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Although asbestos is no longer used in the UK, asbestos cement roofing sheets, or AC sheets, were prevalent and can still be found in roofing materials, cladding, piping and soffits in properties built prior to 2000.
Our team will carry out an asbestos survey prior to starting maintenance or restoration work.
An on-site inspection will determine if asbestos-containing materials are present and whether the best course of action is to leave, repair or replace the materials.
Should cement roofing sheets, lagging, limpet or insulation boards be found to contain asbestos then our team will carry out its safe removal and disposal.
Asbestos roofs can last a long time and the substance is not dangerous unless damaged as this causes asbestos fibres to become airborne.
Replacing or removing a garage or home roof can be a major disruption to the building structure and will be handled with care by our team to avoid unnecessary damage. Appropriate scaffolding and disassembly equipment will safeguard the environment.
All parties in close proximity to an asbestos-contained material environment will be advised of the precautions to take during remedial and removal work. Our trained asbestos removal contractors wear suitable personal protective equipment (PPE) when handling asbestos and discarded materials are transported securely to be disposed of at an approved waste site.
Contact the ACM Removal team for a quotation and discuss the options of a cement roofing asbestos survey and remedial works.
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