The safety precautions and techniques used by the LVD mold and asbestos abatement experts. Our asbestos removal specialists control toxic fibers releasing into the air in buildings and structures by encapsulation and encasement.



Las Vegas Demolition, LLC.® and Environmental Services follows all OSHA and EPA procedures and protocols for controlling fiber release from asbestos containing material in buildings and structures by encapsulation and encasement. Asbestos abatement shall be performed as outlined in our standard operating procedures while referencing applicable federal, state, and local regulations. The references include but not limited to the following:

So why is asbestos abatement so vitally important? If damaged asbestos-containing materials are not properly removed by an asbestos abatement company, they can endanger your life and the lives of others who come into contact with asbestos dust, fibers or raw asbestos materials.

In order to ensure proper abatement which is essentially controlling the fibers releasing from the asbestos containing material in buildings, we encapsulate and encase the affected area(s)

Fast Facts About Asbestos

LVD is a locally owned, trustworthy business with 25+ years of experience in all facets of demolishiment and cleanups of the largest buldings and structures. This includes following all safety protocols for the most environmentally conscious removal of toxic related materials. More specifically, we handle asbestos abatement, water damage restoration, mold removal and lead removal in Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. Our full-time technicians are available 24/7 for emergency response situations. All LVD technicians are fully licensed, certified and undergo extensive background checks for your safety and satisfaction.

If you are looking for peace of mind or to safeguard the health of people whom you have responsibility for, then you should be calling our safe asbestos abatement and removal team today. Our work ranges from some of the largest and most iconic Las Vegas casinos, hotels, parking garages as well as 10+ story structures, apartment complexes, government facilities and many more.

Asbestos’ History

Many buildings contain asbestos, which was used in spray-applied flame retardant, thermal system insulation, and in a variety of other materials. Asbestos was sometimes “flocked” above false ceilings, inside technical ducts, and in many other small spaces where firefighters would have difficulty gaining access. Structural components like asbestos panels were also used. In residences, asbestos was often a component of a type of flocked acoustic ceiling called popcorn ceiling or “cottage cheese ceiling,” until its production was banned in the US in 1978. However, the ban allowed installers to use up remaining stocks.

Mastic products containing asbestos is still being produced and installed in current construction. In fact, asbestos containing building materials can be found at your local home improvement stores. Below is a list (not a comprehensive list) of products containing asbestos:

  • Resin Cement
  • American Radiators
  • Asbestos Coated Cable and Wire
  • Black Cat Roof Coating
  • Boilers
  • Brake Blocks
  • Brake Pads
  • Brake Linings
  • Cable
  • Carey Millboard
  • Clutch Facings
  • Compressed Asbestos Sheet Gaskets & Packing
  • Design Texture
  • Dry Texture
  • Firebrick
  • Fireproofing
  • Furnace Cement
  • Gaskets
  • Guardian Asbestos Cloth
  • Haveg Pipe
  • Insulating Cement
  • Limpet Spray
  • Loose Wool Insulation
  • Marinite Board
  • Mastic
  • Murcotex
  • Plastic Cement
  • Ready Mix Joint Compound
  • Ready Mix Texture
  • Roof Cement
  • Roof Coating
  • Roof Shingles
  • Roofing Products
  • Rope Packing
  • Safe-Arc Brake Shoe Grinder
  • Safe-Turn Drum Lathe
  • Sheet Gaskets
  • Siding
  • Spray Texture
  • Sure Bond
  • Texture Paint
  • Tiles
  • Turbines
  • Vinyl Asbestos Floor Tiles
  • Water Putty
Asbestos’ Timeline

An historical timeline of asbestos from its creation over 2,000 years ago throughout its’ use in past and modern societies.

  • 2000 B.C.: Egyptians use asbestos to make burial shrouds
  • 1828: First U.S. patent for asbestos is issued
  • 1858: Birth of Asbestos in U.S. Industry
  • 1918: U.S. Government Recognizes Asbestos Risk
  • 1930: One in four workers was suffering from asbestosis
  • 1930: Industry Regulations on UK Asbestos Factories
  • 1933: Asbestosis First Reported in America
  • 1934: Link Between Workplace Asbestos Exposure and Cancer Discovered
  • 1942: Warnings of Cancer Risk From Asbestos Exposure
  • 1943: First Mesothelioma-Like Tumor Reported
  • 1947: 13% of Asbestosis Cases also had Cancer of the Lungs or Pleura
  • 1949: Mainstream Acceptance of Harm Caused by Asbestos
  • 1953: Mesothelioma Found in Asbestos Workers
  • 1955: Major Study on Link Between Asbestos and Cancer
  • 1960: Asbestos Industry Ignores Warnings of Health Risks
  • 1964: Widespread Disease Found Among Asbestos Workers
  • 1970: Clear Air Act Approved by Congress
  • 1972-1974: Increased Federal Regulation of Asbestos
  • 1975: NESHAP revision bans the use of asbestos in many thermal insulation products
  • 1977: CPSC issues rules prohibiting the sale of consumer patching compounds
  • 1978: EPA banned spray-applied surfacing materials for purposes not already banned
  • 1979: EPA issued a notice of intent to regulate asbestos under the Toxic Substances Control Act
  • 1982: EPA promulgates “Asbestos in Schools” rule
  • 1984: National survey estimates that there are 733,000 buildings with friable ACM
  • 1985: Asbestos School Hazard Abatement Act passed
  • 1987: EPA issues AHERA regulations
  • 1992: EPA attempts to work with auto industry to voluntarily phase out asbestos in brakes
  • 2000: Asbestos Worker Protection Rule revised
  • 2002: U.S. stops mining asbestos in California
  • 2004: The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) was founded
  • 2005: U.S. Senate unanimously passes the first “Asbestos Awareness Resolution”
  • 2006: The World Health Organization agreed that all forms of asbestos are classified as human carcinogens
  • 2010: 2000 to 2010 revealed that 43,464 Americans died from mesothelioma and asbestosis
  • 2012: Asbestos consumption in the United States was estimated to be 1,060 tons
  • 2014: Asbestos consumption in the United States was estimated to be 400 tons
  • 2017: President Trump will likely support Asbestos “FACT Act”

More than 50 nations have banned asbestos, but the U.S. still permits its citizens to be exposed to the hazardous material. As multiple scientific and regulatory bodies assert, there is no safe level of asbestos.

Learn More About Our Other Services

Demolition & Implosion

Las Vegas Demolition excels in hotel and casino demolitions and implosions. Our skilled team of experienced technicians and employees allows us to handle any size job. LVD is also prepared to handle a wide variety of structures to include but not limited to apartment and high-rise buildings, chemical plants, power plants, airports as well as commercial office buildings.

Hazardous Material Disposal

Las Vegas Demolition takes precaution and the health and safety of the community seriously, effectively and go above and beyond other local removal companies. Extreme care, expeditious removal and management of hazardous material is performed masterfully by our experts. The term ‘Cradle to Grave’ is a responsibility used to describe the liability and ownership for any facility or person that generates a hazardous material that is classified as a hazardous substance.

Mold Abatement Removal Experts

The professional team at Las Vegas Demolition, LLC.® and Environmental Services will establish a detailed scope of work including start and stop locations, square footage, and other tangible points of delineating the quantity of removal. Additionally, proper removal of mold will greatly impact the infected structure owner’s financial liability.

Lead Abatement & Remediation

Las Vegas Demolition, LLC.® and Environmental Services Lead Abatement specializes in Industrial and Commercial buildings to handle the removal of lead coatings, lead piping, and lead paint found in older structures

24/7 Emergency Disaster Response

By adopting an integrated approach to Emergency Response Action (Spills) planning, Las Vegas Demolition maintains a state of readiness for incidents occurring just about anywhere and at any time.

Due to our working relationship with the Union, LVD can multiply our man-power in an instant.