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Nationwide Asbestos Removal Services

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Regulations 2012

It is well known that asbestos was used in building materials from the 1950's onwards. It was in the late 1990's that it was finally banned as a building material. In many cases asbestos can remain safely in a building and never cause harm. However as soon as it is disturbed, then it can become a very serious health hazard.

We at offer a range of services, which are available across the UK. We have an emergency call out service, which guarantees that we will have a specialist member of the team to assess the situation as soon as possible.

As a fully-licensed contractor and accredited business, we are proud to say that all staff are meticulously trained; maintaining their knowledge with yearly refresher courses (as specified under the government's regulatory guidelines).

Our services can be tailored to your specific needs, including emergency call-outs and out-of-hours facilities. Our services include (but are not limited to):

Licensed and Non-licensed Removal Work

Not all asbestos removal work requires a license, we remove all types of asbestos, including garages and garages roofs, floor tiles, textured coating and asbestos insulation boards. However, some asbestos can only be handled by a fully licensed contractor. We carry out both licensed and non-licensed work. When asbestos removal is required, our specialist team work in accordance with the Control of Asbestos Regulation 2012.

Environmental Clean

This service can be utilised if any asbestos debris is found as a result of damage: asbestos boards, asbestos pipe insulation or when a survey has revealed the presence of asbestos debris. Once identified, under controlled conditions these contaminated areas are cleaned and repaired. We carry out a thorough environmental clean in fully controlled conditions to make sure the area is asbestos free. Once completed you will be issued with a certificate of reoccupation.

Encapsulation and Repair

It is not always necessary to remove asbestos from a property. In these instances, we perform a procedure called encapsulation where damaged asbestos material is encapsulated using a special sealant. In some cases, we use a special cloth to add an extra layer of protection, making it possible for the asbestos to be managed and reviewed in the asbestos register.

Air Monitoring

Used to identify airborne asbestos fibre levels in the air to make sure they are within the set control limits; our air monitoring tests are designed to keep workers and third parties safe. There are range of air monitoring tests which can be carried out. These include leak protection, air clearance and reassurance air testing.

Asbestos Waste Disposal

offers an asbestos waste collection service, whereby we will collect waste and remove it from your onsite premises - this may comprise of re-bagging or wrapping. This waste can also include: all contaminated building materials; tools or any other items which may have been used at the site. All waste is taken to a licensed landfill site and upon delivery you'll receive a consignment note.

Thermal Insulation and Fire Protection

After the removal of asbestos containing materials (ACMs), we can reinstate what has been removed; this includes garage roofs, floor and wall coverings as well as thermal insulation to your pipework.

Fire Damage

provide asbestos removal and clean up services to fire damaged buildings.

In short, if you have an asbestos problem, can solve it. Contact us today on 0333 772 0424

What our asbestos removal customers are saying:

Tony came out on a Sunday and inpected our ceiling tiles which I thought were asbestos. Thankfully they are not. But Tony was very kind and quickly checked for me and put my mind at rest and all for no charge. I'm very grateful to Tony and Ice Asbestos. Thanks

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Tony, can I take this opportunity to say that you have done a fantastic job. Having been stung by another removal company that did a partial job, I am delighted by the way your contractor has cleanly removed all the specified asbestos containing materials. I would not hesitate to use your company again.

Saghir - CreateItStudiosRead More

Brilliant service from ICEASBESTOS! We are a young family starting out. ICE came round and gave us our free quote and then took away our asbestos tiles for FREE... I highly recommend ICEASBESTOS.

RamoneRead More

We have sought the services of ICE on many of our projects and have not been disappointed. Their service is second to none and their quick turnaround and efficiency has been invaluable at times. As a professional surveying practice I could not recommend their services strongly enough. ICE are professional, fast, personable and all at an extremely competitive fee.

Matt WilsonRead More

My house is going to need a full restoration work and my builder has raised the concerns about potential asbestos on the bathroom ceiling so I contacted Tony and arranged for an inspection. He had a look and said nothing wrong with it. He then also visually inspected all around my house but couldn’t find any potential asbestos. He eventually didn’t charge me a penny for any inspection. He is really professional, friendly and honest to customer. If you are looking for an asbestos specialist,...

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