Asbestos Survey in Scunthorpe – a Necessary Procedure

Asbestos Survey in Scunthorpe An asbestos survey in Scunthorpe is a necessary procedure before any demolition or renovation project begins. It is also advisable to arrange an asbestos survey for smaller scale building changes, such as plumbing and geyser replacements, since many old pipes and geysers contain asbestos in their insulation. Asbestos was regarded as the ‘miracle’ building material, and was used as an additive in many building materials. If you live in an older house, it is very likely that there is asbestos present.

However, there is no need to panic if you suspect there is asbestos in your building. In Scunthorpe, an asbestos survey can determine the presence of asbestos, the quantity, and the risk of its presence. Many homes and old buildings contain asbestos in their structure and are perfectly habitable and risk-free. However, this is only achieved by awareness and careful management of the asbestos-containing material. We are experienced professionals with an extensive knowledge of all asbestos related matters, and can provide not only asbestos surveys, but advice, management guidelines, and any assistance you may need. We guarantee comprehensive results, and are committed to managing and controlling the exposure to asbestos.

Each and every asbestos survey in Scunthorpe that we conduct is completed in accordance with the HSG264 guidance notes issued by the HSE. If you believe you need an asbestos survey for your building, contact ACS today. We have a number of different types of surveys, each for a specific need. Our Management Asbestos Survey is ideal for individual homeowners, as it is designed to inform you about the quantity and condition of present asbestos, with instructions or recommendations on its proper management. The Refurbishment and Demolition Survey aims to identify and quantify only, before removal works are conducted. Sometimes asbestos does need to be removed from a building to avoid severe health implications. An asbestos survey is essential in identifying the presence of asbestos before it becomes a threat, and should be done by qualified professionals. We will provide a comprehensive survey report that leaves you with a clear understanding of your situation and how to manage any asbestos present.