If you need asbestos garage removal in Liverpool, speak to the specialists. We have many decades of experience in this sector, and we offer top-quality asbestos removal, site clearance, demolition and waste disposal services to a variety of commercial and domestic clients. We believe that it’s our responsibility to ensure that our customers stay in compliance with modern regulations regarding the environment and the health and safety of people. What sets us apart from others is our commitment to excellence, affordable pricing and our customer-centric approach.
For clients in Liverpool, asbestos garage removal has to be undertaken only after a thorough survey is done to identify, locate and quantify the asbestos present. In older buildings and extensions, asbestos roofs were quite common especially for structures like garages and garden sheds. Asbestos was once a very popular building material, prized for its versatility and convenience of use. It was extensively used in paint and coatings, partitions and false ceilings, floors, cisterns and water tanks, insulation, and fire-proofing. When it is undisturbed and in good condition, it poses no hazards, but with age, wear and tear and damage, the fibres get loosened and enter the atmosphere. From here, they enter our lungs, giving rise to a range of allergies and diseases, some of which are serious, debilitation and life threatening. Certain cancers like lung cancer, mesothelioma and asthma result from inhaling asbestos fibres. The progress of these conditions is very slow and people can be diagnosed years after the initial exposure.
It’s crucial to ensure that only licensed contractors carry out the asbestos garage removal in Liverpool. Many buildings constructed in the early part of the 20th century featured garages and other external structures with asbestos roofing. This is certainly not a job for DIY enthusiasts. The hazardous waste has to be safely disposed of. For safe, effective asbestos garage removal, contact Asbestos Associated. We provide state-of-the-art facilities as part of a complete package, right from survey and particle testing to final disposal of waste.