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Open weekdays 7AM- 5PM 
Phone 253-632-3669 | Fax 253-941-0124
aabatementservices@gmail.com
P.O. BOX 3575 Federal Way, WA 98063
​Residential Cleanup
Asthma or Allergies?
​We do residential and new construction cleaning for people who suffer from asthma or allergies due to dust such as:

  • Dust and dust mites
  • Cockroaches
  • Mold spores
  • Silica dust
  • Asbestos & lead dust
  • Pet hair and dander
  • Rodents
  • Clothing fluff
  • Air fresheners
  • Tobacco smoke etc,
This job is done by using high tech equipment with HEPA filters (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) Such as HEPA vacuums and negative air machines, which are designed to capture 99.97% of dust. Particles small as 0.3 microns.

Cleaning consists of wet wiping, and HEPA vacuuming all surfaces such as ceilings, walls, floors, carpets, furniture, draperies, blinds etc, using protective suits and respirators equipped with HEPA filter cartridges.  

Asthma is a lung disease which causes people to wheeze, cough, be short of breath, and in some cases can cause death. Asthma is not contagious, but it does run in families. Children, particularly those living in urban areas and crowded or unclean conditions, are especially at risk for developing asthma. There are many factors that can influence how asthma develops in each person. Although many things (called “asthma triggers”) can cause asthma attacks. These can be found both outdoors and indoors.
We can help you prevent Asthma.
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How Does Negative Air Machine Works?
By creating negative air pressure, negative air machines with HEPA filters capture the contaminated air and produces clean non-contaminated air. A negative pressure environment will help to contain the mold, dust, particles and odors within the workspace containment barrier. Air always flows from areas of higher pressure to areas of lower pressure. Creating and maintaining negative pressure creates inward airflow direction through any leaks or openings in the containment barrier. This prevents airborne contaminants from escaping into and contaminating other parts of the work area.