Accredited asbestos roof removal from your garage or house in Penge and Beckenham
Asbestos garage removals and asbestos collection by recommended professionals in Beckenham and Penge
Goodbye Asbestos provides asbestos removal and asbestos collection to domestic and commercial customers throughout the Beckenham and Penge region. One of our most common requests is for the removal of asbestos garage roofs and sheds, which were manufactured using asbestos cement products, such as roof sheeting.
We also offer many other asbestos services, including: Advice about all areas of asbestos management; asbestos sampling and testing; re-roofing with GRP fibreglass roofing and corrugated metal and plastic; collecting and wrapping asbestos sheets that have already been removed by another trade; asbestos flue removals; asbestos removal from industrial estates and commercial sites; and removal and disposal of non-hazardous waste in Croydon, including house and office clearances, through our sitster company, Goodbye Rubbish..
Our project management skills allow is to offer customers a safe, professional and efficient service, all at affordable prices. We will always undertake our projects on time and on budget; there are never hidden charges or added extras. If we are removing a garage or other outbuilding, we can clear all rubble and waste and leave your site clear.
Asbestos is a naturally-occurring mineral and was a popular construction material in the mid-20th Century up until the year 2000, when its use was prohibited in the UK. The reasons behind its widespread use was its properties such as robustness and resilience to heat and chemicals. This made it a great material for insulating homes and providing fire resistance. Asbestos can be extremely harmful to humans and inhaling asbestos fibres is now understood to cause a number of potentially-fatal diseases.
Asbestos is most dangerous when it has been disturbed or damaged. If untouched, unharmed and in good condition it can often be left in-situ. However, if degraded by drilling, sawing or harmed in any way, it can become dangerous to your health.
To speak to our UKATA-accredited team, please call today on 0800 024 6203 or 07500 866 733.