A Brief Background About Loose Fill Asbestos Insulation
New South Wales (NSW) homes have had many news stories about many encounters of loose fill asbestos insulation. NSW’s state Government made an agreement to attempt to purchase and then destroy all of those homes.
New South Wales and Airsafe
The NSW Government decided to set up a temporary complimentary testing program. Airsafe has been massively participating in this program. Airsafe has dealt with many NSW homeowners who suffered from anxiety due to the chances of them living in asbestos contaminated homes.
One good thing that you should know is that large amount of homes are not affected by loose fill asbestos insulation. There are some ways that exist to save your family if you are suspicious about loose fill asbestos possibly being in your home. In the 1960s and 1970s, a small group of businesses used loose fill asbestos for insulation which is a very treacherous thing to do.
Should Loose Fill Asbestos Be Taken As A Serious
Loose fill asbestos is a dangerous form of asbestos used for insulation by a small group of companies in the 1960s and 1970s. No significant threat is presented by loose fill asbestos that is remains undisturbed. Due to the fact of it being loose and very easy to crumble, dealing loose-fill asbestos insulation has a high level of caution that is recommended for homeowners. Fibro is a less dangerous form of asbestos because it bonded together; unlike loose fill asbestos. If you think you have loose fill asbestos existing in your house, the first thing you must do is get it tested. This is where Airsafe comes in handy by providing asbestos testing in a NATA-accredited lab.