Asbestos Garage Roof Removal
Asbestos Garage Roof Removal in Kent, London & the South East.
About The Service
All About Asbestos are fully licensed to safely dismantle and dispose of your asbestos garage or garage roof.
Most asbestos garages are constructed from Chrysotile (white asbestos) which was commonly used in buildings, homes and garages. You can identify it by the grey/white colouring and strong yet flexible structure, If your home was built before 2000 and you are concerned about asbestos, have a trusted asbestos surveyor come to check your house.
Following an initial survey and acceptance of our quotation, we will attend your premises secure the the asbestos garage area and carry out the removal in a safe, methodical process to avoid any contamination of the local environment following the latest HSE guidelines.
With years of experience in the asbestos industry you can trust our team to take care of the entire job with no issues. We have worked with hundreds of clients across the UK, particularly in the South East, for many years. Jobs vary from small properties to large corporate buildings so we can do it all!
Asbestos Garages FAQs
Q: Does my garage roof contain asbestos? How do I find out?
A: Only a survey and testing will be able to determine this for sure. Please contact us for more information. We conduct asbestos surveys and testing on a regular basis for many clients.
Q: Can I remove the asbestos in my garage by myself?
A: We would highly recommend that you do not go down the “Do It Yourself” option. This can put everyone in close proximity at risk. Always let trained professionals take care of the situation.
Q: I am considering buying a house which has an asbestos contaminated garage…Is the house safe to buy and if so how expensive will it be to dispose of the garage?
A: The product used on an asbestos contaminated garage will have been asbestos cement, which has an asbestos content of between 10-15%. If it’s in good condition and not being abraded – or going to be abraded – then it will not be releasing dangerous quantities of fibres. The garage should be monitored so that if the condition begins to degrade it should be removed at that time.
Q: I have an asbestos contaminated garage that has come to the end of its economic life and needs to be removed. I am being told that it will be very expensive, as I need to use a licensed contractor. Is this correct?
A: You do not need to employ a licensed contractor, but you do need to use one that is competent and disposes of the asbestos as per HSE guidelines.