You will need an asbestos survey in Whitehead if you are planning on renovating your building. This is even more essential if yours is an older building, constructed before the 1980’s. Asbestos is dangerous. It is dangerous when it is damaged or disturbed and its fibres become airborne. These fibres can be inhaled by unsuspecting people who are then susceptible to life threatening diseases and cancer. Asbestos causes diseases like asbestosis, mesothelioma and cancer of the lungs, and the stomach lining. Why put yourself and those who work in your building at risk?
Your building may have been cared for before you purchased it. However, in Whitehead, an asbestos survey is still necessary, regardless of how well it was maintained. If you need a professional company to assist and guide you regarding an asbestos survey, speak to our team at ACS. We provide a range of asbestos related services, and these include comprehensive asbestos surveys. Our surveyors are all highly trained, experienced and qualified. We would propose, as you are planning on renovating your building, a refurb/demolition survey. This survey is necessary before any renovations take place. The purpose of this survey is to note areas of damage, or where additional asbestos debris could possibly be found. An intrusive survey, it will involve destructive inspection, if it is necessary, to gain access to all parts of your building. Should asbestos-containing material be found within your building, it will need to be removed, and for this, we can refer you to an asbestos removal company. We only work with fully qualified asbestos removal company to ensure safety and professionalism.
An asbestos survey in Whitehead is a necessary initial step of your renovation work. For more information about our asbestos surveys, contact ACS. We are happy to manage your asbestos survey from beginning to end. This will give you peace of mind that it will be done in a professional and cost effective manner. We will also keep you informed of every stage. Regardless of the type of asbestos survey that is required for your property, we ensure that it conforms to the HSG264 industry standard as laid down by the HSE.