When you need an asbestos survey in Cheadle, help is available. We have both the experience and expertise to undertake your survey. As we work to the highest of standards, we will make sure that you have all the information you need to manage your asbestos. If you are wondering why you need an asbestos survey, asbestos has the potential to be very dangerous. It is comprised of tiny fibres that can become airborne. These fibres can be breathed in and can become lodged in the lungs. They can cause inflammation and fatal diseases such as lung cancer and asbestosis. Asbestos becomes dangerous when it is damaged or disturbed. If it is left alone it is not inherently dangerous. It is only when it is old, is damaged or disturbed that it poses a threat to all in the building.
If you suspect you have asbestos on your property in Cheadle, as asbestos survey can provide the answers. Our expert team will perform a thorough check of your property, identifying the existence of any asbestos, and highlighting the condition it is in. Once you have this information, we can assist to prepare an appropriate management plan. As the property owner, you have a responsibility towards your employees and occupants on the property. Apart from your legal responsibility, you have a moral responsibility to make sure everyone is protected from the potential dangers of asbestos. In the past, the danger of asbestos was not well understood. This resulted in many people who have passed away from asbestos related causes. Fortunately, today the dangers of asbestos exposure are better understood and plans to help prevent exposure are put into place.
A thorough asbestos survey in Cheadle is undertaken by our professional team. We can assist you with the right survey for your particular requirements. For more information on our asbestos surveys, contact ACS. We work according to the directives as set out by the HSE. You can rely on our professionalism, expertise, and customer satisfaction. Once you have the necessary information, it is easy to manage your asbestos.