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Asbestos Refurbishment & Demolition Surveys

For extensive refurbishment or the demolition of a building, a refurbishment / demolition survey will need to be carried out. A refurbishment and demolition survey's main aim is to reduce harm and risk-level to the workers or contractors that are carrying out the work on buildings with the presence of asbestos. This survey was previously known as a 'Type 3 survey'.

Alternatively, to eliminate the risk completely we can offer a professional asbestos removal service.

What type of asbestos survey do I need?

When preparing to demolish a building or a major refurbishment project; a refurbishment / demolition asbestos survey will be required to distinguish whether any asbestos containing materials are present within the building or not. This kind of survey is incredibly thorough and includes destruction inspection methods to locate any asbestos containing materials that are present in hidden spaces, such as in ceiling voids or under floor coverings.

What is the purpose of the survey?

A Refurbishment / Demolition survey uses destructive and invasive techniques to ascertain the presence and location of all asbestos containing materials in the building. It is important to have this kind of survey done to ensure that all asbestos containing materials are found that are not visible to the naked eye or at surface level. Loft spaces, wall cavities, floor voids and spaces behind cladding will all need to be checked.

Why do I need a survey?

It is essential to commission a Refurbishment / Demolition asbestos survey for companies and individuals who are planning major renovation work or the demolition of an older building. Ensuring that building contractors you employ are aware of the presence of asbestos containing materials and can take preventative measures to minimize any risk for site workers. We offer re-inspections on buildings which have previously had a refurbishment/demolition survey.

What services do Provide?

Our services include, but are not limited to:

Already had a refurbishment & demolition survey? If you have previously had a survey but the asbestos has not yet been removed, we can revisit and update the survey and the asbestos register.

If you want to find out more about our asbestos surveys then call on 0333 772 0424 and we will advise you on the best way forward.

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:

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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Prompt friendly and efficient service. Left an urgent message on ICE answerphone on a bank holiday and, with great relief, received a callback (thank you). It was reassuring to actually speak to someone, and to have advice from someone who could come out as a matter of urgency and help was very much appreciated.

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Tony responded very quickly to my enquiry regarding my concern about asbestos on a garden shed roof. He arrived promptly and dealt with the matter in a very professional manner. I would recommend Ice Asbestos and use their services again should the need arise.

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