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Conservatory Makeovers

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Add superior comfort and value to your home with a Conservatory Makeover, upgrade or new build Conservatory. Forget the...
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Eagle Asbestos

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Eagle Asbestos provides reliable and professional asbestos services for Bristol and surrounding areas. Whether it is h...
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VALLEYS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

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Non licensed and NNLW asbestos removal and reinstatement including garage roofs
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Ledbury Surveys

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Ledbury Surveys boasts an extensive working knowledge of current legislation and survey regulations coupled with over 20 y...

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17 Aug

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF24

Enquiry from: Robbie K

Start Date: Immediate

hi, currently trying to sell house but survey has come back saying some of the tiles have slipped and the asbestos roof will need to be replaced within 2 years. buyer wants it sorted before the sale c...

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16 Aug

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF14

Enquiry from: Gareth D

Start Date: Immediate

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disposal of asbestos guttering i would like a quote to have asbestos removed in my semi detached property. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require for t...

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11 Aug

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF5

Enquiry from: Geraint D

Start Date: Less than one month

several corrugated sheets to be removed from garden. total of around 8 sheets in total. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require for the asbestos: asbesto...

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05 Aug

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF23

Enquiry from: Vincent K

Start Date: Immediate

removal and safe disposal of badly damaged corrugated garage roofing sheets which i understand are probably made of asbestos

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01 Aug

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF23

Enquiry from: Vince D

Start Date: Immediate

All ceilings have been artexed and have asbestos

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20 Jul

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF14

Enquiry from: Russell C

Start Date: Less than one month

collect old asbestos roof sheets are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require for the asbestos: asbestos removed property type: detached is the asbestos broke...

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30 May

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF5

Enquiry from: Kathleen H

Start Date: Immediate

garage roof removed. asbestos corrugated roof. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require for the asbestos: asbestos removed is the asbestos broken: yes tim...

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21 May

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF5

Enquiry from: Kathleen H

Start Date: Immediate

garage roof removed and replaced with suitable covering. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require for the asbestos: asbestos removed property type: semi d...

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05 May

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF14

Enquiry from: Rosemary T

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

the front sides and back of garage which are asbestos removed and disposed of and the rest of garage which is not asbestos are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do yo...

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25 Apr

Asbestos | Removal

Penarth, Dinas Powys - CF64

Enquiry from: Rory B

Start Date: Less than one month

removal or asbestos in textured ceilings throughout entire 3 bedroom house. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require for the asbestos: asbestos removed pr...

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25 Mar

Asbestos | Survey / Sampling

Penarth, Dinas Powys - CF64

Enquiry from: Sarah f

Start Date: Immediate

we are having renovation work done, re wire and full heating system upgrade. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require for the asbestos: asbestos survey/sa...

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10 Mar

Asbestos | Survey / Sampling

Cardiff - CF5

Enquiry from: John L

Start Date: Less than one month

we are buying a house in llanover near abergavenny. survey has flagged up possible asbestos in the artexed walls andceilings. we need to have it tested.-asbestos removal - artex asbestos testing cust...

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09 Mar

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF24

Enquiry from: John R

Start Date: Less than one month

removal and replacement of external asbestos soil pipe i would like a quote to have asbestos removed in my terrace property. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do...

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07 Mar

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF23

Enquiry from: Michael H

Start Date: Less than one month

ceiling in cupboard above old heating system approx 1m sq and possibly some insulation on duct i would like a quote to have asbestos removed in my terrace property. are you the property owner: tenant...

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20 Feb

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF15

Enquiry from: Louisa M

Start Date: Immediate

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we need some asbestos corrugated sheets removed from our garden sheds, they are bolted to wooden roof slats. the sizes are as follows 8 sheets are: 2440 x 730mm 1 sheet 2440 x 500mm 6 sheets 1440 x ...

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17 Jan

Asbestos | Removal

Penarth, Dinas Powys - CF64

Enquiry from: Linzi D

Start Date: Less than one month

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loose area of artex ceiling to be removed are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require for the asbestos: asbestos removed is the asbestos broken: yes time sca...

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06 Jan

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF23

Enquiry from: David T

Start Date: Less than one month

boiler flue in garage to be removed and disposed of, contains chrysotile. i would like a quote to have asbestos removed in my detached property. are you the property owner: owner of the property what...

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31 Dec

Asbestos | Survey / Sampling

Barry - CF62

Enquiry from: Derek C

Start Date: Immediate

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asbestos roof removal replace with plywood and plastic covering i would like a quote to have asbestos removed in my other property. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of ser...

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23 Nov

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF11

Enquiry from: Khalil R

Start Date: Immediate

I have two sheets of asBestos the need taking away

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18 Oct

Asbestos | Removal

Cardiff - CF15

Enquiry from: Brian T

Start Date: Immediate

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sheeting removed from basement. it was originally used to pour concrete on to create the floor of the kitchen. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service do you require fo...

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How much do Asbestos Removal Contractor services cost?

If you're thinking about having your asbestos surveyed or taken out, you have 2 alternatives - either you tackle the project on your own or you employ a trustworthy asbestos specialist for assistance. If you do not have sufficient time on your plate or probably, you're not certain sufficient to carry out this project on your own, after that you 'd have to connect to an specialist as well as of course, it features a price. .

The last fee billed by asbestos companies is, nevertheless, not repaired as it depends upon numerous factors. These variables work to reduce or enhance the price of eliminating asbestos. The elements consist of the kind of asbestos material that needs to be removed, if the product can be encapsulated as opposed to removed, if the material has actually been tested and evaluated, the area where the works would certainly be accomplished, dimension of the location, the accessibility of the asbestos, if other websites individuals or neighbours will certainly be affected as well as the sort of the structure be it household, business, industrial.

With a huge selection of vital things to put into factor to consider, it's therefore vital to call in a qualified, proficient and professional asbestos elimination firm to give a practical quote for your unique project. Generally, in the UK, you can expect to pay the approximate expense of around £1000 or much less for smaller sized locations. However, for bigger locations the price of taking out such an asbestos will certainly cost you considerably a lot more. The expense can be within the range of £2500 as well as above in the UK.

These fees might appear high initially yet it's most definitely worth it when you look at it's possible effect on the health of you and your loved ones.

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The average price
of an Asbestos Removal Contractor in South Glamorgan is:

£500

Asbestos Removal Contractor job Asbestos Removal Contractor cost in 2022
Asbestos removal in South Glamorgan £600-£920
Asbestos survey in South Glamorgan £150-£230

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Asbestos Removal Contractor FAQs

how to identify asbestos?

Asbestos is a perfect example of a silent and hidden killer. The harmful fibre it releases is not only totally invisible to the eye, but also absolutely odourless, therefore can’t be smelt. As a result, you can walk into a room completely filled with asbestos and you still won’t suspect a thing. If you live in an old building ( built before the 1980’s) in the UK, it’s very possible that there’s some asbestos in the house.

Asbestos causes up to 5000 deaths in the UK on a yearly basis. When asbestos materials are disturbed, they release asbestos fibres, which when inhaled can result in lung cancer, asbestosis as well as mesothelioma which are all painful and fatal diseases. And perhaps even more importantly, you won’t notice any symptoms of having these diseases until after several years after your first exposure to asbestos fibres.

Therefore, to reduce these numbers, there’s a crucial need to to know how to identify asbestos so as not to put both ourselves and loved ones at risk.

There are three types of asbestos which includes blue or crocidolite, brown or amosite, and white or chrysotile. So they can easily be identified by their respective colour names, right? Wrong! Asbestos fibres can not be seen with the eye, it can only be detected under a microscope. They’re very tiny and light, and once disturbed and in the air, they can float can days. Asbestos are commonly found in several building materials such as cement products, floor tiles, paints, adhesive, partitions, cladding, insulation, doors and lots more. With its wide acceptability in the past, any building product you can probably think of could contain asbestos.

Is asbestos dangerous?

Asbestos is very dangerous if inhaled. It can cause a variety of lung-related diseases. Asbestos will generally not be released into the air unless it is disturbed. You should be very careful if you suspect there may be asbestos in your home and have a survey carried out to check that it is not being released into the air.

how can i tell if my garage roof is asbestos?

Are you planning to remove or renovate your garage? Before proceeding with the intended project, it’s usually essential to firstly determine whether or not your garage contains asbestos. However, asbestos isn’t the easiest material to identify and even more so when you’re unsure of what it looks. The fibres on the other hand are not visible to the eye and can’t be smelt as it’s odourless. In this article, we’ll provide you some helpful tips to spot an asbestos garage roof. Let’s take a closer look!

✓ Figure out when the building was constructed. In the year 1999, a ban was placed on the use of asbestos in the UK, both to manufacture and supply of asbestos materials. As a result, if your garage was built before this period, then it’s very likely that an asbestos containing material was used. It’s also important to note that several garage roofs that contain asbestos are constructed with the help of flat or corrugated sheets of cement.

✓ Check the surface. When cement contains asbestos its usually fairly thin with visible fibres running through it. Also, the surface of the cement will have a texture and also some craters. If you an older cement sheets is incorporated, there’s a high chance that it contains asbestos.

✓ How it’s built. Asbestos materials are usually joined together by aluminium runners and help in position with nails that are blunt-ended. Take a look at the joints, if the sheets inside is held together by wooden or plastic runners then there’s danger.

Finally, roofs made from asbestos cement has a good chance of becoming very brittle.

What happens during an asbestos test?

The surveyors will check the entire property for signs of asbestos. They may take samples which can be taken away for anaylsis. If they find asbestos, they will inspect its condition, what grade it is and advise you of the best course of action to take.

how much does it cost to remove asbestos?

If you’re thinking about having your asbestos removed, you have two options - either you take on the project yourself or you call in a reliable professional for help. If you do not have enough time on your plate or perhaps you’re not confident enough to carry out this project on your own, then you’d have to reach out to an expert and of course, it comes with a cost.

The cost of removing asbestos is, however, not fixed as it depends on many factors. These factors works to decrease or increase the cost of removing asbestos. The factors include the type of asbestos material that needs to be removed, if the material can be encapsulated rather than removed, if the material has been sampled and tested, the location where the works would be carried out, size of the area, the accessibility of the asbestos, if other sites users or neighbours will be affected as well as the type of the building be it residential, commercial, industrial.

With a plethora of important things to put into consideration, it’s therefore essential to call in a qualified, competent and professional asbestos removal company to provide a reasonable quote for your unique project. Generally, in the UK, you can expect to pay the approximate cost of around £1000 or less for smaller areas. However, for larger areas the cost of removing such an asbestos will cost you considerably more. The cost can be within the range of £2500 and above in the UK.

These prices may seem high at first but its definitely worth it when you look at it’s possible effect on the health of you and your loved ones.

what does asbestos look like?

The ability to identify exactly what an asbestos looks like can possibly save you from deadly health conditions that can arise as a result of a prolonged exposure to the dangerous material. It is one of the most frequent questions asked by homeowners in the UK and for a good reason. However, this question is not as simple or straightforward as it sounds because asbestos can actually take on a number of forms. As a result, this makes it a lot difficult to identify asbestos just by visual analysis or comparing an area which you suspect to be an asbestos to an example online. Therefore, the best way to truly identify if the area you suspect is really asbestos, then you’d have to send away a sample of the material to a certified asbestos testing lab in a safe way.

This happens to be the most effective way to verify if there’s a presence of asbestos in your home or property. Legally speaking, commercial properties are necessitated to undergo a total asbestos audit which involves carrying out lab tests on each and every material that’s suspected to include the deadly asbestos fibre substance. From these tests, you’ll get to know whether the asbestos present are friable or non friable which can go a long way to help identify the level of risk that’s posed by various building materials.

Upon the reception of the suspected asbestos-contained material, a certified asbestos testing laboratory will incorporate a form of transmission electron microscopy to reveal as well as determine the type of asbestos fibres that are in the sample. In the event whereby you discover a material you suspect to be an asbestos in your home, do not just go ahead to remove it. It’s strongly recommended to call in a specialist who can help to safely remove and send the suspected material to the lab for verification before further actions would be taken.

how to dispose of asbestos?

How To Dispose Of Asbestos?

As a homeowner, you certainly wouldn’t like to the word “asbestos and understandably so. Due to its extremely dangerous fibres, the material was banned in the UK since 1999 and any structure built with it will be heavily fined. However, if you’re presently doing some home improvement project or buying a property that was built before the year 2000, then a chance exists that the property could contain asbestos. So if you’re unlucky to discover asbestos in your property, getting rid of it can be quite simple if you know way around it. In this article, we’ll provide you with some tips on how to dispose of asbestos in your property. Let’s take a closer look!

✓ Careful Handling

If you happen to find asbestos in your property the best thing to do is to call in a reliable specialist who has the proper training and equipment to tackle the project. However, if you decide to handle it yourself, then it’s a must to do this with great care. For instance wearing safety gloves, dust mask, safety goggles and placement of asbestos into plastic bags would be a great idea.

✓ Take It To The Tip By Yourself

To save some money if you have access to a vehicle, then loading the bagged asbestos into your car and driving it to the nearest local tip would be a simple and cost effective alternative. However, you should check with your local authorities before attempting this.

✓ Use A Specialist

Hiring a professional asbestos removal contractor is simply the best way to dispose of asbestos. Their services may be a bit expensive, but they cover up for that in both speed and effectiveness.

✓ Use Your Council’s Asbestos Collection Service

Several councils off this services at a reduced cost. However, they are usually not as quick as a specialist contractor.

what does asbestos insulation look like?

By now, every homeower should be fully aware of the dangers of asbestos due to the fact that it can be found in a wide range of building products from the roofs and walls and right down to the floor tiles. An exposure to asbestos especially when disturbed can be life threatening as it can lead to a plethora of health issues which includes lung cancer, mesothelioma, asbestosis and lots more.

Asbestos are more dangerous when damaged or disturbed, but if they’re found in a great shape and are left undisturbed, then asbestos containing materials poses little to no threats. This dangerous material can be found in a large variety of insulation. And when compared to batt insulation, loose-fill insulation can be highly dangerous when it’s not installed in the right way. When poorly done, several particles of the asbestos can be released inside the wall or around pipes. As a result, insulation becomes a big worry that most homeowers will face down the road.

Homes that were constructed before the 1980’s commonly features steam pipes, hot water pipes as well as furnace ducts insulated with asbestos containing materials. And this is primarily because there’s no other fire retardant, thermal as well as acoustic insulator like asbestos that’s as effective and affordable as it is. However to really know if your building’s insulation is made with asbestos containing materials, you can take the following steps:

✓ Find out when your house was built. If it was constructed or renovated before the 1980’s then it’s likely to contain some asbestos materials.

✓ Although this is not advisable, but if you plan on checking the insulation by yourself, you should ensure to put on protect equipment such as goggles, gloves, masks and a safety suit.

✓ Check for insulation available in the building. The asbestos containing insulation in both batt and loose-fill types are grey-coloured so this shouldn’t be too hard to spot.

✓ Examine the pipe coverings especially the blanket type and cardboard coverings.

Asbestos Removal Contractor help and advice

4 Types of Asbestos Testing and Surveying You Should Know About Published: 19/02/2018 Asbestos is fairly common in buildings built between the 1930s and 1990s. While it is dangerous in some circumstances, it’s generally not a problem if you have it on your property. However, if you think you may have asbestos in your home, it’s best to have a survey done to be sure. You may not […] Read this article
How Asbestos Sampling Works and why you Need it Published: 17/06/2017 Asbestos is a natural product that was used a lot in building and construction in between the 1930s and 1990s. So if you have a domestic or commercial property that is between 20 and 80 years of age, it’s possible that there’s asbestos in it. If you believe you have asbestos in your home, the […] Read this article
3 Reasons why it’s Worth Having an Asbestos Survey Published: 23/03/2017 Asbestos can be very dangerous. The UK government estimates that around 20 tradespeople die every week due to past asbestos exposure. If you’re planning to do building work to a property, it’s your duty to ensure that an up-to-date asbestos survey has been completed. This is to protect both the people who use the building […] Read this article

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