While death is inevitable, losing a loved one can be a heart-breaking experience. That's especially true if you remember the exciting memories, experiences and things you shared. After paying your last respects to your loved one, you should consider deceased estate cleaning. However, this process can seem like a daunting task if you lack a proper clean-up plan.
Therefore, if you want to have an easier time during the deceased estate clean-up, here is a simple guide and tips to consider:
Asbestos comes in friable and non-friable forms. Non-friable asbestos is bonded with other materials such as cement; therefore, it does not release its fibres into the air. However, if these materials break down, asbestos can release tiny fibres into the air. Non-friable asbestos is found in older homes, especially in construction materials such as roofing sheets, cement fencing, floor tiles, bitumen products, ceilings and wall materials. Although non-friable asbestos poses a lower health risk due to its bonded state, the factors below necessitate its removal.