HSE Licensed Asbestos Removals In London
At London Asbestos, we understand that asbestos removals in your London property can be a daunting and challenging process. That’s why our team of experienced professionals are here to help. We offer fully licensed asbestos removals, ensuring that any hazardous materials are carefully removed and disposed of safely and responsibly. Our team is highly-trained with over 30 years industry experience and understands all the regulations associated with asbestos removals in the UK.
Following current legislation, our trained asbestos staff perform remedial works on all types of asbestos across London, Essex and the surrounding counties, keeping a safe environment for property workers and residents.
We offer asbestos removal services for all commercial and residential property types, including garage roofs, floor tiles and water tanks.
Over 30 Years Experience in Asbestos
London Asbestos Ltd offers a complete range of asbestos services, from repairing minor textured coating damage or removal of asbestos cement products to the complete removal of all asbestos identified in a large-scale refurbishment demolition survey
London Asbestos are leading experts you can trust to handle existing asbestos removals on your premises. Not only do we provide a commercial and domestic removal, collection and disposal service but also ensure the highest levels of safety and professionalism during every stage of the process. Our experience in dealing with ACMs means that you can relax knowing that all regulations and guidelines are being followed. We will also provide you with an asbestos certificate so that you can rest assured the job has been completed satisfactorily.
Having your premises professionally cleared of asbestos not only provides peace of mind but is essential for health and safety reasons. With our comprehensive removal service, we make sure that all asbestos is correctly disposed of in accordance with current guidelines and regulations. Furthermore, our team of professionals are fully trained and certified to ensure that the job is carried out efficiently and safely.
London Asbestos provide the best long-term asbestos removal solutions to any size business and residential customers to manage their asbestos.
London Asbestos will provide a no-obligation free quotation for asbestos removal and all your asbestos work needed.
Asbestos Garage Roofs
Asbestos is a highly hazardous material that was commonly used in construction up until the year 2000. Asbestos Cement was used on garage roofs as part of the roof sheeting. However, asbestos is now known to cause serious health issues, particularly when its fibres are released into the air and inhaled. This is why it’s important to recognise the signs of asbestos in your garage roof and take appropriate measures to ensure safe removal.
If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to call a professional asbestos removal service immediately. Attempting to remove asbestos yourself can be extremely dangerous and should never be attempted without the proper equipment and training.
Remember, prevention is always better than cure when it comes to asbestos. Regularly inspect your garage roof for signs of damage or wear and tear to catch any potential issues early on. And if you’re planning on renovating or replacing your garage roof, make sure to get it checked for asbestos beforehand.
With proper care and attention, you can get rid of your garage roof and the associated health risks for good. Our professional asbestos removal service will bring all the necessary equipment and protective gear to ensure a safe and thorough removal process. And after the removal is complete, we take extra precautions to clean up any lingering dust or debris, ensuring that your property is safe from asbestos.
In accordance with regulations on asbestos removal, you will also receive a certificate from London Asbestos within 14 days of removal, confirming that your asbestos has been legally and safely disposed of. This certification is not only important for your own peace of mind, but also for potential buyers or tenants in the future.
Asbestos Water Tanks
Finding out that you have an asbestos water tank that needs removing can be a daunting thought. With the growing awareness of the dangers of handling anything containing asbestos, it’s important to take the necessary precautions when dealing with these types of materials.
At London Asbestos, we understand the importance of safe removal and disposal of asbestos water tanks, down pipes and guttering. Our team has all the necessary PPE and materials to ensure that the survey and removal process is carried out safely and efficiently.
But why exactly was asbestos used in water tanks? Asbestos was a highly favoured material for the manufacture of hot and cold water tanks not only in residential properties around the UK, but also heavily used in a wide range of commercial buildings. Its high resistance to heat and corrosion made it a popular choice for use in water tanks.
However, with the discovery of the harmful effects of asbestos on human health, its use has been banned in many countries including the UK since 1999. This means that any water tank containing asbestos needs to be removed and disposed of properly by licensed professionals.
One of the most common uses of asbestos was in flooring tiles. In fact, many buildings constructed from the 1920s to the late 1990s may still have asbestos floor tiles in place. While undisturbed tiles pose little risk, any disturbance or damage can release harmful fibres into the air.
This is why it is important for proper removal and disposal of asbestos floor tiles. If you need help with removing and disposing of these hazardous materials, London Asbestos is here for you. Our experienced team is equipped to handle the safe removal and proper disposal of asbestos-containing floor tiles in both domestic and commercial properties.
It is worth noting that it is not uncommon to find multiple layers of asbestos-containing floor tiles, as removing even just one layer can be a challenging task. This highlights the importance of hiring professionals who have the necessary training and equipment to safely remove and dispose of asbestos tiles.
Attempting to remove them yourself or covering them up with new flooring can actually do more harm than good.
Furthermore, it is important for commercial property owners to regularly check for any signs of damage or disturbance in asbestos-containing floor tiles. For ongoing safety, it is recommended to have a management plan in place for the proper handling and monitoring of asbestos-containing materials in your building.
In conclusion, while it may be tempting to simply cover up asbestos-containing floor tiles during renovations, it is crucial to have them properly removed and disposed of by professionals. This not only ensures the safety of those living or working in the building but also helps prevent any future health risks. Contact London Asbestos today for safe and reliable asbestos tile removal services in London, Essex and the rest of the UK!
Artex, a type of decorative textured plaster popular in the 1970s and 1980s, can be found on ceilings and walls in many homes built during that time period. However, what many people may not realise is that this seemingly harmless material contains asbestos, a known carcinogen.
Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that was commonly used in building materials due to its strength, durability, and resistance to heat and fire. However, it wasn’t until much later that the harmful effects of asbestos on human health were discovered.
When Artex becomes damaged or disturbed, whether through renovations or regular wear and tear, it can release asbestos fibres into the air. These fibres are so small that they can easily be breathed in by people and animals. Once inhaled, the asbestos fibres can cause serious health issues that may not become apparent until many years later.
While the use of asbestos in building materials has been banned in many countries, it is estimated that millions of homes and buildings still contain asbestos-containing materials, including Artex. Therefore, it is important for homeowners to be aware of the potential dangers associated with Artex and to take necessary precautions when handling or removing asbestos.
At London Asbestos, we understand the concerns that come with having asbestos present in your property. That’s why we are committed to providing safe and efficient asbestos removal services.
Our team of experienced professionals is fully licensed to carry out asbestos removals in London. This means that we have the necessary training and qualifications to safely remove and dispose of any hazardous materials on your property.
We follow all regulations and guidelines set by the UK government to ensure the safety of our clients and our employees. With over 30 years of industry experience, you can trust that we have the expertise to handle any asbestos situation.
As part of our services, we also offer detailed asbestos surveys and asbestos testing which assess the risk posed to your property and construct a suitable plan for removals. Our team understands that safety is paramount during every stage of the process, and so all our work is completed with minimal disruption to you.
To give you complete peace of mind, London Asbestos provides certification once all work has been successfully completed. This confirms that all hazardous materials have been removed from your property in accordance with Health & Safety regulations. In addition, our team are always on hand to answer any questions or concerns you may have throughout the entire process.
Asbestos waste should only be handled by a licensed disposal site. DO NOT attempt to dispose of asbestos yourself.
It can be difficult to identify asbestos. If you are unsure, then we recommend booking a survey and testing.
You should contact a licensed professional to survey the property and advise you on the safest option moving forward.
You should book a survey if your property was built before the year 2000.
You will need to have an inspection to ensure the safety of the property.
The purpose of an asbestos survey is to identify asbestos containing materials