More than surface deep – check your soil for asbestos

Asbestos was once popular as a fire retardant element in the construction of old buildings and houses. Ever since it was phased out in 1989 and permanently banned in 2003, office managers and home owners have been arranging for asbestos removal services to protect their employees and family from health risks.

Asbestos in soil

Due to substandard practices and instances of people trying to remove asbestos themselves, some asbestos fibres get lost in the air and eventually drop on the ground. These bits and pieces of asbestos settle on the soil and are released again into the environment when disturbed.

Hazard to health and family

One of the dangers of asbestos is the confidence you have that it is not present in your current surroundings. When you feel assurance your kids can run around on the ground free from any exposure to asbestos, then it endangers them further. Children often let their curiosity get the better of them and this includes trying to play and enjoy the soil around your garden. Just a few seconds of asbestos fibre inhalation can start the process of damaging the lungs over a long period of time.

Soil needs to be checked

Asbestos Removals Australia are quality providers of services that test your house environment and surroundings for any indication of the presence of asbestos. They also have the proper training and equipment to deal with removal and disposal of even of large amounts of asbestos. During the procedure, the air is tested and the data is then analysed for efficient treatment.

The soil around your house is susceptible to having asbestos accumulated from years of not being inspected. To ensure the safety of your health, let professionals do the job while you wait. The same concept also applies to residents who own farms and other large areas of land

Asbestos Removals Australia is just a phone call away, or you may visit the website at www.asbestosremovalsaustralia.com.au for a free consultation.