Before you embark on your renovation project it is important as a trader and builder that you know how to prevent asbestos di...
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Before you embark on your renovation project it is important as a trader and builder that you know how to prevent asbestos disturbances and are fully aware of the risk asbestos poses.Click Here
All too often, asbestos-containing materials are disturbed without workers even realising it. From walls and ceilin...
Similar to domestic properties, it is not uncommon to find asbestos on farmland and within the property itself.Click Here
The most common type of asbestos found on farms is chrysotile and is commonly found in: pipe and boiler insulations (where it has been mixed with blue and brown asbestos); panels between ...
Whether you’re hoping to renovate a domestic property or make improvements to a commercial property; before you commence any work it is important to ensure that you and the contractors you hire are fully aware of the risks of disturbing/making changes to your property.Click Here
Homeowners are especially a...
Asbestos is a tricky thing. Whilst we are aware of its presence and the dangers it can pose to our health; there is a worrying number of builders and tradespeople whose knowledge on this topic is limited despite having undergone asbestos training.Click Here
And asbestos is not a substance that you can approa...
Our New Certificate – Licence to Undertake Work with AsbestosClick Here
With asbestos classed as a category 1 carcinogen and related to over 5000 deaths (asbestos related diseases) a year in the UK alone, it is important as a business that we attain an Asbestos Licence.
This licence allows us to deal with...
Any property built before the year 2000, runs the risk of containing building materials made from asbestos as it was only in 1999 that the use of asbestos in construction was made illegal.Click Here
With this understanding, before any building work, refurbishments or repairs can take place; it is vital to fi...
Given the number of dangers and health risks that are associated with asbestos, dealing with it can be a daunting business, especially if it needs testing, repairing or removing.Click Here
How can you deal with it effectively without endangering yourself, your family, contract workers or your employees?
We need to be clear from the start – no form of asbestos is safe – there are just some that are more dangerous than others, because they are at a higher risk of becoming damaged and releasing their fibres.Click Here
How to spot the difference
Whilst asbestos is no longer used within building materials a...
Any building – industrial or residential – built before the year 2000 has the potential to contain asbestos within its building materials, so before you perform any sort of maintenance work it is essential to get the building checked out.Click Here
Even the smallest exposure can present unnecessary healt...
Welcome to our brand new, fully mobile repsonsive website!We are very pleased to announce our new website, designed to offer much better accessibility across all devices, for our clients and potential asbestos removal and surveying customers.As well as our blog, we also have a live feed to our Twi...Click Here
Asbestos is often present in any structures built before 2000, so owners and managers of commercial and domestic buildings have responsibility for ensuring any Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) in the building are controlled or removed. There are two main kinds of survey that ensure this.Asbesto...Click Here
If you are a landlord, you should assume that any property built before 2000 has asbestos. This is the safest option as the material was widely used in new buildings right up to its ban 1999.If there are Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) in the property, they don’t necessarily have to be remov...Click Here
Natural disasters can leave massive trails of damage and hazards in their wake from the moment they occur. But natural disasters can also pose a threat to health in the long run. The reason? Because events such as hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, fires and earthquakes can expose human beings to asbest...Click Here
Whenever we think of asbestos and the type of people who are exposed to it, we generally conjure up images of factories or construction sites. However in recent years it has been revealed that over 75% of school buildings in the UK are infested with asbestos - mostly the huge number built in the thr...Click Here
Considering the dangers associated with asbestos, you would assume that key political and historical buildings would be free from the mineral. However, as recently discovered this is not always the case.Click Here
A recent report on the Houses of Parliament revealed that both the walls and floor are infested...
It can be very difficult to spot asbestos just by looking at it with the naked eye. So if you’re ever in doubt, call in a professional asbestos removal company such as Ice Asbestos. However there are a few things which you can keep an eye out for when it comes to spotting asbestos...Click Here
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