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What do I do if I think my linoleum might have asbestos?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 27, 2012 01:01 AM
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Our house is vintage 1928 and has had some updates in the 1970's. we bought it last summer and want to update the kitchen and upstairs bath soon. the kitchen floor had new linoleum tiles put on top of old linoleum which sits on top of wood flooring (we can see by going into the basement and peering up underneath the kitchen area).




 

 

Our house is vintage 1928 and has had some updates in the 1970's. we bought it last summer and want to update the kitchen and upstairs bath soon. the kitchen floor had new linoleum tiles put on top of old linoleum which sits on top of wood flooring (we can see by going into the basement and peering up underneath the kitchen area).

First of all, don't try to do any type of removal, cutting, sanding or testing yourself.

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