Borders, language, culture
Always something. So I'm doing a remodel on the house I grew up in. Built in 1961. Half of the floors were hardwood and the other half are vinyl sheet. The original vinyl flooring was covered with more linoleum in the late 70s. Fast forward to today. I have purchased vinyl plank and will be doing the entire house in it. I started to take up the flooring (wearing a good respirator) in the kitchen where my island will be. I thought it would be prudent to send a piece of the flooring off for testing. Well, it came back containing 10% Chrysotile, a form of asbestos. Does anyone know someone in the Angleton area to remove it? I have read where Chrysotile is not as dangerous as other forms of asbestos, but I don't want to chance anything. Covering it up with another floor really isn't an option because the flooring from the 70s is starting to turn loose in places.