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Re: Asbestos air ducts

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This subect is pretty beat to death. My fathers friend was a salesman for an asbestos company in Canada . When we were kids he gave us asbestos paperweights . They were green ,brown , and red layers to show you that you could order the asbestos in various colors. Later the same guy went into the auto salvage business . Molson beer came along and wanted to buy the land his yard was on . After that he was a millionaire. He retired and got lung cancer. He was only in and out of the asbestos plant. As bI remember him as a kid he did smoke [ as did everyone back then]. As an electrician I will encounter it on roof jobs. [small fibers sticking up from the tar. Pipe insulation [ gets disturbed by people hitting it with other pipes being installed]. Drill through asbestos blocks under heaters in older buildings.] I try top know when to ID it and in some buildings I can actually smell it in the air . {Boilerooms]]. Whatever I have breathed in fine for me . But the one thing I don't want to do is get it on my clothes and expose my family to it. If you want to wet it down and rip it out without air sampling you can't tell how good and thorough you were. I still say short of paying an abatement contractor alot of money just duct tape over it with a little disturbance as possible.. I know I gots me lots of typos cause I'm going to buy new glasses now. I just hope I am not bitten by a brown asbestos coated LSD influnced spider on the way. Then I will pick up my new glass beads that I got ripped off on the price. So the whole point IS don't breath any asbestos.

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