Blue A is a reliable asbestos removal company that is famous for its holistic approach to this process and impeccable reputation. The company is fully licensed by the HSE and performs the following works:

  • Spray Coating
  • Lagging Insulation
  • Asbestos Insulation Board (AIB)
  • Asbestos Cement (Corrugated Sheets, Garages, Barns, Soffits, Down-Pipes & Soil-Stacks, Cladding, Fire-Doors, Bath-Panels etc)
  • Textured Coatings (Artex)
  • Asbestos Textiles (Rope Seals, Gaskets, Fire-Blankets etc)
  • Composite Products (Floor Tiles, Toilet Cisterns, Window Sills etc)
  • Bitumen Products (Roof-Felt, Sink Pads, DPC’s etc)
  • Drilling holes in Asbestos Containing Materials

Our service also includes the necessary work connected with asbestos disposal. This way, our customers do not have to lose sleep over all the nitty-gritty of the process and can be sure that everything is perfectly taken care of. Years of experience with that material have allowed us to face every asbestos-related challenge. Now it’s time for you to pick up the phone and call Blue A Ltd – let us look if there is something we can help you with.


Blue A is a reliable asbestos removal company that is famous for its safe approach to this process and impeccable reputation. The company is fully licensed by the HSE and performs the following works:

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Licenced, non-licensed? What’s it all about?

All asbestos removals require relevantly trained and insured asbestos contractors.

Non-licensed asbestos removal works can simply be carried out by non-licensed asbestos removal contractors. These works are limited to products which are presumed to create low exposure during the removal (providing that the removal method is safe and the right equipment is used on site).

Licensed asbestos removal works will require a professional contractor, fully licensed by a government body known as the HSE (Health and Safety Executive)

Main advantages of using a licensed contractor such as us are as follows:

  • We can undertake any asbestos removal works
  • All our staff attend professional Operative, Supervisor or Manager training with the relevant certificate issued upon completion. Our knowledge of the industry is of the highest level due to constant improvement, additional training and further education.
  • We own professional equipment worth thousands of pounds. All equipment used on site is suitable for all asbestos removal works. It is also carefully maintained, checked and certified every 6 months.
  • Our hazardous waste disposal is certified and monitored giving you assurance that it is always disposed of at a licensed landfill
  • Our works are regularly monitored and reviewed on weekly basis either by Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (ARCA), HSE or other professional bodies as well as our internal auditors to ensure our removal methods are safe not only for our staff but also for our clients and the quality of work we provide is of top standards.

With so many accreditations you can rest assured that even smallest of projects are carried out to the highest standard.

Asbestos remediation

Let’s face it – asbestos for years has had a very bad press. And rightly so – people who are exposed to it have been proven to often suffer from serious respiratory diseases and may enjoy lower quality of life in the future. Most worryingly, though, it still claims the lives of almost five thousand people every year. Its noxious influence has been widely described in academic papers and doctors’ reports. Fortunately, one of the tried and tested ways of getting rid of that problem is asbestos remediation.

You may already know that asbestos is not dangerous until it is disturbed or has deteriorated in its condition. However, saying that you have nothing to worry about if this material is not yet friable in your case is a very reckless attitude. In fact, this substance can change its state pretty soon and out of sight (if, for example, it is present in your roofing, insulation or ventilation).

Because of these factors it has to be borne in mind that asbestos should be got rid of if there is even the faintest possibility of it becoming a deadly threat in the future. There is no point in risking contracting lung cancer with professionals ready to take care of that pressing issue smoothly and ensuring all the safety regulations.