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Asbestos Surveys In Westminster

Asbestos has become somewhat of a black mark in the history of the construction industry – cited by homeowners, buyers, and developers are something to fear and steer clear of. But what is it, why is it so dangerous, and what do you do if it’s present in your property? These are all questions that our team can and will answer for you when you book an asbestos survey in Westminster.

The history of asbestos and why our surveys matter

Westminster is one of the most highly coveted postcodes and places to live in the whole of the South East of England – but with its traditional townhouses and old properties, it is not without its challenges and potential issues. For those who live in or own properties that were built prior to 2000, asbestos represents a very real and potentially debilitating threat, which needs to be managed in the right way by trained professionals. Once a popular material in the construction industry, used for its insulating properties on the insides of walls and ceiling cavities, asbestos became banned in the late 1990s once it was found to be directly linked to health conditions and respiratory issues. Noted as being at its most dangerous when broken down into small airborne particles which can be breathed in, an asbestos survey is the safest and most efficient way of identifying both the presence and stability of the material in a property, so that it may be effectively managed or removed for the safety of residents.
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Our asbestos surveys in Westminster culminate in a report which either outlines the ongoing management plan for asbestos present or upgrades the project to an asbestos removal service – the latter also being required in the case of renovation or demolition work on a property.

What do I need to do?

If you think there could be asbestos present in your property, or if your property or a building you own was constructed prior to 2000, then you may be overdue an asbestos survey. Once you get in touch with us, our team will book a site visit and initial consultation, during which time we will advise you on the best procedure for your asbestos survey.

It is important to note that you do not need to have confirmation that asbestos is present in order to book a survey – our team are on hand to offer the advice and information you need, whether or not asbestos is found.

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