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Professional Asbestos Inspector

Professional asbestos inspectors can help change the future. By successfully locating and removing asbestos, they may be helping thousands of people avoid deadly exposure in their homes, businesses, and schools. Sadly, the presence of asbestos was so widespread 30 years ago, that millions of people were exposed without even knowing the dangers. Now thousands of people are falling victim to deadly lung problems, kidney problems, and cancers as result.

If you or your loved one has recently been diagnosed with an asbestos related disease, fill out the contact form for the Asbestos & Mesothelioma Help Center to receive more information on your legal rights.

What Does a Professional Asbestos Inspector Do?

An inspector is hired to locate all forms and locations of asbestos on a property. Common materials containing asbestos include insulation, counter tops, vinyl flooring, machinery, brake pads, cement, and roofing tiles. The following will be expected of an asbestos inspector.

  • Takes sample of materials
  • Tests machinery for asbestos hazards
  • Follow-up on status of asbestos removal
  • Rights reports on presence of asbestos and the status of removal

A professional asbestos inspector is a difficult job that comes with many health dangers. Therefore, inspectors are required to wear masks that prevent asbestos inhalation.

For More Information

Asbestos related diseases often do not present any symptoms until decades after exposure. If you or your loved one is coping with asbestosis, mesothelioma, or related health concerns, it is important to ensure that you are properly informed about your legal rights. Fill out the contact form for the Asbestos & Mesothelioma Help Center today.

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