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FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — A local veteran-owned business is taking action to help fellow veterans after the roof of a VFW Post collapsed in July. After about a week of demolition, Central Valley Environmental (CVE) is finishing the clean-up efforts at
You’re considering a lead paint removal project to make your home safer for your family. Finding the right contractor is essential, and you should take some important steps to ensure that you get quality service from experienced professionals. Researching contractors online can be helpful, but it’s also wise to ask friends or acquaintances who recently had similar projects done for referrals.
Are you worried that your popcorn ceiling could contain asbestos? If so, it’s essential to identify if it has any hazardous fibers. Even though most ceilings from 1930 to 1980 had high levels of asbestos, modern ones have significantly lower
Occupying a commercial building with asbestos present can be dangerous. To ensure the safety of all occupants, it’s important to identify possible risks and take steps to improve air quality in the building. Asbestos abatement companies offer services that help
Central Valley Environmental Earns 2022 Angi Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistent level of customer service Central Valley Environmental (CVE) is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angi Super Service Award (SSA). This
We encounter different minerals in everyday life. However, it becomes a problem when we get exposed to them in smaller quantities because there’s the chance that they can enter our bodies and cause adverse effects. One good example of a mineral that does this is asbestos. Asbestos is used to strengthen and fireproof building and construction materials. When inhaled, it can cause serious illnesses such as asbestosis and lung cancer. Since it’s a mineral that most people rarely observe, chances are you might have been exposed to asbestos before without knowing. In this article, we list just 5 ways you can be unknowingly exposed to asbestos.