Asbestos Survey in Irlam, Designed for Your Peace of Mind

Asbestos Survey in IrlamAn asbestos survey in Irlam is designed to help ensure safety and compliance. Asbestos was used in building materials with an excellent result. A great additive, it assisted for insulation, strength and more. However, it was discovered that when asbestos fibres are inhaled, it causes deadly diseases and cancer. When asbestos ages or is damaged, it becomes friable. It is then when it becomes dangerous. Unsuspecting people inhale the airborne fibres which then lodge in the lining of the lungs. There is no cure for asbestos related disease.

For property owners in Irlam, an asbestos survey is an integral part of managing the asbestos in your building. Asbestos was commonly used as a building material additive, and as such, many buildings have asbestos-containing materials. This is especially true of buildings erected prior to 2000. Undamaged asbestos can remain in place. This can be done if it is unlikely that it will be disturbed in the future, including during maintenance of the building. An asbestos survey can determine the placement and extent of damage of any asbestos-containing materials in your building. It is, however, best to use the services of qualified and experienced surveyors.

If you need an asbestos survey in Irlam, our qualified and skilled team of surveyors are available to assist. With many years of experience, skill and knowledge, they are the people to use for your building. For more details about our asbestos surveys, or to set up an appointment, contact ACS. We ensure that all the surveys we undertake comply with the guidelines as set out by the HSE. There is no cure for asbestos related diseases and cancers. The best thing you can do for yourself, and for those who occupy your building is take the threat of asbestos seriously. This begins with an asbestos survey. The survey will assist you in preparing a comprehensive and valid management plan. Not only will you meet your obligations as the duty holder, but you will also be taking the first step in keeping your building safe.