What are the chances that I have asbestos?
If you happen to live in an older building, there are certain risks you have to be wary of. Apart from issues such as running frequent checks on the state of your building, you should also strive to make sure that there are no hidden hazards that could be diagnosed by professionals only. And by that we mean things such as the presence of asbestos which is extremely difficult to detect by a layman and has to be handled with appropriate care and attitude. If your building was erected between 1960s and 1980s, taking risks is definitely not recommended as it may have lamentable consequences. Fear not, though, as these are problems that Blue A Ltd can help you with. All you need to do is let us know and we will do our best to make that nightmare go away.
Why is it dangerous?
The detrimental health effects of asbestos exposure are well-known and tested. Here is a quick reminder in case you did not get the memo: inhaling the toxic asbestos dust has been directly linked with ailments such as asbestosis or various forms of cancer. It is worth noting that this material is particularly dangerous when it becomes airborne so every amateur attempt to remove it is highly irresponsible and may result in dire health consequences. That is why hiring a professional team which has appropriate expertise, required skills and gear is so tremendously important. Using the services of Southall asbestos removal companies such as Blue A you can be sure that your environment will be cleared off any traces of that toxic substance and the bill will not go into millions.
Why Blue A Ltd?
Our company is acutely aware that leaving anything to chance with asbestos is very risky. That is why we offer a comprehensive set of services that take all the responsibility of aspects such as asbestos disposal, removal and sampling off your shoulders. The qualified team of Blue A Ltd will professionally investigate your location and pass on their professional judgement on all the required scope of works. Need to know more? Contact us.