As one of the most knowledgeable environmental contractors in California, Seacliff Environmental provides its clients with 50+ years of combined experience in removal and remediation procedures. Our team of experts is focused on:

  • Asbestos Removal
    From the 1950s until the 1980s, asbestos was the material of choice during that time because of its rot-resistant and fire-resistant properties, durability, affordability and ease of use. If you think your home or building contains asbestos, it is important to seek professional assistance.
  • Lead Paint Removal
    Used extensively for interior and exterior residential surfaces, toys and furniture from the 1940s to the late 1970s, lead-based paint was banned in 1978 by the Consumer Product Safety Commission after the serious and often life threatening ramifications of exposure were determined.
  • Mold Removal
    Mold contamination is a common occurrence in water-damaged buildings and a proven serious health risk. Immediate mold removal is key. If the home or building has had current or past water damage, particularly to building materials, a microbial investigation is warranted..
  • Demolition
    Seacliff Environmental is a licensed California-based demolition contractor capable of handling most structural demolition projects, from taking apart all or part of a particular structure to clear the space it is built on, to renovating the demolished part of the structure.
  • Duct & Hood Cleaning
    Seacliff Environmental is an industry leader in commercial, residential and marine duct cleaning; infectious control; kitchen exhaust hood cleaning; dryer vent cleaning and power washing. Additional services include duct testing and sealing, duct repairs and replacements, duct lining solutions, air purification systems and air filters.
  • Pest Control
    Seacliff Environmental technicians are highly-trained in using heat treatment for pest control. Heat treatment is an effective, safe, and environmentally friendly alternative to fumigation that can be used for entire structures, confined areas or localized spot treatments.
  • Structural Pasteurization
    Structural pasteurization is an engineered process where high temperatures are introduced to a structure or portion of a structure for the purpose of reducing bio-organisms to acceptable levels without damage to the structure.
  • Crawl Space Encapsulation
    This is not a new concept but, we have conducted thousands of crawl space inspections over the last 15 years and have come to the general conclusion. If you have a crawl space you should think about having it cleaned, treated and encapsulated.