Asbestos Testing & Inspections for Beaumont, TX

What is Asbestos & is it Serious?

There are thousands of asbestos-containing materials on the market and used in construction products since the 1800s.

Asbestos is undeniably a great fire-resistant material and a highly effective insulator, yet it is also dangerous.

Asbestos is made of tiny fibers 80 times smaller than one human hair, so it’s easy to inhale and can lead to various health conditions.

Asbestos can cause several severe conditions, including

  • Asbestosis
  • Cancer
  • And other lung problems

Asbestos was made illegal for commercial use in Texas in 1978, so asbestos is much more common in older buildings. However, Texas law requires all buildings to be inspected, no matter the facility's age.

We Help Keep Your Employees and Customers Safe.

Many older facilities have a dangerous substance found in thousands of construction materials. Asbestos.

We provide asbestos inspections to Beaumont, TX, and surrounding areas.

We Help You Comply with State and Federal Regulations

ERI performs asbestos surveys to keep businesses like yours compliant with state and federal regulations. Our goal is to reduce the risk of asbestos exposure.

As an asbestos testing company, we’ll analyze several types of typical asbestos-containing materials such as…

  • Asbestos tile testing
  • Mold and asbestos testing services
  • Asbestos air clearance testing
  • Popcorn ceiling asbestos testing
  • Drywall asbestos tests

Millions of workers are still at risk of exposure in the United States today.

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Does Your Building Need Asbestos Testing?

If your facility was constructed before 1980

Most commercial buildings built before 1980 need asbestos testing. However, Texas law does require testing for all commercial buildings, regardless of age.

To receive a building permit.

Texas law requires you to have your facility inspected before acquiring a building permit.

To ensure the safety of your employees and building occupants

Asbestos is hazardous and can even be life-threatening. Keep your building occupants safe by requesting an asbestos screening for your commercial property.

How It Works

At ERI Consulting, asbestos inspections are done quickly, thoroughly, and under the regulations of EPA, OSHA, and TDSHS. Here’s our process:

  • Tell us about your Beaumont area facility.

    We will need some information about your building, such as:

    • When was your facility built?
    • What size structure do you have?
    • What is the location and address of your property?
    • Who will be the primary contact throughout the asbestos inspection and abatement project?
  • Get a Quote Perform an Inspection

    We’ll put together a proposal to let you know how long the project will take and what will be involved. We’ll collect three inconspicuous samples from material that may have asbestos. Inspections usually take 2-3 days, depending on the size of the building.



  • Test for asbestos

    We’ll bring all asbestos sampling materials to our asbestos testing lab in the Beaumont area. We’ll analyze it with standard Polarized Light Microscopy (PLM) at the lab.

    A certified asbestos inspector must do asbestos lab testing under the supervision of licensed asbestos consultants. We have both in-house.

    Each of our consultants and analysts is fully qualified with:

    • Necessary licensing
    • Years of experience
    • Ongoing training
    • Each professional stays up to date with training regulations
  • Asbestos Abatement

    If lab results show the presence of asbestos at your facility, we can abate it.

    As your asbestos consultants, we communicate all specifications for abatement and ensure compliance from the contractor and all parties. We will collect air samples from the building and on workers every day.

Do you need a qualified asbestos inspector to test your facility and ensure your building’s safety?

Contact ERI Consulting to schedule your asbestos inspection in Beaumont or nearby. Please fill out this form and tell us a little about your property to get started. Someone from ERI will contact you as soon as possible to schedule your inspection.