How dangerous is asbestos?
In the event that asbestos is found in your home or building, it does not have to mean that you are in big trouble. Small amounts of that toxic mineral do not constitute a cause for concern. However, it has to be borne in mind that asbestos deteriorates with age and its disintegration may release noxious fibres which, when inhaled, can pose a significant health risk. The bad news is that this material should be removed under the supervision of professionals and should by no means be handled without protective gear and required expertise. That is why, for the sake of your health, you should delegate this task to professionals such as Blue A Ltd. They are your top-notch Gerrards Cross specialists on asbestos removal.
The first thing we always do is to inspect the dwelling that might contain asbestos. It has to be thoroughly examined as this mineral can be present not only in such typical places like roofing, floors or tiles but also in insulation and piping. The latter locations often require a more systemic approach and may include more work. After the whole location is investigated, usually the samples are taken in order to see whether there are any traces of asbestos in them. The mineral rarely occurs in a clear form which makes the examination and even more labour-intensive task. More importantly, though, one should be by no means worried about this material – these days it can be safely removed without any side effects and lingering problems. The most important part of its handling is to contact specialists with tremendous expertise and let them work their magic.
What does your service include?
Blue A Ltd offers its customers an extensive range of service, including taking care of asbestos handling in your Gerrards Cross or nearby property. At all stages of the service, you are also kept in the loop on the scope of our works and the safety measures that will be undertaken. We will also identify all asbestos-containing materials and get rid of them with due care and in compliance with environmental guidelines.