Asbestos garage or shed removals near Little Chalfont
Do you need the removal of an asbestos garage? Here at Goodbye Asbestos, we provide fully qualified and insured asbestos removal near Little Chalfont, Amersham, or Wooburn. One of our most common requests is for asbestos shed, asbestos garage and asbestos outbuilding removals. Our comprehensive service includes:
- Ensuring the power supplies are disconnected by a qualified electrician
- Arranging for a plumber to cut off any water supplies
- Safely dismantling the structure, paying particular attention to ACMs
- Removing all hazardous and non-hazardous waste and safely disposing of it
- Removing the concrete shed base
- Leaving the area looking clean and tidy ready for further use
- Re-roof any structure if just an asbestos garage roof has been removed
We pay meticulous attention to health and safety and wear all the correct PPE. Before any work begins, we carry out detailed risk assessments and audits, so every job is efficient and smooth.
HP5 asbestos testing and asbestos surveys
Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring fibrous minerals that are mined from the ground. Asbestos has many useful properties, including the fact that it is resistant to heat, has a high tensile strength, and is a good insulator. Given these qualities, and its ease of supply, it was widely used in many different materials and products with over 3000 different applications.
Now we know asbestos poses a significant health risk, and is the single largest cause of death in industry in this country, with 4000 people a year losing their lives as a result of asbestos exposure. Identifying where asbestos materials have been installed in your home or workplace in Amersham is a specialist job.
We have the knowledge, experience, and expertise to know what to look for when dealing with asbestos, we can locate and identify different types of asbestos materials, either through sampling and testing, or more thorough Asbestos Management Surveys and Asbestos Demolition and Refurbishment Surveys. This will give us specific detail on the materials that have been identified their location and their extent, so we can then provide recommendations on how to make the materials safe.