Asbestos surveys, Removal, Testing and Sampling

YOUR LOCAL ASBESTOS EXPERTS

Welcome To Alexander Arnold Ltd

For the last 15 years since I start to remove asbestos from old properties across England and Scotland I gain a lot of experience dealing with customers on daily basis all in need of asbestos services for their properties. They knew asbestos is not a joke and needs to be handled by experts with training and paperwork in place. My team will be able to remove and dispose non-licensed asbestos materials like textureed coating, artex, garages, floor tiles..
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Alexander Arnold
asbestos removal & surveys division

Surveying and Sampling Strategies for Asbestos in Buildings P402

Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 2012, Regulation 4 - BOHS qualifications framework NVQ / SVQ Level 4

Here are our asbestos services

Asbestos Surveying

You should always book an asbestos surveyor before starting any renovations to your property. This is to get you an detailed report about any risks.

Asbestos Removal

This is to eliminate the hazard from your property. We remove and dispose any type of non-licensed asbestos with a short notice. Cement asbestos, flue pipes..

Asbestos Testing

Test your property for asbestos and this will give you peace of mind. All our samples are tested by UKAS accredited laboratories. Now from only £89 

Asbestos Survey Report

We will provide you an comprehensive survey report in .pdf format to your email. Asbestos Management Survey Reports are issued within 2 days.

how to book our asbestos services in 3 easy steps

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Explore Services:

Browse our range of asbestos services, including testing, surveying, and removal, to find the one that suits your needs.  We cover the domestic and commercial sector across Scotland and England.

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Contact Us:

Reach out to our friendly team via phone or email to discuss your requirements and schedule an appointment that fits your convenience.

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Confirmation:

Receive a confirmation of your booking along with details about the service, date, and time. We’ll be there to inspect and provide reliable asbestos solutions tailored to your situation.

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Facts about asbestos - Did you know?

  • While asbestos has been widely recognized for its detrimental health effects, there are lesser-known aspects of its historical and contemporary use that often escape public attention. From its surprising role in everyday products to its extensive historical applications, here are some lesser-known facts about asbestos usage:

  • Everyday Infiltration: Asbestos found its way into a plethora of consumer products, ranging from household items like toasters and hairdryers to automobile components and construction materials. Its heat-resistant and insulating properties made it an attractive choice for various industries, contributing to its widespread incorporation.

  • The Silver Lining of Danger: During World War II, asbestos-containing materials were employed in military applications, including shipbuilding and protective gear. Despite the potential risks, its fireproofing qualities were deemed indispensable for protecting lives and equipment.

  • Innocent-Looking Decor: Asbestos, once hailed for its versatility, even made its way into seemingly harmless decorations. Fake snow in vintage holiday displays and theater props contained asbestos fibers, unknowingly putting people at risk.

  • Cigarette Filter Misconception: Astonishingly, some cigarette manufacturers used asbestos fibers in filters, mistakenly believing that it might offer health benefits. This perilous misconception highlights the limited understanding of asbestos dangers at the time.

  • Hidden in Plain Sight: Asbestos is notorious for hiding in plain sight. It could be concealed within walls, ceilings, flooring, and other construction materials. Its inconspicuous nature often makes detection and removal a complex challenge.

  • Global Exposure: Developing countries still grapple with the consequences of past asbestos usage. Some nations continue to use asbestos in construction and manufacturing due to its affordability, resulting in ongoing health risks.

  • Unpredictable Encounters: Renovations and demolitions can unwittingly disturb asbestos-containing materials, releasing harmful fibers into the air. Vigilance is crucial when working on older structures.

  • Long Dormancy Period: Asbestos-related diseases can have a latency period of several decades, making it difficult to connect current health issues with past exposure.

For a more information check out this page https://www.hse.gov.uk/asbestos/building.htm.

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