Asbestos Shed & Concrete Garage Asbestos Clearance in Epsom

Clearaway Asbestos are here to help if your garage is in need of asbestos clearance  in Epsom. It is not uncommon for corrugated roofing on buildings built before 1990 to contain traces of asbestos. If the roof were to get damaged in any way, asbestos fibres may be released into the air, which could be extremely hazardous if inhaled.

Asbestos Roof Removal

Roof Renewal and Asbestos Clearance in Epsom

Before replacing your removed roof, we will conduct asbestos surveys to make sure the area is completely asbestos-free. We have multiple roofing options available, including galvanised steel box profile roofing, three layers torch on felt roofing, flat roofing and tiled roofing. We also offer asbestos-free fibre corrugated cement sheets and corrugated fibreboard roofing. Boxing out is also available.

If you’re interested, we can visit your property to discuss your needs and offer a free quotation.

Asbestos Artex & Asbestos Ceiling & Floor Tiles Removal

Asbestos can sometimes be contained within artex, a textured coating used on walls and ceilings. If you’re planning on disrupting artex by drilling or sanding, you must ensure no asbestos fibres are at risk of being released. The artex will need to be sampled and tested as asbestos is not visible to the naked eye. Clearaway can do this for you before performing asbestos clearance in Epsom.

Older tiles are generally more likely to be contaminated by asbestos than newer ones. If said tiles are damaged in any way, it is crucial that they are removed immediately, as inhaling asbestos fibres can be cancerous. It is highly inadvisable to attempt removal without hiring a professional company, as it can be perilous if performed incorrectly.

When removing and disposing of asbestos in Epsom, we will always take every measure to prevent further property contamination. Our method involves isolating the problem areas of your home using commercial grade air filters, as well as testing the air quality after cleanup.

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    Asbestos Demolition & Building Strip Outs

    Clearaway Asbestos also provides demolition and building strip out services. During this process, our talented team will strip back the property to its structure, recycling any disposable materials. This service is suitable for all properties, and is ideal if you’re preparing for modernisation, renovation, demolition or refurbishment. Here at Clearaway Asbestos, our experienced team always ensure to comply with environmental and health and safety regulations.

    By only involving one contractor in the demolition process, we reduce any confusion between the client and us whilst making the service more cost-effective. Asbestos clearance in Epsom involves firstly conducting a survey before removing any identified asbestos. We then proceed to perform the soft strip asbestos demolition. By breaking concrete on floors, internal walls and ceilings without impacting the building’s perimeter walls, we maintain a safe, controlled approach. Moreover, we recycle all disposable materials in order to keep our services as green as we can.

    Asbestos

    Asbestos Testing / Sampling

    It is unfortunately not possible to identify asbestos just by looking at it. Clearaway Asbestos sends all samples to our UKAS Accredited Asbestos Testing Lab, where each they are inspected through a polarised light microscope, which will identify any contamination.

    Management Surveys Air Testing / Clearance Certificates in Epsom
    This standard asbestos survey allows us to identify any asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) in the area and assess how likely they are to be disturbed. It may involve intrusive work and can occasionally cause minor disruption. We will provide a written quote if the removal of any potentially dangerous ACMs is recommended. 

    Refurbishment and Demolition (R&D) Survey in Epsom

    Before we perform any demolition or refurbishment, we must conduct this survey to locate and describe any ACMs that need removing. This survey is intrusive and may involve destructive inspection.