There are different types of asbestos survey in Salford. During a survey, the surveyor will collect small samples from asbestos-containing materials, some of which are confirmed to contain the lethal element, and others are presumed to contain asbestos. He then will send the samples to a laboratory to verify the elements collected and make notes about the locations, the type of asbestos if known, its conditions, and so on. A survey is normally required when you are about to undertake refurbishment work or demolition work, especially if the building has been built prior to the 2000s.
The building manager is also required to have a management survey done to ensure that nobody is harmed by the presence of ACMs on the premises, and that it is not disturbed inadvertently, and that it remains in good condition, sealed away. In Salford, an asbestos survey is affordable. If you are looking for a reliable and expert company to assist you with a thorough and meticulous survey, you are more than welcome to contact us at ACS. Not only do we have a team of personnel trained as surveyors and removers but our personnel are equally trained to handle different situations such as when asbestos is disturbed and needs to be either sealed or disposed of in a safe and environmentally friendly manner. During the survey, there may be some destructive investigative type of work, unfortunately, this is a requirement when carrying out a survey. Our surveyors need to assess all the ACMs and the locations where they are more likely to be found. The only case when an asbestos survey is not required is when the work to be done is not outside the scope of the first assessment or when you are absolutely sure your building (most likely to have been constructed after 2000) does not contain any asbestos.
You won’t find a better company than ACS for a reliable and efficient asbestos survey in Salford. For more details on how we can assist you with an asbestos survey, contact ACS. We are also able to assist companies and property managers to comply with all asbestos and safety regulations.