Creating A Functional Home

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Creating A Functional Home

Do you love being in your home? A few years ago, I realized that my home was a little lackluster, which is why I started focusing on making things right by working with a team of construction contractors. I wanted to create an absolutely beautiful home interior, so I met with a team of professionals to talk about my construction options. They were really incredible to work with, and within a few short months, my home looked brand new. I wanted to create a blog all about creating a functional, gorgeous home so that you can adore your indoors space.

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Find Asbestos In Your Commercial Building? 4 Steps You Need To Take Right Away

If you own a commercial building that was built prior to the 1990s, you need to be concerned about asbestos. Prior to the 1990s, asbestos was a popular material for many building materials, including insulation and floor tiles. Asbestos can pose a serious health risk for you, your employees, and your customers. Unfortunately, most commercial building owners don't realize they have an asbestos problem until they come in contact with the substance. If you've discovered asbestos in your building, you need to take the following steps right away. 

Vacate That Area of the Building

If asbestos has been discovered in your commercial building, it's important that you vacate that area. If your employees use that area of the building for office work, move them to another area of the building. If possible, close off that area of the building to foot traffic. This will ensure that your employees and customers won't come in contact with the asbestos. Keep the area closed off from foot traffic until the situation can be resolved. 

Leave the Asbestos in Place

If you've discovered asbestos in your building, don't try to remove the material on your own. Asbestos should never be removed or handled by anyone who doesn't have specialized training. This is especially true for asbestos that is friable. Asbestos is friable when it can be crumbled in your hand or when small fibers are visible in the material. When asbestos is friable, it can get into your lungs more easily. That's why it's important that you leave the asbestos alone and call for professional assistance. 

Request an Asbestos Inspection

If you've located asbestos in your commercial building, you need to find out how widespread the problem is. It's possible that you have asbestos throughout the building. The best way to determine the size of the problem is to request an asbestos inspection. When you request an inspection, your entire building will be searched for the presence of asbestos. Once you know how widespread the problem is, you'll be able to move on to the removal process. 

Hire an Asbestos Removal Contractor

If you've located asbestos in your commercial building and it's in a friable state, you'll need to have it removed as soon as possible. To do that, you'll need to hire a commercial asbestos removal contractor. Hiring an asbestos removal contractor will ensure that the asbestos is removed safely and completely. 

Don't take chances with asbestos. For help with the removal of asbestos from your commercial building, contact an asbestos removal contractor near you.