Asbestos Survey in Hartford, an Essential First Step for Safety

asbestos survey in HartfordChoose a professional company for an asbestos survey in Hartford for your commercial building. An asbestos survey is essential for any old building.  The awareness of the dangers of asbestos has increased, but, unfortunately, there are still buildings in use that do pose a risk. Asbestos was widely used as an excellent additive to building materials. It added strength, heat, electrical and chemical resistance and was easily available. The problem lies in the age of the asbestos and in disturbing it. It becomes friable and when disturbed, releases its tiny fibres into the air. When the fibres are inhaled, they lodge into the lungs and cause incurable disease and cancer.

The fibres are hard and cannot be expelled from the body. As such, in Hartford, an asbestos survey is essential if you own or manage an old building. Most buildings erected prior to 2000 still contain asbestos. In fact, it is mandatory to have an asbestos survey of your old building to ensure the correct management of any asbestos within it. Asbestos as extensively used in the building industry. Today, it is still found in floor tiles, ceilings, guttering, cisterns, insulation and more. A professional team can provide an asbestos survey. This will inform you of where any asbestos can be found and the condition it is in. It also helps to devise a comprehensive management plan. When you have an asbestos survey completed on your building, you are ensuring the safety of its occupants, and you are legally compliant.

For a professional asbestos survey in Hartford, a professional team is available to assist. For more details, or to schedule your survey, contact Asbestos Associated. We have the training, experience and the knowledge about asbestos. Not only can we assist you with a professional asbestos survey, but also with asbestos testing and removal and disposal. Our team has provided professional assistance to many businesses. We’re happy to do the same for you. There is little point in increasing the risk of exposure when you can take the first step. A professional asbestos survey by our professional team is the right answer.