What is Artex and why do you need to have it removed?
Artex is a type of textured plaster that was popular in the 1970s and 1980s. It is made up of a mix of gypsum plaster, silica sand, and sometimes asbestos fibres. Over time, asbestos fibres can become airborne and inhaled, which can lead to serious health problems. As a result, it is important to have any Artex in your home removed by a professional before it becomes a hazard. Northampton Plasterers can remove Artex quickly and safely, so you can rest assured that your home is free of any potential hazards.
Hazards Associated with Artex
Artex has been the subject of numerous health concerns over the years, primarily due to its use of asbestos fibres. Breathing in these fibres can lead to a number of serious medical conditions such as asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma. Artex may also contain other hazardous compounds that can be released into the air during removal.
At Northampton Plasterers, we take great care when removing any type of textured plaster including Artex. Our team uses industry-leading safety equipment to ensure that any harmful substances are kept out of your home. We have access to state-of-the-art vacuums and filtration systems that remove all traces of dust or debris from our work area.
If you have any type of textured plaster in your home, we recommend having it removed by professionals like Northampton Plasterers to ensure your safety and the safety of your family. Contact us today for a free estimate and to learn more about how we can help with your Artex removal project.
Northampton Plasterers is a leading provider of high-quality textured plaster removal services, including Artex removal. Our team has years of experience working safely and efficiently on all types of projects, ensuring that your home remains free of any potential hazards. Available 24/7 for emergency jobs, we are dedicated to providing the best service possible at an affordable rate. Call us today to learn more about our services or to schedule your free estimate.
We have the experience and expertise necessary to ensure that your Artex removal project is completed quickly, safely, and efficiently. Our team uses industry-leading safety equipment to remove any hazardous substances from your home, including asbestos fibres. We also use advanced vacuuming and filtration systems to prevent dust or debris from being released into the air during our work.