An asbestos survey in Doncaster ensures that your building is safe for the occupants. Most people are unaware of what asbestos looks like, or may have some idea of where it is found. The fact is, asbestos as widely used in the past as a building material additive. There were reasons for this as it has highly beneficial properties. Unfortunately, exposure to asbestos also leads to disease and cancer. Asbestos can be found in many parts of a building. The ceiling for example, likely has asbestos in it. It was also used in insulation, and in flooring. A large percentage of your building likely has asbestos within it. Asbestos is now banned. When asbestos is old or it is damaged, it will release its fibres into the air. If these are inhaled, they will cause deadly diseases and cancers.
There is no point in placing anyone’s life at risk. In Doncaster, an asbestos survey is the first step in ensuring the safety of your building. Most buildings erected prior to 2000 have asbestos in them. To make sure none of the asbestos is disturbed during normal occupation of a building, it is essential to find out where the asbestos is located and what sort of condition it is in. This is why an asbestos survey is so important. It is also a legal requirement, especially if you are planning on any renovation or demolition work in the future. The best step is to contact a professional company for an asbestos survey. This is where we are available to assist. We have a team of professional surveyors, all of whom have a wealth of experience concerning asbestos and asbestos surveys.
An asbestos survey in Doncaster is efficiently and thoroughly completed by our expert team. We have the knowledge, the experience and the skill to ensure the right asbestos survey for your building. For more information about our asbestos surveys, or to schedule your own asbestos survey, contact ACS right away. Forewarned is forearmed, and with a professional asbestos survey, you will be able to have the correct management plan in place. On top of that, you will ensure that both your building and its occupants are safe.