Palster asbestos removal
Why remove asbestos?
Until the arrival of gypsum (or more usually called gyproc), asbestos was commonly used, especially in the 19th century, with the practices of mixing plaster during the great waves of house construction in Quebec. Although asbestos has been banned since 1985, many residents are still exposed to it in large cities or in the regions, without their knowledge.
Indeed, the renovations that occurred in the urban and central districts of most major Quebec cities, before the 60s, during which plasterboard came to replace cement and asbestos mixtures, which can be harmful to your health and that of your family.
Asbestos fibers are easily breathed in and transported to the lower part of the lungs. The consequences are as varied as: