We recently bought a condo (built in 1969) that had 10% Chrysotile asbestos in the "acoustic ceiling". Has anyone had this removed with radiant heating (in the ceiling)?
We are concerned that the removal may damage the heating unit, and that having a smooth surface or retexturing won't be possible due to the heating.
Anyone have any experience with this situation and whether or not it can be done with no damage to the heating unit and whether or not the ceiling can be refinished once the popcorn is removed?
I have searched the archives and all over the Internet, but haven't found any information for this scenario.
Any feedback would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance!
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