Colorado Environmental Restoration Services

We proudly offer over 100 years of combined experience in asbestos abatement, lead abatement, mold removal, water damage restoration and demolition services for Colorado commercial and residential properties.

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Why Mile High Environmental Services?

100 Years of Combined Experience
With 100 years of combined experience and numerous residential and commercial projects completed throughout Colorado, we guarantee quality work for every client and are prepared for a variety of situations as we work on your environmental services project.

Licensed and Insured
Our team of fully certified and insured experts adheres to the strictest enforcement guidelines of all environmental safety regulations for your safety.

Locally Owned
We are a locally owned and operated company, and our in-house staff is well compensated and highly trained, translating to excellent service for your project.

Premier Lead, Mold, and Asbestos Removal in Colorado

Asbestos Abatement

Our professional team specializes in removing asbestos from your property while putting safety first. We are certified as a Colorado General Abatement Contractor as well as certified by Regulation 8 with the State of Colorado (CDPHE).

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Mold Removal & Remediation

Our dedicated technicians will inspect your property and implement the mold remediation, abatement, and restoration processes necessary for your spaces. Mold can grow in less than 48 hours; moving swiftly is a necessity for mold damage.

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Lead Paint Removal

Lead paint poisoning can cause irreversible physical, behavioral and intellectual damage, especially to children. Avoid these risks by hiring our team to remove lead-based paint from all types of buildings, residential and commercial.

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Water Damage Restoration

Have a flooding or water damage emergency? We respond promptly and efficiently to all water loss situations such as sewer line back up, faulty dishwashers, boiler/water heat leaks, floods, burst pipes and more.

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Demolition Services

Whether you’re in need of an interior wall removal or a complete building demolition, choose our experienced team at Mile High Environmental Services to safely demolish your structures. 

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Elite Hazard Removal & Remediation Services

Locally based in Denver, CO, we’re proud to offer our environmental services across the entire state of Colorado. Our hazard removal and property remediation is available for residential, commercial, government properties and apartment complexes. Meet our team today.

Your Trusted Asbestos Abatement Contractors & More

Asbestos is a type of mineral fiber that is commonly used in construction for insulation and heat resistance. While asbestos has been popular since antiquity for its flame-retardant properties and durability, it is now known as a health hazard. Asbestos can be found in older buildings’ insulation, shingles, textured paint and tiles.

Exposure to asbestos can cause serious health issues, including lung diseases like lung cancer, mesothelioma and asbestosis. It is also known to increase risk of ovarian cancer in women. If you suspect that asbestos may be in your property, contact a specialist for asbestos removal services immediately.

Asbestos remediation is crucial to prevent exposure and mitigate health risks. If you suspect that asbestos may be in your property, contacting a specialist for asbestos removal services is crucial. If you’re in Colorado and need asbestos removal for your home or property, reach out to specialists like Mile High Environmental Services Inc.

Lead-based paint is a type of paint that contains lead as an additive. When lead-based paint deteriorates, it creates lead dust, which can be ingested or inhaled.

Lead paint poisoning is especially dangerous for children and pregnant women. Lead poisoning can lead to physical, behavioral and emotional issues, including developmental delays, learning difficulties, behavioral problems. In severe cases this type of poisoning may cause seizures, coma, or even death.

Lead-based paint can still be found in many older homes, especially those built before 1978. If you suspect lead paint was used in your property, call us today. We recommend removing lead-based paint by contacting us or another lead paint removal specialist to minimize health risks. Our team is trained to safely contain and remove lead-based paint without putting occupants at risk of lead exposure.