Asbestos Testing In Homes & Businesses
Since the mid-1900s, a number of studies have been conducted to determine potential health impacts correlated with susceptibility to asbestos fibers. The results of these studies have shown that excessive levels of exposure to airborne asbestos fibers can cause a wide range of pulmonary (involving lung and breathing) diseases.
The Mold Girl state-certified workers provide customers with asbestos assessments and surveys in compliance with the procedure defined by the state and federal organizations. Asbestos is a class of mineral fibers well documented for their tensile strength and burn-resistant properties. Asbestos has been used for a large variety of building materials, such as tiles, ceiling spray materials, roofing shingles, and insulation solutions for the construction sector. Even though asbestos fibers come in blue, brown, and green colors, white asbestos is by far the most prevalent substance observed in the United States. White asbestos has been described as chrysotile. Substantial exposure to any variety will boost the risk of lung cancer, mesothelioma, and nonmalignant lung and pleural disorders, including asbestosis, pleural plaques, and pleural effusions.
Federal and state federal law requires a survey to be performed on residential, commercial, and industrial institutions prior to the issuance of renovation/demolition permits. Then Mold Girl uses an approved center for the study of asbestos products by the appropriate EPA processes. During an on-site asbestos assessment, The Mold Girl publishes a comprehensive report detailing the conclusions, including analytical data, position maps, and accompanying images.
Asbestos can be observed in these materials: Vinyl Flooring Drop Ceilings Window Glazing Roofing Materials Drywall Joint Compound Coatings for Roof Cement Gaskets for boiler/furnace Transite Siding. You should have your homes and offices building checked now to protect your family and your staff!
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