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by Wendy Stackhouse ยท August 24, 2012

VIDEO: Alliance Removing Vinyl Asbestos Tile and Mastic Adhesive

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Our new YouTube Channel is up and we posted our first video today!

Watch and learn about how we tackle a Vinyl Asbestos Tile and its Mastic Adhesive project. Our narrator explains the steps and the materials used and you can see how the area is prepared, cleaned and made ready for new flooring to be installed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bFgNyfjiKk

Remember, any building or decorating materials containing asbestos are not safe to remove yourself. Don't pull up that asbestos tile and throw it in the trash! Even one fiber of asbestos inhaled can cause health problems many years down the road. Asbestos is a known carcinogen and there is no safe level of exposure.

You can see in this video that not only is the rest of the room protected from exposure to the asbestos fibers in the flooring, but our workers are well-protected, too. There is no way for an amateur to adequately protect themselves and their environment from asbestos contamination and the results of exposure can be dire.

Protect yourself, your family and the workers that will come in to put in your beautiful new flooring from asbestos-related disease. Call a professional Asbestos Abatement company like Alliance Environmental Group. Our teams come to your site and remove all asbestos and asbestos-related material quickly, efficiently and safely. Contact us!

Happy Weekend!

Wendy Stackhouse is the Online Community Manager for Alliance Environmental Group and AirTek Indoor Air Solutions. We welcome your comments and questions! For more news and tips or talk to our experts, Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter! For updates on indoor air challenges, Like us at AirTek on Facebook!

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