• Roof gutters can be made of asbestos cement
  • Deck under- sheeting
  • Pipe insulation
  • Roof felt and shingles
  • Incandescent light fixture backing
  • Artificial fireplace logs & ashes
  • Asbestos pad under the fireplace hearth
  • Insulation on electrical wires
  • Heat reflector for wood stove
  • Furnace duct tape
  • Loose, blown-in insulation, such as vermiculite
  • Asbestos can be found in stucco
  • Soffit boards can be made of asbestos cement or asbestos insulating board
  • Asbestos cement (transite) board siding & undersheeting
  • Window putty
  • Downpipes can be made of asbestos cement
  • Acoustic tiles
  • Backing behind recessed lighting
  • Textured or stipple-coated walls & ceilings
  • Gypsum board filling compound, and patching & joint compound for walls & ceilings
  • Boiler and furnace insulation
  • Flooring: vinyl tiles & linoleum sheet flooring; flooring adhesive
  • Main panel & fuse box; each fuse wire has an individual asbestos flash guard
  • Door and gasket covers
  • Outlets & switches

Please note:

This floor plan depicts a typical older home. Asbestos use has declined significantly; homes built before 1990 are more likely to contain asbestos products.
These products may contain asbestos, depending on the age of the building and the materials used to manufacture the product.

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