DO I need to send it away to be tested?
Also, I looked again at the floor, that linoleum rolls up the side of the wall and the white part isnt a cap, its part of the lin.
Im not sure what you mean by a strip on top of the vinyl on the floor....
Im not sure I understand. I want to remove the flooring, how does bringing the color back help there?
Also, for asbestos issues, would I need to send a piece of it away to be checked?
That may be but there are laws that cover how it is to be handled and is the HO willing to take the chances.Asbestos is one of the most overblown scares in all of history
Linoleum was seriously out of favor, especially your style in the '80s. . When you ask about material composition and expectations for demolition WHEN that material was manufactured and installed is...........EVERYTHING. It's easy to find the original construction date of your home. Depending on whereabouts you live in Pittsburgh it could very well be a much older home construction.I have no clue how old it is to be honest.......I am guessing 60s maybe? Could be 80s, I have not a clue!!!