I need help from a professional. My kitchen is currently under renovation. The contractor I hired supposes to replace all the cabinet and the counter top. In the process of removing the old counter top, they ripped a big hole from the sheet rock behind the back splash. The electric wire, the insulation, the copper pipe and the sheet rock has been exposed. I demanded to fix the wall before putting the new counter top. They fixed the hole by nailing a pine wood just to cover partial of the hole. And then they put back the new counter top which cover all the holes on the wall but there is a gap between the wall and the back splash. My question is for the short/long term, will it cause health problem? I have a 17 months old baby with ezcema (eczema) in the house, will it cause her health? Will it end up with asbestos damage? Thank you for your time.
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