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Questions to Ask an Asbestos Consultant

Asbestos was once commonly used in a variety of building materials. The practice was outlawed decades ago after it was discovered that asbestos fibers had been linked to several diseases of the lungs, including some forms of cancer. However, many older homes and commercial buildings may still contain asbestos. Anyone who may be concerned about the safety of their home or work environment should consult with a company that specializes in asbestos inspection and removal. Here are some important questions to ask.

  • Where might asbestos be found?
    At one time, contractors used asbestos in paint, insulation, roof shingles and floor tiles. An asbestos consultant can conduct tests on all building materials to determine if asbestos is present.

  • Have I been put at risk as a result of asbestos?
    An inspector can test the condition of asbestos fibers, to see if they pose a health hazard. If there has been a risk of exposure, it is best to consult with a physician.

  • If asbestos is found in my home, what can be done?
    In many cases asbestos remediation is not necessary. However, if the fibers are damaged, it may be necessary to remove them.

  • What is involved in asbestos remediation?
    The process of removing asbestos involves the creation of an airtight contaminant area, and the use of a HEPA vacuum cleaning system to eliminate asbestos fibers. All areas and surfaces are then thoroughly cleaned to remove any fibers that were not captured during remediation.

  • Are you certified for this type of work?
    Many asbestos inspectors are certified by their state’s division of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
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    There are consultants and abatement experts that deal with asbestos inspection and cleaning. Typically these professionals are hired to survey a building or home, test for asbestos, and then remove or mitigate any dangerous asbestos materials. As you likely are aware, asbestos is a silicate, fibrous material that is heat resistant. It is commonly used in construction materials and building insulation. As a consultant in this line of work, you may have to test and clean a variety of residential homes, commercial buildings and old structures. You will use specific tools to remediate the asbestos problem.

    If you choose to become an asbestos consultant and inspection specialist, you will first need the proper training involved. This means completing a program in order to become a licensed contractor in this field. You can expect to address building materials like wall plaster, ceiling tiles, cement floors and even building siding. You may even need to inspect roof shingles at times. Typically professions that deal with dangerous materials like asbestos, mold and lead, have to wear safety gear. This allows you to operate effectively in indoor environments, but without being harmed. It is your job to test for asbestos in ceilings and wall insulation, and then remediate the problem or clean it up. It is imperative to regulate materials like this since they are so harmful. Therefore, once you manage to locate and expose asbestos in walls or lead in paint, proper actions must be taken to remove it.

    In this line of work, you may have to deal with some building contractors, demolition teams and other abatement consultants at times.