Asbestos Abatement

Ridgeline has the expertise, the experience and the equipment to protect your staff and environment from the hazards of this dangerous material. Using state-of-the-art equipment, advanced systems, and fully trained and certified workers, we can help you meet your legal, health and safety requirements.


We have the facilities for removal and proper disposal of pipe, duct, boiler and other insulations, sprayed-on fire retardant and sound insulation, floor and ceiling tiles, panel boards, and other asbestos-containing products. All work is performed in full accordance with federal, state and local regulations and is managed to minimize disruption to your operations.


In many cases, containment may provide an equally satisfactory and less costly solution to the dangers of asbestos exposure. Procedures may include encapsulation, coating and/or removal of deteriorating sections only. Procedures and materials meet federal and local standards.


Where no immediate danger is posed, an ongoing Operations & Maintenance (O&M) asbestos management program may provide necessary levels of safety and assurance. The O&M program may include such elements as building surveys, hazard assessment, regular inspection, testing and analysis of materials, air sampling, and contingency removal or containment plans.


Ridgeline replaces removed materials including drywall/wallboard systems, ceiling tile, floor tile, pipe, boiler and duct insulation, paint, and windows, providing a one-contract turnkey operation. Let Ridgeline quote your entire renovation project.

Get more information on asbestos from the Environmental Protection Agency.


Asbestos Removal
Air and Material Sampling
Asbestos Management
Materials Analysis
Hazard Assessment

Residential and Commercial Demolition
Project Design

Project Management
Building Surveys
Materials Replacement

For immediate asbestos inspection and/or removal help contact RIDGELINE at - (254) 466-3368 or (682) 587-9114.

Once hailed as a "miracle" mineral, asbestos has been used since the early 1900s for fireproofing, insulation and sound control. Time, however, has proven asbestos to be a significant health hazard, linked to lung disease and cancer.

DALLAS, TX                                                                    KILLEEN/FORT CAVAZOS, TX                                                         CEDAR HILL, TX