We have extensive experience in asbestos removal in Leeds and the surrounding area. We are also committed to disposing of it in accordance with the standards set out by the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
It was way back in the 70s when asbestos was first linked to causing mesothelioma, a cancer of the inner lining of the chest. In 1985, blue and brown asbestos were banned. In 1999, white asbestos was also banned. If your building was built between 1950 and 1980, there is a strong possibility of it having blue or brown asbestos.
An asbestos survey will determine the type of asbestos you have and unearth where it is in the building, so it can be safely and completely removed from the building. This is also a service we provide. If you have had a survey performed already, we still insist on performing another to ensure we get it all.
The process of asbestos removal is intrusive and will destroy the inside of the building. It involves our workforce entering the building in protective clothing and wearing special respiratory masks. The survey will be used as a guide to locate the asbestos and will dictate how we collect and dispose of it.
Our workforce will break and smash up the structure of the interior to get to all the asbestos. It’ll be bagged, tagged and sealed, ready for disposal. If there’s asbestos concrete, this will be broken up and crushed if necessary.
For asbestos removal in Leeds, we are your local experts. We are qualified and licensed asbestos removal experts with over 50 years’ experience. Call us today on 0113 255 8919 to get started or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chrysotile (white asbestos) - Found in walls, floors, roofs and ceilings of buildings
Amosite (brown asbestos) - Found in pipe insulation and cement sheets
Crocidolite (blue asbestos) - Found in cement and plastic products