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Nationwide Commercial Asbestos Removal

Products containing asbestos are all too common within commercial environments, especially in buildings or offices built prior to the late 1970's. If you suspect you have materials containing asbestos then you should not be tempted to investigate. Asbestos based products are fairly safe when undamaged, but as a precaution you should always have the building assessed by a trained asbestos engineer.

If you discover damaged asbestos based products then don’t delay! You, your colleagues and your employees run the high risk of long term health problems should it remain unchecked. Fortunately, our team of specialists at work with a wide range of commercial properties and building contractors offering both asbestos surveys and asbestos removal.

Where is asbestos found in commercial buildings?

There are many places you could find asbestos, this includes spray coatings and partition walls as well as asbestos cement roofs, guttering and down pipes. See the image below for more details about the possible places asbestos can be found:

Please click the image numbers, or the corresponding descriptions in the table to view a related image.

Examples Of Asbestos In Commercial Premises
Inside Outside
1. Sprayed coatings on ceilings, walls, beams and columns 14. Asbestos cement roof
2. Asbestos cement water tank 15. Asbestos cement panels
3. Loose fill insulation 16. Asbestos cement gutters and downpipes
4. Lagging on boilers and pipes 17. Soffits – AIB or asbestos cement
5. AIB ceiling tiles 18. Asbestos cement flue AIB = Asbestos Insulating Board
6. Toilet seat and cistern
7. AIB partition walls
8. AIB panels in fire doors
9. Asbestos rope seals, gaskets and paper
10. Vinyl floor tiles
11. Asbestos insulation around boiler
12. Textiles e.g. fire blankets
13. Textured decorating coatings on walls and ceilings e.g. artex
Inside
1. Sprayed coatings on ceilings, walls, beams and columns
2. Asbestos cement water tank
3. Loose fill insulation
4. Lagging on boilers and pipes
5. AIB ceiling tiles
6. Toilet seat and cistern
7. AIB partition walls
8. AIB panels in fire doors
9. Asbestos rope seals, gaskets and paper
10. Vinyl floor tiles
11. AIB around boilers
12. Textiles e.g. fire blankets
13. Textured decorating coatings on walls and ceilings e.g. artex

Outside
14. Asbestos cement roof
15. Asbestos cement panels
16. Asbestos cement gutters and downpipes
17. Soffits – AIB or asbestos cement
18. Asbestos cement flue AIB = Asbestos Insulating Board

Who is Responsible for asbestos?

If you are a landlord, tenant or managing agent of a commercial property, you may be responsible for managing asbestos. It is important to check your lease to find out who is responsible for asbestos. If it is your responsibility, then it is useful to have an asbestos survey performed. Should any asbestos containing materials be found, then samples should be sent off to be analysed.

REMEMBER - even owners of derelict or vacant premises/ warehouses need an asbestos survey.

Our commercial asbestos removal services include:

We work in a wide range of commercial properties including:

  • Offices
  • Hospitals
  • Leisure centres
  • Building sites
  • Retail outlets
  • Hospitality venues
  • Warehouses
  • Listed buildings
  • Construction sites

For a full range of our services take a look at our asbestos removal and asbestos survey sections.

If you suspect that there may be asbestos present in your property, it is important to get it checked out. At , we can carry out the survey and analysis, before advising you on the best way to minimise risk to the properties occupants.

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:

Straight forward and honest. Tony came out and provided us with great advice and did all to ensure that our needs were put first. Highly recommended.

Ramone -

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.

Richard Eadie, Hazel Hurst School, Nottingham -

We required an urgent survey on a property we are planning to purchase. Tony was very helpful to accommodate us and the results had returned quicker than expected, so all in all a great service - many thanks.

Mr Hoffmann -

Tony provided a prompt, courteous and efficient service, He followed up our survey with helpful. phone calls. Very pleased with the service.

Anthony Williams -

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