Boiler Removal for industrial, commercial and residential clients in and around Pelham and Southern Ontario.
We are Pelham's boiler removal, boiler dismantling, radiator removal and boiler disposal experts. We are capable of dismantling and removing large commercial boilers as well as dismantling and removing smaller residential heating system boilers. There is no job too small or too large… whether its' a 300 lb. steel boiler removal or an old 5 ton cast iron boiler dismantling and removal job, a steam boiler, a hot water boiler, or heating system boiler, we remove them all. Let us do the heavy lifting. We'll dismantle your old boiler and remove that old boiler
We specialize in the removal of large boilers that need to be dismantled, cut up and removed in pieces. We are also licenced and have the necessary training and equipment to remove asbestos from the boiler before dismantling and removing the boiler from your Pelham home or business.
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Here are a few reasons why Eco Metal Recycling Inc is the best boiler removal company to use for Boiler Removals in Pelham
We can also remove your old steel and cast iron radiators while we are removing the boiler.
Boiler Insulation Removal - Asbestos was commonly used in boiler and boiler pipe insulating materials prior to 1980.
We provide boiler asbestos removal and boiler pipe asbestos removal for all Pelham residential, commercial & industrial buildings. With most boiler removal jobs we must first remove the asbestos from the cast iron boiler before actually removing the boiler from the home or building.
This asbestos must be safely removed and disposed by a qualified and certified Pelham asbestos removal expert. ECO Metal Recycling is certified for removal of asbestos type 1,2,3.
PELHAM RESIDENTS - DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE ASBESTOS YOURSELF.
• Working on materials that contain asbestos may release the fibers into the air.
• Being exposed to small amounts over time can still have adverse health affects.
• Asbestos must be properly removed by a qualified professional in order to avoid or minimize the release of asbestos fibers into the air.
• Asbestos must be properly disposed.