What is Asbestos?

According to the EPA Asbestos is a natural fibrous material that is heat retardant. It can be found in materials like flooring, mastic, roofing materials, drywall & texture, caulk, glazing, wiring, some attic insulation and automobile clutches/breaks. Both OSHA & the EPA concur that Asbestos is not dangerous unless airborne; but we still don’t recommend eating it. With that being said, for the safety of all parties we do have to test for Asbestos when applicable. According to the EPA: For demolitions that are subject to the asbestos NESHAP, the regulation requires a thorough inspection before demolition or renovation begins. Please note that a company has to be state certified to handle Asbestos, the regulations are intricate and require professional attention when present.

– Refers to a group of fibrous, heat-resistant minerals.

– Once a common ingredient in American construction materials.

– Microscopic fibers can become trapped in the body, causing disease over time.

– Industry executives covered up health dangers for decades.


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