Clean-up from the Colorado wildfires of this summer and fall is not as straightforward or simple as you might think. Materials used in not only home construction, but also within the home, can be extremely hazardous after a fire.
For example, car batteries or mercury light bulbs, lead-based paint, plastic items and other potentially toxic materials may have been present in the buildings prior to the fire. People should take precautions when entering buildings that are partially damaged by the fire or when handling any materials from buildings completely destroyed by the fire. They should wear protective clothing and equipment to avoid skin contact with debris and inhalation of ash.
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KKES mission is to provide the best service possible to our clients which include innovative project approach, practical work practices, and top-quality services to our clients. We believe our first and most important responsibility is to our clients. In carrying out day-to-day business, KKES strives to follow the philosophy that our clients are the most important asset. A client’s need is never too small to not warrant immediate attention.
Through a long-term commitment to this mission, KKES is known as a company that strives for excellence and client satisfaction. KKES is proud of offering superior service, knowledge of the asbestos industry, competitive pricing, and providing a positive work environment for our clients.