Asbestos Contracting Limited has a highly trained team that can undertake the removal and disposal of all materials containing asbestos.
We operate throughout the South of England in areas such as Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey, Berkshire, West Sussex, East Sussex, Somerset and London. Our offices are based in Poole in Dorset and also in Southampton in Hampshire. We have now opened up three new offices which are located in Salisbury, Portsmouth and Exeter.
If you require any information with regards to the services that we offer, or if you require a quotation, then please do not hesitate to contact our professional and discrete team.
We provide a complete service for asbestos testing, surveying and the removal and disposal of all asbestos products and contamination.
Comprehensive and competitive asbestos removal and safe disposal service in Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire and throughout central and southern England. We can carry out asbestos surveys and asbestos testing on the domestic and commercial property including garages, textured coatings, insulation boards, roof sheets etc and offer safe asbestos removal from your home, premises or office. We have offices located in Poole, Bournemouth, Southampton, Salisbury, Portsmouth and Exeter and normally respond within 24 hours to any inquiry. We can also, if required, offer an emergency 24-hour call-out service.
In the UK between the 1950s and the mid-1980s asbestos was used in a wide variety of products such as thermal insulation, fireproofing, electrical insulation and building materials. Even up until 1999 some asbestos products were still being used.
During the above period, especially between the 60s and 70s, any commercial or industrial building that was either built or extensively renovated would more than likely contain asbestos in some form or another.
According to findings by the HSE asbestos is responsible for 4500 deaths each year. The reason for this is because it causes four main diseases. These are mesothelioma (which is fatal), lung cancer (almost always fatal) asbestosis (not always fatal but can be debilitating) and diffuse pleural thickening (which is not fatal).