My husband I just purchased a home that was built in 1950. My husband started tearing up the kitchen vinyl floor (which has plywood underneath, then bakelite floor tiles, then hardwood). He pulled up a small section of all levels of the floor down to the hardwoods. He stopped because he realized that the bakelite most likely contained asbestos. He came home and started researching ****** and found out that the bakelite did contain asbestos and that probably the vinyl on top most likely contained asbestos also. His plan is to stop tearing it up and just cover it all with plywood and then put a new floor on top of the floating plywood. Would this encapsulate the asbestos enough to make it safe? Getting it removed by a professional is way out of our budget right now so we are trying to make it as safe as possible so that we can get moved in to the house. We have two little children so we need to do this right.