General Construction and Remediation Services


Hazardous Materials Remediation

ASBESTOS Abatement

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* Although a homeowner is not required to remove it, the presence of asbestos may create a hazard if exposed, and removal is necessary to eliminate this danger.

* Commercial property owners are required to remove asbestos where exposed and/or poses a hazard.

Our expertise in identifying the presence of asbestos with our professional removal and handling of asbestos containing material allows us to perform the abatement process where SAFETY is our PRIORITY. We are equipped with the knowledge of asbestos and other environmental materials, providing us with great confidence in its handling process. We are likewise knowledgeable with all government rules and regulations and have secured the proper licenses and certifications necessary to fully comply with all the requirements and perform its functions.

In almost all segments of our market, projects requiring repair, remodel, renovation or installation where demolition is necessary, careful assessment of the presence of asbestos is a key factor in our routine. In these situations, prior to performing any demolition work, the abatement process comes first. It is in this area that our ability as professionals in this field to adapt to any size or lay-out of the area and an appropriate plan to safely contain it, be conveyed to our customers with the full understanding of the rationale behind every step we will need to undertake. It is at this point that will make our customers comfortable and confident that their needs will be satisfied.

LEAD Removal

In 1978, the Consumer Product Safety Commission banned the use of Lead-based paint for interior and exterior residential surfaces, furniture and toys. Lead-based paint was manufactured and used from 1940 to late 1970.

There are about 40% of the nation's housing contains lead-paint or 38 million homes. It presents an invisible threat for children and others. Remodeling dust can be poisonous. In 2006, the EPA proposed new regulations. These new rules apply to all renovations, including paint removal, demolition, window replacement, and heating ductwork repairs. It is imperative that a contractor be certified to perform renovations that include lead-based paint. The health of children under five, living in homes containing deteriorating lead-based paint is highly threatened.

When lead-based paint on surfaces is sanded or scraped, it breaks into tiny, sometimes invisible pieces that children can swallow or inhale. Individuals can ingest dust and soil contaminated with lead from paint that flakes or chalks as it ages. Lead dust can settle on floors, walls, and furniture.

Any suspicion of lead-based paint in your home or office, you must call Phil-Am Enterprises, Inc. at 503-991-3545 or 503-507-0319 and we will be happy to perform the following services:

Remediation & Removal of Mold

When a building or a home has had water damage, Mold contamination is most likely which presents a serious health risk. This must be removed immediately. immediately.

Phil-Am Enterprises, Inc. will develop a remediation plan stating the method, scope, time, and controls we will be using.

If water damage has developed over a period of time you must call Phil-Am Enterprises, Inc immediately so we may assess the extent of the damage and exposure and prevent bacteria from multiplying. We will be pleased to perform the following services:

Our Technology

Phil-Am Enterprises, Inc. has maintained the latest and most current information on techniques that could be applied in both the construction and environmental services. Our management staff has continuously managed time to train and develop our employees to new and existing processes and procedures in both aspects. We continue to establish communications with all government and private sectors as resources for up and coming techniques, processes and procedures.