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From: Bracewell, Robert
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2006 6:34 AM
Just got a question and don’t know where to go with it. I am a member of a non profit organization/fraternity type, and we are in the process of selling our building. This building is over 5000 sf and the buyer hired an inspector. The report I got a copy of is to say the least in my opinion sub standard and has no pics or explanatory details of findings, just recommendations. There are several things that I can probably sufficiently explain away, but he recommends removal of approximately 300-400sf of asbestos tile that has nothing wrong with it. It’s nonfriable and could easily be tiled over if so desired. What can I tell our buyer to ease their conscious about this and do you have reference material? I remember in my training from inspection depot that if the tile is not damaged and has good adhesion, it’s not a problem. Is this correct?*
- Very Respectfully
Robert Bracewell @ On the level home inspection.
Cell (904) 629-2779*