There's so much talk about asbestos, its dangers, and the need for making proper abatement, but most people don't bother about it until they suspect that their property may inhabit these dangerous fibers. If you are one of those people who have an older property and just had an asbestos inspection, you may be wondering what's next for your home. What will the abatement process entail and what's your role throughout the process?
Nowadays, it is common to find over-dyed carpets and rugs in Australian homes. It is becoming trendy because one can change the colour of their carpet cheaply. An over-dyed rug will undergo two treatments. The first phase involves stripping down the original colour using chemicals. The second step consists of the application of a vibrant-coloured dye that will make the carpet look like it has been painted using different tones of a single colour.