Roses sent to Dave in our local paper: A water can full of roses to Dave at Ripple Rock Restorations. We had a flood in our home via roof leaking and were devastated at what the damage may have been. I called him and he was here within half an hour. What a wonderful, caring, helpful man. He checked our house to assess the damage and offered his knowledge on how to dry and repair our home. Dave you are a true professional, and came to our aid because you care, even though we could do the repair ourselves you gave us direction, advice and peace of mind. Wish there was more business folk like you....Many thanks. -Hi and Dry
—Roses

 

Asbestos Remediation Vancouver Island

Asbestos RemovalRipple Rock Damage Restoration in Campbell River safely removes Asbestos containing materials from homes and commercial buildings in Campbell River, the Comox Valley (250-897-6060) and communities on North Central Vancouver Island and adjoining islands including remote access communities.

Asbestos containing materials were banned for use in residential homes in 1977, after asbestos was found to be cancer-causing. Building contractors were given a “grace” period until 1983. Asbestos can commonly be found in vinyl composite tile, vinyl sheet goods, linoleum, drywall-filler compound, ducting sealant tape, pipe insulation, and standard housing insulation. In fact, a bulk sample of drywall filler taken in the Lower Mainland as late as 1991 was still found to be asbestos-containing. As such, it is not uncommon to come across asbestos containing material while performing restoration work on your home or commercial building on Vancouver Island.

Asbestos AbatementProfessional Asbestos Removal
At Ripple Rock Damage Restorations in Campbell River all of our staff members are trained in High Risk asbestos abatement. We set up poly containment chambers, and control the workspace with negative air engineering. We work in conjunction with WorkSafe BC and we have an Industrial Hygienist perform daily air sampling to ensure no fibres are released into the atmosphere, while we safely remove the asbestos containing material.