For a comprehensive, affordable asbestos survey in Sandbach use the services of a reputable company. We at ACS have assisted many property owners with asbestos surveys. An asbestos survey is of high importance if you are planning on renovating or demolishing the building on your property. Older buildings are likely to have some form of asbestos-containing material in the structure. The reason for this is that asbestos was regarded as a ‘miracle’ building material due to its many favourable properties. Unfortunately, it was also discovered that the long term exposure to asbestos caused disease and cancer.
For property owners in Sandbach, an asbestos survey is necessary to ensure that you meet current legislation. We can assist you by providing a clear understandable asbestos survey and provide guidance on how to manage the asbestos on your property. Should it be necessary that the asbestos needs to be removed, we can recommend a professional company to complete this. Asbestos itself is not dangerous. It is when it is old or damaged that it poses a lethal health threat. This is because its fibres become airborne and are likely to be inhaled by the occupants of the building. Once the fibres are inhaled they can become lodged in the lining of the lungs and cause cancer, asbestosis and mesothelioma. Unfortunately, there is no cure for this, but the symptoms can be alleviated.
An asbestos survey in Sandbach is not a DIY job. It is imperative that only a qualified and experienced surveyor conduct the survey. For more information about our surveys, contact ACS. We offer a number of different asbestos surveys, each of which is professionally and expertly done by our team. The standard survey that we offer is the management survey. This survey is intended to locate the presence, as well as the extent of any suspected asbestos-containing materials in the building that are likely to be disturbed or damaged in the foreseeable future. We also offer a refurb/demolition survey which is necessary should there be renovations planned for the building. Acknowledge your responsibilities as a duty holder and speak to ACS for an asbestos survey.