Your family is important to you. Everyone loves their family and wants the best for them, and you would never do anything to hurt them intentionally. With that being said, asbestos exposure is a real danger to you and your family. Your entire family can be exposed inside your home – the one place that should be your safe haven. There are ways to prevent asbestos exposure inside your home and protect your family in the process. Below, we will discuss the best ways to protect yourself from asbestos exposure.

Asbestos Testing

Asbestos testing is the one true way to know if your home contains asbestos. Without a test, you cannot tell. Asbestos is combined with other materials, so you cannot see it, taste it, or smell it. It is truly a silent killer. With asbestos testing, your property will be inspected, and samples will be acquired. These samples will be sent to a lab for accurate testing. If you own a home, you should have an asbestos inspection and test completed on the property. Even if you own a newer home, an asbestos test can ease your mind and let you know you are doing everything you can to protect your family.


Remodels are one of the main ways that people are exposed to asbestos in their homes. Asbestos is not a genuine threat until it is disturbed. Remodels usually involve removing materials and replacing them. Asbestos fibers are tiny, and once broken apart, they float through the air or sit in the dust on a surface. You can ingest asbestos fibers through your mouth or nose without knowing. This is highly dangerous. Before you decide to do a remodel, have an asbestos inspection completed.

As you can see, asbestos is dangerous. It causes respiratory problems, cancers, and death. Protecting your family should always be at the top of your list. Asbestos Abatement Services is available to help you with all of your asbestos removal and testing needs!