Bought a 40 year home with old vinyl tile in basement laundry room and basement bedroom. We initially brushed off asbestos concern because previous homeowners already removed majority of the main basement floor tile due to an electrical issue which caused a flood but we needed to remove tile from the 2 other rooms. I started removing the tile with a long chisel but it would only break into little pieces. My kids would sweep the remnants as I was chipping away at it. This happened for a total of 6-7 hours over 3 days. It wasn't until after I was done that the thought of it being asbestos crept into my mind. I think because at one point there was so much dust I was blowing it out of my nose at the end of the day. The vinyl tile contained no backing/padding and it was directly applied over concrete. The test results came back and glue does not contain asbestos but tile does contain 2% Chrysotile. We consulted with an expert and we are now in wet clean up mode. I'm looking for any advice as to what I should do next. Are me and my kids at risk? I was the one that was exposed to it the most (6-7 hours)...my kids maybe 3 hours. Was the majority of the dust concrete, glue and asbestos? Luckily we have not moved in yet. Would you invest in a quality air test after everything has been wet cleaned? Thanks in advance.