From vast commercial properties to multi-storey flats, office blocks, and private residential homes, when asbestos was a commonly used insulating material in construction, no building type or property was safe. As such, the need for asbestos removal services today is widespread and constant – with our team working with both commercial and private property owners to identify, assess the stability of, and conduct safe removal of asbestos found in the walls, ceilings, and structure of their buildings.
Now considered a hazardous material which can cause and exacerbate serious health conditions, asbestos is at its most dangerous when broken up with particles able to be released into the air and breathed in by those living in or using the building – making stability assessments an important part of any asbestos survey.
Asbestos removal is the next step when any asbestos present is found to be damaged or broken down, or in the case of any pending renovation or demolition work on the building or property being surveyed. Keep reading to find out how we conduct our asbestos removal services and how to know if you need the expertise of our asbestos removal contractors in your building or home.