Asbestos Removal Gravesend

Asbestos Removal Gravesend

If you are searching for ‘asbestos removal Gravesend’ then All About Asbestos could be the solution for you. We have 30 years experience in asbestos removal and surveying who undertake jobs throughout the areas of Kent and South London.

Choosing the right asbestos remediation company can be difficult as you want to make sure that the word is carried out to a high standard. Here at All About Asbestos, we have undertaken a variety of jobs in commercial, domestic and industrial settings. Our talented team will ensure that the job is completed efficiently from start to finish. If you would like any information on our asbestos remediation services please call us today on 01843 600765.

Asbestos Removal

Why is Asbestos Dangerous?

The most common way that asbestos fibres enter your body is through breathing it in. Many of the fibres become trapped in a person’s nose and throat where these can be removed, however, sometimes these fibres can end up in a person’s lungs or digestive system, which will then cause health problems.

Asbestos is at its most dangerous when it is friable which means that the asbestos can be easily broken and release fibres into the air. Asbestos can be found anywhere in your home in places such as cabinet tops, floor tiles and fire doors.

Asbestos is usually found in three forms known as;

Amosite (Brown asbestos)
Crocidolite (Blue asbestos)
Chrysotile (White asbestos)

Amosite and Crocidolite are usually known as the most dangerous type and these have actually been banned since 1985, however, Chrysotile has only been banned in the United Kingdom since 1999.

At All About Asbestos, our aim is to remove dangerous asbestos from domestic and commercial buildings. Any building built before the year 2000 could run the risk of having asbestos in their home and it’s our job to find it and remove it. It’s extremely important for your safety to protect yourself as soon as possible if you potentially could have asbestos throughout your home. Protect yourself by clearing the hazardous and let someone know immediately.

What Are The Risks?

Asbestos fibres find it extremely difficult to break down in the human body and they cannot be removed once they have found themselves in your lungs or body tissue. Once the fibres are logged in the body they can cause diseases such as Lung Cancer, Mesothelioma and Asbestosis.

Do I have Asbestos in My Home?

Asbestos can be found in many different places throughout a home such as the ceiling, flooring, piping and cement. It is extremely unlikely that your home will contain asbestos if built after the year 2000.

Asbestos Removal Gravesend

Asbestos Danger Sign

It is extremely important that the risk of asbestos in your home is assessed and confirmed by a professional so that the right course of action can be taken to protect your family and friends. All About Asbestos has over 30 years experience in the industry and have been involved in both commercial and domestic projects throughout those years.

Once you are aware that there could be asbestos in your home, you should remove all home inhabitants from the affected area and then ring a professional for an asbestos survey. Your asbestos survey will involve testing and identification to accurately identify the asbestos. You will then receive a detailed report before further action is taken.

If the asbestos in your home is deemed dangerous and does require removal, you will need to book this in to prevent further health risks. This can be booked here with our All About Asbestos team who will do the rest for you. For any more information about our asbestos services in Gravesend please call us today on 01843 600765 where one of our friendly team members will be able to help you.

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