Domestic asbestos removal

Rivington Environmental Services are specialists in surveying and removal of asbestos within domestic buildings.

 

 

Where can you find asbestos?

 

Asbestos can be found in any industrial/commercial building built or refurbished before the year 2000. It is in many of the common materials used in the building trade that you may come across during your work.

 

Inside

A.  Asbestos cement Water tank

B.  Pipe lagging

C.  Loose fill insulation

D.  Textured decorative coating eg artex

E.  AIB ceiling tiles

F.  AIB bath panel

G.  Toilet seat and cistern

H.  AIB behind fuse box

I.  AIB airing cupboard and/or

    sprayed insulation coating boiler

J.  AIB partition wall

K.  AIB interior window panel

L.  AIB around boiler

M.  Vinyl floor tiles

N.  AIB behind fire

 

Outside

O.  Gutters andAsbestos cement downpipes

P.  Soffits – AIB or asbestos cement

Q.  AIB exterior window panel

R.  Asbestos cement roof

S.  Asbestos cement panels

T. Roofing felt

 

AIB = Asbestos Insulating Board

 

 

 

 

Rivington Environmental Services welcomes all domestic asbestos removal enquiries – no job is too small. We offer the same high level of service for our commercial and domestic clients.

 

Whether you have an asbestos garage roof or an asbestos ceiling within your home, our team of experts will provide sound and legally correct advice. We will manage the entire removal process for you, and our service will be delivered in a cost effective manner.

 

We have experience of working with a wide range of clients from housing associations and large construction firms to private domestic clients. If you have a domesticl asbestos removal enquiry, contact the Rivington Environmental Services team today...

 

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01942 375565

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Rivington Environmental Services offer expert advice and FREE quotations. Please call us today on 01942 375565 or email admin@rivingtonenvironmental.co.uk or simply use the form here.