You must have structures inspected for asbestos.
The Wyoming Asbestos Program is responsible for enforcing state regulations regarding asbestos. This Program, along with Wyoming OSHA and federal law, requires that properties be inspected for asbestos prior to demolition.
In Wyoming, there is no registration or licensure program, so there is no list of Asbestos Building Inspectors. However, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ) recommends searching for local Asbestos Consultants and Environmental & Ecological Services.
This notification form must be filled out, mailed to the Wyoming Asbestos Program, and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org (or faxed to 307-777-6937). Speak with the professional performing your inspection to ensure that they won’t be handling this for you.
Make sure the provider you hire is qualified.
There are no state-level registration or licensure programs for contractors, companies, or individuals in Wyoming. However, there are local-level licensing requirements that you should make yourself aware of before hiring an asbestos inspector, abatement service, or demolition provider.
Ensuring your contractor meets local licensing and registration requirements ensures that you are properly protected and receive the best possible service.
Another excellent way to make sure your demolition project goes as smoothly as possible? Do your research on companies. You can do this easily and conveniently with the help of Hometown Demolition Contractors. You can read company profiles, see customer reviews, and request quotes from as many contractors as you’d like.
Don’t forget about cleanup when the demo is done.
During the initial quoting process, we advise discussing debris disposal when you’re getting prices from contractors you’re interested in hiring. Confirming whether or not they will handle debris disposal when the demolition is done can help you make the right decision on who to hire.
Sometimes, demolition providers will include the cost of hauling/disposal in their demolition quote, but this isn’t always the case, so you should check with them upfront. If they don’t, this is something that you will need to consider, as it is an additional expense. One option you have, if left responsible for debris disposal, is dumpster rental.
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