Having Your Tile Professionally Removed Protects Your Health in These 3 Ways

Are you thinking about replacing the tile flooring in your  home? While you may save money, keep in mind there are dangers associated with such renovations, including breathing in the dust produced.

Protect your health by having flooring specialists remove that old flooring. Here are some reasons having the flooring professionally removed protects your health.

1. Toxic Dust Particulates Can Cause Health Issues
Breathing in those particulates can trigger an asthma attack. If you have a tendency toward this condition, have the tile removed by professionals instead. That way you can avoid the many problems associated with breathing in these particulates including pneumonia and hay fever as well as a nagging cough that won't go away.

2. Only Half of the Debris is Soil
Half of the particulates stirred up when you remove tiles from your home is soil tracked in by your shoes. The other half, however, contains more harmful elements such as food products and skin cells as well as mold. Side effects of breathing in mold include coughing and shortness of breath. Avoid these by calling the professionals.

3. The Particles Contain Fungi and Bacteria as Well as Chemicals
The soil particles you stir up and consequently breathe also contain fungi and bacteria. By breathing in fungi, you can develop sinusitis. Breathing in bacteria can harm your lungs and lead to shortness of breath. This toxic matter also contains harmful chemicals such as silica. If you breathe in too much silica, you can develop lung disease and even get scarring in your lungs known as pulmonary fibrosis.

While it's tempting to save money by removing that flooring yourself, you may expose yourself to harmful elements that could have long-range detrimental effects on your health. Protect your health and the well-being of those you love by having professionals remove that flooring for you.

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