Dealing with asbestos requires specialised knowledge and vast experience, since it is a material that is easily disturbed when friable, and thus may become airborne, and a result of that, enter people’s lungs and cause serious illnesses like lung cancer, mesothelioma, asbestosis and so on. At all costs, while removal of asbestos, it should be handled extremely cautiously so as not to destroy it and release its fibres into the air. Thus, the task of asbestos removal should be entrusted to trustworthy contractor such as Blue A Ltd. This is a company with comprehensively trained staff to perform tasks such as asbestos removal, collection, disposal, as well as surveying and testing, and as such is accredited by HSE to undertake works in compliance with their Control of Asbestos Regulations from 2012. Asbestos Removal Contractor Association also awarded Blue A Ltd with Quality Assurance Award for their huge practice, efficiency and the highest quality of performed services.
Why you should hire an asbestos contactor?
It is crucial to employ such a company to deal with asbestos in one’s dwelling since all the removal and disposal of asbestos containing materials should be carried out with the greatest caution and all the workers undertaking this task are obliged to be properly insured and trained. Unskilled removal may lead to disturbance of asbestos and thus, contamination of the air with asbestos fibres, which may be breathed in and embed in lungs causing life threatening diseases. Blue A Ltd is known for their dedication to performing asbestos removal in a way that does not require any further works – their staff removes, collects and gets rid of asbestos in efficacious and safe way in accordance to all the safety regulations.
Where you might need asbestos removal services?
Materials made of asbestos may be residing in lagging insulation or asbestos insulation boars (AIB), bitumen or composite products like floor tiles, sink pads, window sills, as well as in corrugated sheets, fire-blankets or textured coatings like Artex. This is a result of asbestos high popularity from 1920s to 1980s because of its insulating qualities, resistance to heat and electricity, sturdiness and affordability. Although it was banned in the ‘90s, buildings erected before 2000 need to be carefully investigated to determine whether there is asbestos hidden in its walls, roofs, piping, insulation and various other parts of it, hence it is recommended to entrust such a task to specialised company such as Blue A Ltd.