Protect Your Restaurant And Patrons With Commercial Asbestos Abatement

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Protect Your Restaurant And Patrons With Commercial Asbestos Abatement

20 January 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog


If you own an older building that your restaurant is housed in, you may be surprised to learn that you could have asbestos in a variety of places throughout the building. Used mainly as a fireproofing material on steel beams and columns, it can also be found wrapped around pipes for better insulation. You might even have tiles made out of asbestos on an old tile floor. When you go to do a renovation, you may discover asbestos tiles below your existing floor or find that a pipe in your basement is becoming unwrapped and asbestos is now exposed. In order to properly remove asbestos, you need commercial asbestos removal services to take care of the problem for you.

Protect Your Restaurant from Asbestos Fibers

You need a commercial asbestos abatement company to remove any asbestos that is discovered because you want to protect the interior of your restaurant from any stray fibers that might break free if you do the job yourself. It is dangerous to breathe in asbestos fibers, and you need to have the right equipment to take care of asbestos safely. If you discover asbestos in any area where you have food storage, you may need to get rid of your food supply until the asbestos problem is managed.

The Health of Your Building

If you uncover asbestos tile during a renovation, it's important to contact a commercial asbestos removal company to deal with the asbestos for you. Once the asbestos is gone, you can continue with your renovation safely. While you might be tempted to pull up asbestos tiles on your own, this is not going to be a safe move. The health of your overall building is important. If you pull up asbestos tiles, you can release asbestos fibers into the air that you can't see. 

When Pipes Are Wrapped with Asbestos

When you have pipes that are wrapped with asbestos, they are generally wrapped tight and no asbestos fibers are getting loose. As the wrapping gets older, it may become less secure and start to shed fibers. If you find wrapped pipes in your basement that have loose insulation, have a commercial asbestos abatement professional come and check to see what is going on. You may be able to have your pipes wrapped without removing the asbestos, or your asbestos removal company may recommend a complete replacement of all the insulation on your pipes to keep your restaurant safe.

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