Safe and trusted asbestos surveyors for asbestos surveys and testing in Esher, Surrey

For all your asbestos-related concerns in Esher, Claygate, or Hersham, make Key Asbestos your first port of call. Our trained and local asbestos professionals can all tackle types of asbestos jobs, from asbestos surveys to asbestos removals. We aim to deliver a fast, safe, and professional service.

Asbestos is a naturally-occurring mineral but it is hazardous and inhalation of asbestos fibres can lead to serious diseases, like asbestosis, mesothelioma, and lung cancers, that can be fatal. In 1999, the use of asbestos was banned in the UK but before that time it was used widely in the construction industry in garage walls and roofs, water tanks, pipe lagging, decorative coverings, and other areas.

With a wealth of experience, our team of asbestos professionals can tackle all types of asbestos removals, using safe and modern techniques and equipment. We can also offer asbestos surveys and sampling and testing to ascertain the amount, type, and location of any asbestos-containing materials (ACMs). We can complete both licensed and non-licensed asbestos work.

Asbestos collection Esher

Our asbestos services include:

  • Licensed asbestos work
  • Non-licensed asbestos work
  • Asbestos Management Surveys
  • Residential Asbestos Surveys
  • Asbestos Demolition and Refurbishment Surveys
  • Asbestos Re-inspection Surveys
  • Residential asbestos removals
  • Commercial asbestos removals
  • Asbestos sampling and testing
  • Removal of asbestos garages and asbestos garage roofs
  • Asbestos collections and waste clearance
  • Asbestos encapsulation
  • Asbestos consultancy

Professional asbestos removals is essential. Call now on 020 8288 4460 for a quote

Asbestos surveys near Claygate

Asbestos surveys need to be accurately carried out by asbestos professionals in Claygate, Esher, or Claremont, to design an accurate asbestos removal plan. We can provide a range of asbestos surveys.

  • Asbestos Management Surveys: This is the standard survey required on any building built or refurbished before 2000. Its purpose is to locate, where reasonably practical, the presence of any ACMs that could be damaged or disturbed during normal occupation. Non-domestic buildings must have an asbestos survey and report by law.
  • Asbestos Refurbishment or Demolition Survey: This survey is done to identify any ACMs so they can be removed prior to any refurbishment or demolition work. Previously known as a Type 3 survey, this type of survey is fully intrusive and is always completed when a building is vacant.
  • Residential Asbestos Survey: If you are buying a property and the homebuyer survey has highlighted a problem with asbestos, we can assess the property and complete sampling and testing. If asbestos is found to be present, we can plan the next best steps.
  • Asbestos Registers for common parts of blocks of flats: There is a requirement under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 for an asbestos register to be put in place for common parts of blocks of flats. We can carry out asbestos management surveys in common parts to create an asbestos register.

KT10 testing and sampling

Asbestos was once loved because of its strength and chemical and heat-resistant properties. It was widely used in house and garage roofs, pipe lagging, water tanks, and other locations. If you suspect asbestos may be present in your Esher property, we can complete asbestos sampling and testing. Our asbestos removal experts will take samples in a number of careful steps. These are them sent to test labs where they are further investigated and types of asbestos are determined.

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Asbestos Removals

Asbestos removals and disposals in Esher

When it is in an undisturbed and solid state, asbestos is said to be non-dangerous. However, with wear and tear asbestos can become more friable and dangerous. Once its fibres are released, they can be breathed in and trapped in our bodies. We complete efficient, fast, and safe asbestos removals, using the latest techniques and equipment.

We cover all aspects of asbestos disposals and our licensed experts carry out these tasks with utmost care and precaution. Asbestos is considered hazardous waste and its removal and disposal is carefully regulated. We can dispose of all asbestos waste safely and promptly.

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Nearby Locations

Asbestos removals near Esher

We remove asbestos from all locations including:

Asbestos garage roofs removed in Esher

Asbestos garage roofs are one of the most common requests for asbestos removals. We can also remove asbestos garages, sheds, and outbuildings.

Artex and textured coatings Claygate

Asbestos can often be found in Artex and similar textured coatings. We can find out of asbestos is present and then advise if it needs to be removed.

Asbestos insulating board KT10

This was commonly used as a fireproofing material and can be found in ceiling tiles, partition walls, soffits, window panels and in other spaces.

Lagging on boilers and pipes and loose fill insulation Esher

Asbestos insulation can often be found around pipework and in spaces such as cavities in lofts or below floorboards. If damaged, or you are planning to do work, this will need to be encapsulated or removed.

Asbestos cement water tank Claygate

Asbestos cement was widely used in water tanks and flues. We are experts at removing asbestos from all spaces, including water tanks, with as little disruption to your property as possible.

Air heating KT10

Warm air heating systems are an alternative to boilers and radiators and are where air is circulated via ducts. These systems were very popular in the 1970s and 80s and often asbestos was used in the ducts. If you have asbestos present in your warm air heating system, boiler, or airing cupboard, our professional asbestos removers can get rid of it for you.

Asbestos-lined cupboards removed Esher

During the 20th century, asbestos was widely used by cabinet makers in cupboards, such as airing cupboards. Asbestos insulating boards (AIB) was commonly used as a fire-proofing material. Generally, it is not easy to identify an asbestos product within the home and asbestos fibres can only be seen under the spotlight, so never attempt to remove insulation board or textured coating yourself. They should always be removed by a licensed contractor.