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did a fantastic job. he got the job done quickly, was very clean, and even touched up my pipe with paint afterward. Throughout the process" he was responsive and professional. would definitely recommend that you go with

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The owner was punctual and professional. Looked at the area to be removed and gave me a detailed and quick estimate of the cost. The crew worked well with the condo staff and no problems were reported. The company had more than the minimum liability insurance required by the association and also had the required workers' compensation insurance. The condo has many rules and regulations regarding construction workers in the building and all were complied with. When it looked as if they would not be able to finish in the time estimated, the owner put more men on the crew and it was finished when they said it would be. I was very well satisfied with their work.
- Patricia D.

Terrible. I have been trying to find this company forever to write them a bad review, but unsurprisingly the owner of this company has about a million different names of companies, probably because they're all a scam and he doesn't want people to catch on that his work is bad. I also unsurprisingly just read an article about how he botched an old woman's $20K mold remediation job from hurricane sandy too. i hired him, Leventis Omotade, whose companies also are under the names "Asbestos Lead and Demolition LLC," "EMTADE Contracting LLC," "L .OMOTADE LLC" and many more. He sounded nice on the phone and price seemed somewhat reasonable considering the asbestos abatement, and re-installation of plywood. his crew showed up early, i gave him half the money, and since i had to go to work, i told my wife to give them the other half once the job was complete.
i now know that my wife should not be put in this position ever again, because they must have strong-armed her into paying them the other half despite not even coming close to finishing the job. i'll admit that they removed the plywood thoroughly. they also broke one of my lamps in the process and left the broken glass all over the floor, made a lot of huge holes in the wall, and didn't install the new plywood! and they didnt even leave the plywood here for me after i paid for it haha. i mean it's one thing not to install it, but i would have at least taken the spare plywood to later install myself or sell or something. ridiculous. i tried calling him a million times to get a receipt or some sort of invoice which he refused to give me. i also wanted him to pay me money for breaking my lamp and not doing half the job. please do not be scammed by this guy.

- sean T.

My experience with
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
was filled to the brim with delays, poor communication, and frustration. I suggest you choose one of their competitors instead. Here is the saga.
After an initial consultation with the salesperson / supervisor (who was actually a very nice guy), and receiving a quote from them,
I emailed and called to let them know that I was ready to get started with the work. After thirteen days of the salesperson promising that he would schedule the job (“I’ll call you back later today” was a common line I heard), I told
him that I would need to look elsewhere if we couldn’t get a firm date on the calendar. He finally responded and scheduled work to start the next week. I should have known that the salesperson’s seemingly “too busy” schedule would pose a problem down the line – and it did!
When the work was done, I told the salesperson / supervisor that I wanted to meet him at the house to make sure that all of the work had been done. He told me that he didn’t think that would be possible, because he had too much on his plate that day. I again had to be firm and told him that I needed to check everything with him. He said that he would be by the house at 5:00PM, and that he would call me to tell me when to come over. When he did call, he said that he was on a very tight schedule, and that he would only be at the house for 10 minutes. The implication was that if I couldn’t be there within ten minutes, I wouldn’t be able to check things with him. I did run over there and meet him, only to find that portions of the work that were required had not been completed.
He had a crew come out a few days later to finish up what they had missed. Unfortunately, they left without having completed some of the work again.
During the work, they had piled lots of material and debris on two couches that I was storing the garage. When I contacted the salesperson about this, he attempted to shirk responsibility, and told me that since there were other crews on site, I should check with them. I told him that it was his crew's materials that had ruined the couch, and he told me to send pictures. They eventually agreed to send someone out to clean the couch -- that will be happening next week. I appreciate that they are trying to resolve this, but it should not have been something that I had to bring up myself, nor should it have been something that the salesperson tried to blame on someone else.
The next ordeal involved the pick up of the bags of hazardous waste from the job site. They left all of the bags of asbestos and lead containing materials, and lead-containing windows, in the house and in the back yard. I was promised that they would come by the day after completion to pick it up, but they did not. I called the salesperson / supervisor, and he told me that everything would be removed the next day. It was not – they did remove some of the materials, but hazardous material remained around the house (yes, it was contained, presumably safely, but…). Hazardous materials remained at the house for eight days after they had completed work. I had to make numerous telephone calls and send numerous text messages to get them to pick everything up.

The most frustrating part of the whole drama was related to billing. The salesperson emailed me one invoice, and told me that billing would send me another. They never did. The salesperson, who wanted his commission (he would not be paid until I paid the company), began to pressure me to pay, quite aggressively. I told him that I hadn’t received the full bill. The next day he sent me a jumble of partial invoices and “scope of work” sheets that didn’t add up. I raised questions about the total billed, and also raised questions about two other facts: I had been charged twice for “Initial set-up and mobilization” (at $450 a pop), and had also been billed for part of the work that the crew never completed. The salesperson didn’t seem to care about this, and told me that the “invoices were correct” and that I should pay right away. I told him that I could not pay anything until I had complete invoices and until he addressed my concerns about the invoices I had actually received. He ignored those concerns again, and now told me that payment had been due three days earlier (quite infuriating, since I hadn’t received invoices I needed!) and that I had to pay that day. He told me that I had to pay, and that he would be unavailable for the rest of the day because he would be playing golf where they did not allow cell phones.
Frustrated, I reached out to someone in corporate, who began to investigate. A bit later, I got a call from the salesperson’s supervisor, who began to question me about my questions about the bill. It felt like I was being criminally interrogated. At one point, he threatened that he would charge me for something that they had previously agreed would be done at no charge—I presume this was his way of trying to get me to give in. Even more frustrating was that he had only talked to the salesperson, and had not reviewed any of my specific questions before he called me. He did not understand my actual concerns about the bill. When I later mentioned to someone in corporate that this person had been very rude to me, she told me that it was "how he was with everyone." Really? He's like that with everyone, and you have him interface with customers?
Eventually, the person I spoke with in corporate resolved things. But this was not after a great deal of stress and frustration. I will avoid
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
like the plague should I ever need this kind of work done in the future.

- Ezra E. G.

From inquiry to completion,
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was prompt and professional and delivered exactly what he promised, when he promised it. Communication was excellent. We were fully satisfied.
- Natalie S.

It was a pretty straight forward job and they made the process very easy for us. They were very prompt and polite through the entire process and accommodated our schedule without complaint even though it wasn't convenient for them.
- Jason L.

Great experience,
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
is clearly knowledgeable and professional. It was easy to schedule for a time that worked with my schedule,
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
called about 30 minutes before the appointment to say he would be 10 minutes late (and he was only ~5 minutes late).
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
collected the flooring sample and asked if there was anything I wanted to know about asbestos & mold risks and/or testing. I really appreciated that he offered to do a visual inspection of other areas that might harbor asbestos or mold, without any hint of a pushy sales pitch. He sent a comprehensive report of the asbestos test--with good news that there was no evidence of asbestos.
- Stephanie J.

We just bought a new house a few months ago, and we have't been able to get rid of the bad smell it has. we've tried a bunch of different things and nothing has worked, so we decided to call
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
. Their website stated that you could call
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
for a free 15 minute phone consultation before having them come out, so that is what I did.
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
was very professional and really tried to work with me over the phone. He went above and beyond what I had expected, and gave me some great suggestions as to how we should try and tackle our smell issue. We are currently trying out some of these ideas, and hopefully they will work, or else we will definitely be back in touch with
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
to schedule them to come out for an onsite consultation.
You have to respect a company that isn't looking to take your money, and instead they are trying to help you solve your problem. We were fully prepared to have them come out to our home for field testing, but the fact that
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
wasn't sure if it was necessary and walked me through ways to fix things on my own makes this a highly reputable business in my book. I hope to not need their services in the future, but if the smell persists
Port Angeles Asbestos Disposal Provider Name Locked
will be the first company I call.
- John F.

These guys did an extremely thorough and professional job - I definitely recommend them.
I don't know if their price is competitive because I didn't shop around.
- philip T.

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Affordable Environmental Inc

PO Box 40
Mountlake Terrace


7700 Congress Ave

Alliance Restoration, Inc.

3777 N Clemons Street
East Wenatchee

Kattau Construction

3103 Mt Pleasant Rd
Port Angeles


7609 140Th Pl NE

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