Learning that your property has asbestos can be terrifying! This is, even more the case as we see more and more about asbestos and the risks it poses to you and your family. Cancer is a scary word, and asbestos can cause mesothelioma and lung cancer. Knowing that can send you into a panic. Luckily, Asbestos Abatement Services has some tips to better prepare you for the removal of asbestos from your property.
You Will Need to Leave Your Home
For the safety of you and your family, you will be asked to leave the property for the entirety of the asbestos removal process. Asbestos fibers are microscopic and can be easily ingested. Our team will wear respirators and other equipment for their protection. We never want to risk exposing you or your family.
Asbestos Removal Will Be Completed in Phases
Depending on the amount of asbestos in your home, it could take more than a day for removal. Asbestos removal is completed in phases where the area is sealed, and the asbestos is removed. Once removed, it is contained for safe disposal. This is done so that asbestos fibers do not escape to other areas of the property.
Asbestos Will Be Removed and Discarded in A Safe Fashion
A certified and licensed asbestos abatement professional will remove and dispose of the asbestos-containing materials. It is unlawful to remove or dispose of asbestos without the proper licenses. You can rest assured that the asbestos-containing materials will be removed safely and that your home will be safe upon your return.
Your Home Will Be Inspected Once Removal Is Completed
Once the asbestos-containing materials have been removed, the area will be inspected. This is to ensure no asbestos is left behind. We want your property to be safe, and one way we do that is through asbestos inspections.
Asbestos May Be in Your Insulation, Walls, and Even Roof
Asbestos-containing materials could be in all areas of your home. This surprised most people. We may have to remove parts of your roof, walls, and even your insulation. While it is shocking, it is also great to know your property is safe from the dangers of asbestos exposure and the many illnesses it causes!