Are you in charge of commercial premises and need an asbestos survey prior to refurbishment works? Are you a homeowner looking for a contractor for asbestos garage removal? Or perhaps you are looking for advice about asbestos management? Here at Key Asbestos, we work for domestic and commercial customers in Richmond, Ham, Teddington and beyond. We have decades of expertise in asbestos management, surveying and removal, so whatever your asbestos problem, we will find an appropriate, cost-effective solution.
Much of our business comes through word of mouth and we remain the number one choice for many property companies in Surrey and London.
Here are two of our main services:
We can also help with asbestos encapsulation asbestos sampling.
For a free no-obligation quote for any asbestos removals or surveying, please call us now on 020 8288 4460.
Asbestos is dangerous in general if you breathe in, or ingest, the fibres that are invisible to the eye. When asbestos is disturbed, these fibres break up and filter into the air. These particles can be responsible for a host of serious illnesses and diseases. Asbestos can be found in many building products used between the 1950s and 1980s. Owners of older properties are advised to seriously consider this fact when it comes to renovation work.
Asbestos can commonly be found in garage roofs, garage cement walls and ceilings, flue pipes, floor tiles, pipe lagging, artex ceilings, panelling to boiler cupboards and other areas. As a licensed waste carrier, all asbestos is removed and disposed of in a Government-approved site. We can also pick up asbestos waste and dispose of it safely for you, if another trade has removed it.
Here at Key Asbestos, we have worked for hundreds of private homeowners, as well as local housing associations and construction companies.
Although asbestos continues to be the biggest cause of work-related deaths in the UK (and currently shows no sign of declining), asbestos is relatively harmless if it remains in an undamaged and undisturbed state. Undamaged asbestos can be made safe by either repairing it and sealing or enclosing it to prevent damage – a process called asbestos encapsulation.
Please give us a ring today on 020 8288 4460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can give you a quotation, advice or answer any questions you may have.