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Who We Are At Cascade Insulation

Updated: Jul 20

Cascade Insulation, Inc. is the premier asbestos abatement company in the Northwest. Founded in 1976, originally specializing in mechanical insulation of new and remodeled construction and today we are proud to have over 30 plus years of experience removing asbestos from schools, hospitals, lumber mills, wastewater plants, and private residents. As a fully licensed, insured, and bonded abatement services firm equipped to remove environmental hazards, we use the latest equipment and technology to complete projects safely, efficiently, and in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. We are licensed in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.


Our Services

Whether you are a Contractor, Building Owner, Property Manager, Realtor, Insurance Company, Restoration Disaster Relief Firm, or Architect planning the Asbestos Abatement Project is not to be taken lightly. Choose Cascade Insulation, Inc. to help form your team. We perform all of our asbestos abatement projects under standards set for professional behavior in the industry. Cascade Insulation, Inc. holds paramount the safety, health, and welfare of clients, their employees, and the public in the performance of an asbestos project.

Asbestos fibers are strong, durable, resist heat, acids, and friction, and are practically indestructible. Asbestos fibers have a tendency to break up easily in smaller and smaller microscopic tiny particles that simply float in the air and stick to clothes and other surfaces. Because of these properties, asbestos was often combined with other materials for use in construction. Asbestos becomes a health hazard when these materials disintegrate, collapse, or are otherwise disturbed. Asbestos fibers are so tiny that they can be easily inhaled or swallowed without a person’s awareness.



When asbestos materials are damaged, unseen fibers are released into the air, where they can stay suspended for a long time. Asbestos can then be inhaled and the fibers can be embedded deeply in the lungs. These fibers also settle on surfaces and clothing where they can be redistributed into the air by motion such as walking past a contaminated surface. Once an area or surface is contaminated with asbestos dust, special procedures and equipment are necessary to decontaminate that area or surface, as well as anything inside the area.


Contact Cascade Insulation

Whether you’ve found asbestos or not, having a professional such as Cascade Insulation perform full asbestos abatement and inspection services for your future home or property is the only way to know for sure. Be aware of potential asbestos exposures and give us a call today at (541) 388-2600 or fill out a form and we will be more than happy to give you an asbestos-free property.


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