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A DIY Guide to Sampling

Asbestos is a hazardous material that was once commonly used in construction materials. If you suspect that there may be asbestos in your home, it is important to take steps to sample it safely and correctly. At we will walk you through the process of sampling asbestos in your own home. We will provide tips on how to avoid exposure and how to get the most accurate results from your samples. Let’s get started!

The first thing you need to do if you suspect asbestos in your home is to identify the material that may contain asbestos. Common materials that may contain asbestos include insulation, flooring tiles, and siding. If you can’t identify the material, it’s best to err on the side of caution and assume that it does contain asbestos.


Once you have identified the material, the next step is to gather your sampling supplies. You will need a dust mask, gloves, and a sealable plastic bag. It is also helpful to have a wet rag or sponge on hand to dampen the area before you start sampling. This will help to keep the asbestos fibers from becoming airborne.

To take a sample, use a sharp knife or razor blade to cut out a small piece of the material. Place the sample in the plastic bag and seal it tightly. Be sure to label the bag with the date, location, and type of material sampled.

Now that you have your sample, it’s time to send it off for testing. You can send it to a certified asbestos testing lab or you can test it yourself with an at-home asbestos test kit. We recommend sending it to a lab for the most accurate results.

When sending your sample off for testing, be sure to include all of the information from your label. This will help the laboratory properly identify your sample and provide you with accurate results.