We all know that the removal of asbestos can be a real headache, cost, and, if not done properly, a severe health hazard…
The removal of asbestos is a delicate job, and if it’s not handled correctly, it can lead to a lot of damage not just to buildings and structures but, more importantly, to yourself and other people.
What is asbestos?
In a nutshell, asbestos is a group of six naturally occurring fibrous minerals that are composed of microscopic soft and flexible needle-like fibers that are resistant to heat, corrosion, and electricity.
Its strengths and fireproofs materials and can be used in cloth, paper, cement, plastic, and other materials to make them stronger.
If someone inhales or ingests asbestos dust, some of the mineral fibers can become trapped in the body and but as a result, it is banned in many countries because exposure to it can cause several cancers and diseases.