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Nationwide Asbestos Management Surveys

All work carried out with will be undertaken in accordance with the methods described in HSE document HSG264 survbeyors guide. Our highly trained team of asbestos surveyors hold a P402 certificate in building surveys and Bulk sampling for asbestos.

Each survey will determine the following:

Our clients will be provided with a full asbestos survey report after Bulk Sample Analysis is carried out. The report will contain the risk-level to building occupants/users, recommendations on the asbestos found and the type of asbestos which has been identified.

are able to provide an Asbestos Register and an Asbestos Management Plan for any asbestos remaining in place.

What services do Provide?

Our services include, but are not limited to:

Why do I need a survey?

Management surveys primary aim is to ensure that all parties are aware of the location of any asbestos, and to ensure those concerned aren’t presented with any risk. A survey can be done simultaneously to ensure any asbestos located is in good condition, and to protect against the possibility of located asbestos accidently being damaged or disturbed. Re-inspections can be carried out on buildings which have previously had a management survey to keep the management plan up to date.

What type of asbestos survey do I need?

To safeguard the health of a buildings occupants and users, building owners need to establish whether any asbestos containing materials are present on the surface level. To do this a management survey needs to be created. Buildings with no plans to demolish or refurbish, but have a requirement of knowledge of any asbestos contained within the building would require a management survey.

What is the purpose of the management survey?

To identify the presence of asbestos within a building, a management survey is conducted. The main purposes of this survey are:

  1. To ensure all parties are aware of the presence and location of asbestos.
  2. To assess the condition of any asbestos containing material.
  3. To ensure no persons will be harmed by the presence of asbestos.
  4. To ensure that the asbestos cannot accidentally be disturbed causing risk of harm.

Already had a management survey? We can revisit and update the survey and the asbestos register.

For help and advice or to find out more about our asbestos surveys then call us today at on 0333 772 0424.

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.

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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.

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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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