Green SourcE ENVIRONMENTAL INC

ASBESTOS - MOLD - LEAD

 

How Can we Help You

Services

*RRP Certified

*Licensed and insured

At G.S.E we range in a variety of skilled services important for your business, home, or community. 

Asbestos Removal

This naturally occurring mineral known and used for its heat resistance, soundproofing, etc. is dangerous for its cancer-causing impact. When you are ready to renovate, G.S.E is here to help you make sure your project is rid of this hazardous material quickly and safely. 

Mold Remediation

Mold is a fungus, and though it is natural, in a damp area in your home it is hazardous to your health and can deteriorate the quality of your home.

Demolitions

From structural to interior demolitions and residential to commercial, we are trained to handle professionally and safely conducted demolitions. 

Call us for a free consultation + Quote

We are so happy to be a part of the south-east community from working for universities, city-housing, commercial and residential properties.

Message from our president

GSE is a proud family-owned business, and I am happy to be able to apply over 30 years experience to a field that is so important to the community. We care about the environment, and the well-being of the families and people that reside within. We pride ourselves in the quality skill, dependability, and professionalism we bring to every job, and with the utmost care for customer satisfaction. Given our competitive prices, our clients range from homeowners to business owners, schools, community homes, hospitals, correctional facilities, to universities like Emory and the University of Georgia. We are here to help make sure your space is safe. A safe space means rid of hazardous materials whether through mold remediation, lead based paint and asbestos abatement, to demolitions. I take pride in the services we have provided to help take projects to the next level, with safe, clean, and quality conditions. 

Marcos A. Zúñiga 

President of Green Source Environmental Inc.

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