If you need an asbestos survey in Salford, we can assist. We provide detailed and comprehensive asbestos surveys that are suitable for both the industrial and commercial sectors. Our highly qualified asbestos surveyors have a wealth of experience in the trade, and they will provide an inclusive and cost effective survey. They will also offer valuable advice and recommendations for the best course of action.
Properties built before 2000 are likely to contain asbestos. In Salford, an asbestos survey is a legal requirement, especially if your building is an older building, and if you are considering renovations in the foreseeable future. Asbestos was used as a ‘miracle’ material, particularly as an addition to building materials. Cheap and easily accessible, it added strength, durability, as well as insulating and fire retardant properties to the building materials. However, it was discovered that prolonged exposure to asbestos caused incurable disease and cancer, notably malignant mesothelioma and asbestosis. While asbestos in itself is not dangerous, it is when it is damaged, and disturbed that it is a huge problem. The damaged asbestos releases fibres which can be inhaled. Once inhaled they embed in the lining of the lungs and so cause cancer and disease.
An asbestos survey in Salford must be conducted by a professional company. If you need an asbestos survey, contact ACS today. Our skilled and experienced surveyors will perform a thorough survey with an understandable report detailing the best course of action. Our aim is to assist you remain compliant with the legal requirements so that the asbestos in your building is correctly managed, and so the occupants remain safe. We work closely with well-established asbestos removal companies, and should any asbestos in your building needs to be removed, we can refer you to the best removal company for this. Our standard survey is a management survey. The purpose of this is to locate any asbestos containing materials within your property that could be damaged if disturbed during normal occupancy, and to assess the condition thereof. If you have any questions about asbestos, you are also welcome to ask our professionals.