Alderson Vermont



  • Asbestos Abatement

    Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral fiber once widely used in building materials and products including floor tiles, mastics, pipe and boiler insulation, roofing and siding materials, and fireproofing materials. Undisturbed, asbestos-containing materials generally pose no health risk. These materials become hazardous when they release asbestos fibers into the air as a result of damage,… read more

  • Microbial Remediation

    Mold is a naturally occurring fungus found growing all around us. There are many different types of mold that vary by color and appearance. The interaction between mold spores, humidity, and a moisture source cause the growth of mold. Mold can usually be seen on damp surfaces, cloth and other porous materials, and may be… read more

  • Water Damage Repair and Restoration

    Water intrusions result from, but are not limited to, flooding, leaks or spills. A water intrusion can impact various building materials including floor materials, wallboard, insulation, and ceiling components. An expedient response is critical to avoid mold growth, discolored surfaces and odor problems. Qualified to remove and eliminate mold & mildew, our first step is… read more

  • Underground Storage Tank Removal

    An underground storage tank (UST) is a tank and associated piping that has at least 10% of its combined volume underground. Until the mid-1980’s, most USTs were made of bare steel leading to corrosion over time, allowing leakage to occur. An Underground Storage Tank contractor is recommended whenever a tank is being removed from the… read more

  • Controlled Demolition and Excavation

    Alderson, Inc.’s experience with building systems allows us to provide demolition or excavation in controlled and contained environments. Using negative pressure containments we can create dust-free work environments. Our crews have the training and expertise to identify and properly handle any hazardous materials that may be discovered during demolition or excavation.

  • Lead Paint Removal

    Lead poisoning is a serious but preventable health problem. Medical research shows that there is NO safe level of lead. Lead can cause permanent damage to children, including: learning disabilities, behavioral problems, lower IQ, and other health problems. Adults can also suffer from adverse health effects due to lead exposure, including: higher blood pressure, cardiovascular… read more

  • Thermal (IR) Imaging and Analysis

    Infrared thermography is the easiest and quickest method to detect energy waste, moisture and electrical issues in buildings. An infrared camera shows exactly where the problems are and helps focus the inspector’s attention, allowing him or her to properly diagnose areas with energy loss. Utilizing infrared technology, Alderson, Inc. has non-invasive means to identify and… read more

  • Abrasive Blasting

    Soda blasting is a process where a surface is cleaned, paint is removed, or coatings of any kind are stripped from a substrate. It is very similar to traditional sand blasting except it utilizes sodium bicarbonate as opposed to sand. This process is favored because it cleans the surface without causing any harm to the… read more

  • Indoor Air Quality Improvement

    Indoor air quality is a significant public health concern, considering most people spend the majority of their time indoors. Poor indoor air quality is commonly a product of pollutants such as secondhand smoke, gases, chemicals, or mold. Many pollutants are associated with adverse health effects and can cause or worsen allergies, respiratory illnesses, heart disease,… read more

  • Hydroxyl Air Purification

    Hydroxyl radicals are formed naturally in our atmosphere through the sun’s Ultra Violet light and water vapors, and react almost immediately after they’re formed. Hydroxyl radicals scrub VOCs and other harmful substances from our air, and leave important organic compounds in their place. Hydroxyl air machines mimic this natural process, utilizing UV light to naturally clean… read more