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Things to Ask an Asbestos Abatement Firm
Until the 1980s, new constructions used building materials containing asbestos. This silicate mineral resisted fire making it a great choice for floor tiles, roofing materials and insulation. In the 1970s, the material was banned due to its link to specific form of lung cancer. Residential, business or industrial settings built before the late 1980s may still have this material present. It's important to have professionals check for the mineral and remove it before any construction or demolition project occurs. Below are questions the property owner should ask an abatement company.

  • If a building was built after the 1970s, asbestos shouldn't be present. Isn't that correct?
    This is actually a misconception. While materials containing the mineral was banned in the 1970s, laws allowed companies to sell off their remaining inventory. For this reason, some buildings erected in the 1980s may still have the silicate fibers present. It may still be necessary to then remediate the harmful material.

  • How does an owner find out if the material is present?
    Call an abatement or remediate expert to test materials like ceiling tiles and insulation. Once the test results are back, the expert will advise you on the process to remove the material.

  • What happens if you breath the dust?
    The fibrous dust is linked to mesothelioma, a form of cancer that develops in the lungs. There's no cure for this cancer, which explains why it is critical to have professionals clean the exposed material.

  • How does the removal process work?
    Experts put on breathing masks with filters that prevent the dust from entering the nose or throat. The effected area is sealed off with thick plastic and duct tape.

  • What happens to the items containing the mineral?
    When asbestos is melted down, it transforms into a safe glass that can be used in glass wall or flooring tiling.
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    Firms skilled in asbestos remediation, abatement, and removal should be licensed and certified in regulated guidelines put forth by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). One of the many services asbestos abatement technicians offer is a free estimate on the presence of asbestos in the home, as well as removal and testing.

    Many websites these days will match residential home owners and commercial and industrial business owners with a qualified asbestos abatement professional in their area who meets their requirements. Asbestos abatement firms may have their own websites, too, that outline their offerings. Services may range from sampling and surveying to testing and demolition in extreme cases.

    Asbestos abatement teams employ many safety techniques to effectively remediate and remove asbestos and other hazards such as mold and lead from a property. Becoming an asbestos removal technician doesn’t require a college education, but you do need a certain amount of hours gaining hands-on training. Construction backgrounds are helpful in this business, as asbestos is primarily found in renovations of older buildings, but this experience is not required. Technicians should have plenty of experience removing and remediating asbestos from flooring, insulated ceiling tiles, siding, and roofs.

    Since they are on the road a lot, going from home to home to provide inspections, and remove and remediate asbestos, good time management is important. They should also have good report writing and communication skills. They should know the health concerns associated with asbestos, which can cause cancer such as mesothelioma to those exposed repeatedly to this substance. This is present in older paint, tiles, and floors, so technicians should know exactly where to look for this.

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