About AVEX VCT Tile Services
VCT, or vinyl composite tile, is a soft, flexible, cost-effective tile that’s commonly installed throughout the country, and the Charlotte, Asheville, Winston-Salem area is no exception. VCT may be installed over other tiles, or directly on the subfloor. In any case, removing VCT is always harder than the process of installing it, and the simple reason for that is that its adhesives grow stronger with age. This trait of VCT makes it extremely difficult to remove. In addition to the difficulty of removing VCT, there are some notable dangers associated with its removal. Prior to the 1980s, vinyl composite tiles were typically made with asbestos fibers. The problem: scraping the adhesive from the substrate it is adhered to can release asbestos fibers into the air. This should not be overlooked. Because the adhesive grows stronger over time, agitation is usually required to remove VCT, which can be quite dangerous if the adhesive does in fact contain asbestos. AVEX understands these dangers and responds with a knowledgeable, efficient, and capable cleaning crew, never compromising on safety.
When getting a quote about removing tile, it is important to know how many layers of vinyl tile are on the floor and if it contains asbestos. A well-trained AVEX estimator would be happy to help you with a formal quote on any tile removal project you’re interested in. When searching for a VCT removal services, remember, experience is important. AVEX has been providing VCT removal services throughout Catawba, Burk, and Caldwell County for 30 years and our professionals have the expertise that goes along with it.
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