Vermiculite Removal & Remediation Services

Play it safe Protect your family from asbestos-contaminated insulation. If you’re planning a renovation that may disturb vermiculite insulation in attics or wall cavities, STOP! Call the vermiculite remediation professionals at Pro Pacific Hazmat for a no-charge consultation before putting yourself or your family at risk.

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Why is vermiculite a health risk?

Vermiculite is considered a health risk due to the asbestos fibres commonly found in many older brands and types of vermiculite. And as we know, asbestos fibres have been proven to cause serious health problems.

If you are planning a renovation or construction project that may disturb vermiculite insulation – like the kind commonly found in wall cavities or attics – you must contact hazardous materials professionals like Pro Pacific Hazmat.

Contact us using our online contact form or phone 250.585.3997 to arrange for a free consultation BEFORE starting any commercial or residential renovation project.

We will dispatch a crew member to review your project site and provide professional support to help ensure the health and safety of yourself, your family, or your staff.

What is vermiculite?

Like asbestos, vermiculite is also a naturally occurring mineral with various properties that are advantageous to the construction industry.

The main property that makes vermiculite so attractive is its ability to handle very high heat. More importantly, when vermiculite reaches extreme temperatures, it simply changes state rather than combusting. This makes vermiculite an excellent material for insulation, and it can be commonly found in attics or wall cavities throughout Nanaimo, Victoria, and Vancouver Island.

Commercial or industrial project? We can help.

Vermiculite insulation remediation is something we do all the time at Pro Pacific Hazmat. In the large image above you can see an example of vermiculite in a residential attic before we began the removal process.

Protect your family from asbestos-contaminated vermiculite insulation

When it comes to renovations in older homes, it's always better to play it safe. Don't take risks with vermiculite.