Asbestos Health Risk In Your Textured Ceiling


Asbestos has been in the past used in many industries like the building and construction industries. Its been used in ceiling and floor tiles, paints, coatings, adhesives, plastics, and more. In 1989, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) banned all new uses of asbestos; however, uses developed before 1989 are still allowed. People may be exposed to asbestos in their workplace, their communities, or their homes. If products containing asbestos are disturbed, tiny asbestos fibers are released into the air. When asbestos fibers are breathed in, they may get trapped in the lungs and remain there for a long time. Over time, these fibers can accumulate and cause scarring and inflammation which can affect breathing and lead to serious health problems, cancer, and death. One of the most common places to find asbestos in the home on the outside of the wall is in textured coatings watch this video for the pros and cons of removing contaminated textured and popcorn ceilings from your home. If you want to remove textured coating in your home but can not afford a professional EcoSolve Americas has the solution. Home Strip X-Tex Textured Coating Remover is an Eco-friendly water based remover designed to keep the material wet during the removal process to prevent harmful dust from being released into the air. Home Strip products are environmentally friendly and solvent free for more info please visit


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