When it is time for an asbestos survey in Eccles, use a company that has many years of experience and a highly trained team of surveyors. An asbestos survey is necessary if you own an older building, and you are planning on renovating it. The purpose of an asbestos survey is to determine if there are asbestos-containing materials present, the amount and their condition. It is your responsibility as the property owner to ensure that the building is safe for the occupants, including visitors such as workmen.
Asbestos-containing materials were used for a wide range of construction purposes until 1999. In Eccles, as asbestos survey will provide information on whether asbestos is, or is likely to be, present in the buildings. This will assist in providing an assessment. The assessment will provide a guide concerning the risk the asbestos presents, and will dictate the appropriate measures to use to manage those risks. If the asbestos-containing materials within your building are in a good condition and it is unlikely that they will be disturbed, they do not present a risk. On the other hand, if they are in a poor condition, disturbed or damaged, they are then regarded as dangerous. This is because asbestos fibres could be released into the air, and if inhaled, will cause disease and cancer.
An asbestos survey in Eccles is best carried out by a professional team with extensive about asbestos. The survey has to provide sufficient information for a risk assessment, asbestos register and management plan to be prepared. We offer different types of asbestos surveys. These include the management survey and the refurb/demolition survey. The management survey is the more common survey, and it is necessary to ensure that no one is harmed by the presence of asbestos-containing materials in your building, that they remain in good condition, and that nobody disturbs it accidentally. For more details or assistance regarding an asbestos survey, contact ACS. The surveys provided by our expert team comply with the regulations set out by the HSE.