At Revolve Asbestos Solutions, we specialise in identifying and managing asbestos in ceiling plaster, a common issue in many older buildings. Our team is highly trained in the intricacies of dealing with plaster ceilings and asbestos, understanding the risks and appropriate methods for safe management. We have extensive experience in handling asbestos in plaster, ensuring that our removal and treatment processes are thorough, safe, and compliant with current regulations.
Safe and Effective Asbestos Plaster Removal
Our approach to asbestos plaster removal is meticulous and tailored to each project's specific requirements. We understand that asbestos in ceiling plaster can pose significant health risks if disturbed or improperly handled. Therefore, our team uses the most advanced techniques and equipment to safely remove asbestos-containing plaster, ensuring that all work is carried out with minimal risk to building occupants and our workers.
Committed to Excellence in Asbestos Management
Choosing Revolve Asbestos Solutions means opting for a partner who values safety, quality, and environmental responsibility. We are committed to delivering the highest standard of service in every aspect of our work, from initial asbestos assessment to the final stages of removal and disposal. Our expertise in managing and removing asbestos in plaster and ceiling materials ensures that your property is safe, compliant, and free from asbestos-related hazards.
Asbestos was used in plaster to help insulate buildings and increase fire resistance. Unfortunately, this put people at risk of developing asbestos-related diseases, including a deadly cancer called mesothelioma. Asbestos plaster remains a health hazard due to its frequent use throughout residential and commercial buildings.
Various forms of plaster have been around for thousands of years, used in building construction, artistry, and even medical applications. Plaster starts as a pasty substance that’s made from minerals and water and dries into a sturdy, solid form.
The three most common types of plaster today include:
Until the mid-1980s, asbestos was commonly added to plaster. It was an inexpensive way to increase the plaster’s ability to insulate buildings and resist fire.
Asbestos continued to make its way into some types of plaster through cross-contamination despite its known danger.
When plaster with asbestos is disturbed, asbestos particles may become airborne and can be inhaled.
Today, people who are renovating or working on homes that have asbestos-containing plaster are also at risk. As plaster ages, it weakens and can break or crumble, releasing dangerous asbestos particles into the air.
If you are working on a business that may contain asbestos in plaster or any other construction materials, it’s critical that you protect yourself with proper ventilation masks and contact Revolve Asbestos Solutions to reveiw and acess the risks in involved..