Asbestos Shed & Concrete Garage Asbestos Removal in Richmond

If you suspect the presence of asbestos in your garage, Clearaway Asbestos is happy to help you locate and remove it with asbestos removal in Richmond. If your garage features a corrugated roof and was constructed before 1990, it likely does contain asbestos. If the roof were to be damaged in any way, asbestos fibres can be released that could prove fatal if inhaled. Clearaway Asbestos will take the unbroken sheets directly to landfill before removing the garage walls. This process does not require a skip in most cases.

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Asbestos Shed & Concrete Garage Asbestos Removal in Richmond

In order to ensure the area is completely free of asbestos before replacing anything, Clearaway Asbestos performs thorough asbestos surveys after the removal process. Once we are confident the asbestos removal in Richmond is complete, you are free to choose from our range of replacement roof options. These include galvanised steel box profile roofing, three layers torch on felt roofing, flat roofing, tiled roofing, asbestos-free fibre corrugated cement sheets and corrugated fibreboard. Should you require it, boxing out services are also available.

We can arrange a home visit to discuss your asbestos removal in Richmond needs and give you a free quote if you’re interested in learning more.

Asbestos Artex & Asbestos Ceiling & Floor Tiles

Artex is a textured coating used on ceilings and walls that commonly contains asbestos. If you’re planning on doing any sanding or drilling, you should always take measures to ensure the artex is asbestos-free before proceeding, as disturbing the artex could release potentially deadly asbestos fibres. It is impossible to view asbestos with the naked eye, so we will have to take samples to be tested.

Older ceiling and floor tiles are generally much more likely to contain asbestos than modern tiles. If these tiles are damaged in any way, the consequences could be fatal. It is highly inadvisable to attempt removal without the assistance of a professional company, as incorrect execution could be hazardous.

When removing asbestos in Richmond, Clearaway Asbestos uses commercial grade air filters to isolate your property’s problem areas, which reduces the likelihood of further contamination. We also test the air quality after the cleanup process as an additional precaution.

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    Asbestos Demolition & Building Strip Outs

    Clearaway Asbestos is also here to assist you with any demolition and building strip out projects you may require. This service is ideal if you are preparing a property for renovation, demolition, modernisation or refurbishment. It involves our team stripping back the building to its structure, recycling any disposable materials. Our experienced team always complies with environmental and health and safety regulations during this process.

    This service is also very cost-effective, as it only involves one contractor. Our process involves performing a thorough asbestos survey and removing any asbestos before proceeding to the soft strip demolition. We are always sure to preserve a safe environment by keeping the perimeter walls intact when breaking concrete on floors, interior walls and ceilings. By recycling and respecting the original architecture, we also maintain a green approach to our work.

    Asbestos Testing / Sampling

    All asbestos samples are sent off to our UKAS Accredited Asbestos Testing Lab, which can confirm contamination through use of a polarised light microscope.

    Management Surveys Air Testing / Clearance Certificates in Richmond
    If there are any asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within the property, this standard survey can locate and assess their condition, which will determine how likely they are to be dangerous. If ACM removal is suggested, we can provide a written quote. This survey can cause minor disruption to the property.

    Refurbishment and Demolition (R&D) Survey in Richmond
    We are required to complete this survey before doing any refurbishment or demolition, as it can locate and describe any ACMs in the area. These can then be removed before any work starts. This survey is intrusive and can disrupt the property.