, Connecticut
Mold isn’t just an eyesore around your home or office—it can also impact your health. Some people think that mold is only harmful to those with allergies or asthma, but there ar...read more
3 Ways Your Child Can Be Exposed to Asbestos , Stamford, Connecticut
Asbestos is a hazardous material that was once commonly used in construction. Breathing in its fibers can lead to deadly diseases such as mesothelioma, a rare and deadly cancer. Whil...read more
Mold can grow unnoticed in your home for months, and it’s not until the side effects develop that you may notice. Remediation can require extensive construction depending on where th...read more
Even if you’re not enthusiastic about cleaning your home, the sight of mold can make anyone reach for a sponge and bleach. However, not all strains are equal, and not all of them wil...read more
Mold spores and asbestos from old paint jobs can hide in even the most health-conscious homes. Fortunately, sandblasting services can clean your home’s surfaces as an effective means...read more
When you’ve found a house you consider a home, it can be incredibly unsettling to discover that everything is not safe and sound. According to P & T Asbestos & Lead ...read more
After a fire has damaged your home, restoring it to a livable condition takes a lot of work. Many homeowners in this situation attempt to save money by performing cleanup and mold co...read more
You know when you spot fungus in the house, it’s crucial to call a mold removal expert right away to avoid any associated health issues. But did you know there are some types more co...read more
Most homeowners know that mold control is a vital aspect of keeping their home safe, but very few have an idea of the physical toll it can take if it is not detected early on. Withou...read more
Although the United States federal government banned the use of lead-based paint in 1978, any buildings constructed before that time might still contain the poisonous substance. If y...read more
Before investing in an older home, it’s important to perform a thorough inspection to ensure it’s safe for you and your family. This includes having a trained professional check for ...read more
Asbestos removal is a critical component of today’s construction industry. But it’s important to understand what it is and its effects so you can effectively handle it. Below is an o...read more
If your home has mold, it’s important to hire mold remediation services right away. But if you can’t see the mold, how are you supposed to know it’s there? Thankfully, it’s possible ...read more