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At B&N, the health and safety of our employees, customers, suppliers and the communities where we do business is our highest priority.

A staple in the environmental industry.

Biggs & Narciso is a company with a long history of providing professional and reliable services to clients in the asbestos abatement and environmental remediation industries. Founded in 1988 by Luis Narciso and Tim Biggs, the company was born out of a need for specialized project management in these fields. Since then, we have grown to become a recognized leader in our industry, known for our expertise and ability to deliver effective and efficient solutions to our clients.

Over the past 33 years, we have built a solid reputation for providing top-quality services to our clients and have established strong partnerships with other businesses in our industry. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to meeting the needs of our clients and ensuring that all projects are completed to the highest standards. Whether you need assistance with asbestos abatement, environmental remediation, or any other related services, you can trust that Biggs & Narciso has the skills and knowledge to get the job done right. We are proud of the trust and credibility we have earned among our clients and business partners and are committed to continuing to provide the highest level of service in the years ahead.


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Asbestos is a group of six naturally occurring minerals composed of soft, flexible fibers that are heat-resistant. Asbestos is still used in hundreds of U.S. consumer products. Its use is allowed as long as it accounts for less than 1% of the product. 

Exposure to asbestos causes cancers and other diseases, including mesothelioma and asbestosis. No amount of asbestos exposure is safe, but asbestos generally has the worst effects when a person is exposed to an intense concentration of it, or they are exposed on a regular basis over a long period of time.

Asbestos can remain in-place as long as it's not disturbed and gets examined annually by a trained and professional environmental company.  Biggs and Narciso recommends to remove any asbestos-containing materials for a better peace of mind.

Moulds are a type of fungus that are found almost anywhere – both outdoors and indoors. Indoor moulds usually originate from outside organic sources such as soil and vegetation. As  part of their reproductive cycle, moulds produce millions of microscopic particles called spores. Moulds spread by releasing these spores into the air. The presence of moisture is essential for moulds to grow and they are therefore usually found in damp, poorly ventilated areas.

Exposure to toxic moulds may irritate skin, eyes, nose, and throat, resulting in allergy-like symptoms such as difficulty in breathing, runny nose, and watery eyes. Other symptoms could include fatigue and headache. People with allergies to moulds may experience asthma attacks. Exposure to the more dangerous moulds such as Stachybotrys or Chaetomium could result in more serious symptoms including burning in the  nose, nose bleeds, severe coughing, and impairment of the immune system. Excessive exposure can worsen conditions like asthma, bronchitis, hay fever or other allergies.

It is imperative that mould be removed completely and the problem that created the mould in the first place be rectified. However, this work requires special control measures to prevent worker exposure as well as eliminate the possibility that the mould will spread to adjacent areas. In the case of Stachybotrys contamination this is particularly important because of its potentially severe health effects.

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