Due to its fibre strength and resistance to heat, asbestos has been used in a variety of building construction materials to improve insulation and act as a fire retardant.
Worryingly, asbestos can still be found in many domestic and commercial premises and can pose a real danger to the health of anyone in the vicinity should the asbestos become damaged. Below are some classic applications:
See below some examples of exterior asbestos uses. Click a thumbnail to view a larger image:
In short, if you have an asbestos problem, ICEAsbestos can solve it. Contact us today on 0333 772 0424
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Tony and his team removed asbestos from our warm air heating that went right through our house. They were brilliant, fast and efficient. Highly recommended. Thanks very much
Andrew - Nottingham -
We were given 36 hours' notice by our buyers' solicitor that a survey needed doing. Tony was out first thing the next morning, the survey was completed later that same day and the delay in completion was minimal but could have been so much more bothersome. Excellent service, polite, efficient and professional. Highly recommended.
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