When Do You Need an Asbestos Survey Wiltshire Residents?
There are several reasons why you might need to have an asbestos survey carried out on your property. For a start, it is a legal requirement that you have an asbestos survey completed before embarking on any refurbishment or demolition projects. You need to have documented evidence that your property has been surveyed before any such project, otherwise, you could face a penalty in the form of a fine. To avoid this type of punishment, you need to schedule an asbestos survey as quickly as possible.
When you first reach out to our experts in Wiltshire for an asbestos survey, they will consult with you thoroughly to determine by when exactly you need to have the survey completed. Whether you have a clear idea of how to approach the asbestos survey or have no idea where to start, you can depend on our staff to be clear and helpful at all times. We tailor our services to the needs of each client to make sure that the survey that we deliver fulfils all of their requirements.
Once you’ve settled on the specifics with our staff, they will arrange a convenient date upon which to visit your site and begin the survey. We will work with speed and efficiency to have the survey completed as quickly as possible. While the survey involves destructive actions, you can depend on our staff to cause minimal disruption and to leave your property in the best possible condition. Overall, we deliver quick and straightforward survey services to clients in Wiltshire.
Types of Asbestos Surveys We Offer
Of course, the type of asbestos survey that you require will depend on the project that you’re overseeing. Whatever the reason for your needing an asbestos survey in Wiltshire, our team will make sure that all of your surveying needs are fulfilled. Thanks to the versatility of our staff, we can complete all types of asbestos surveys to a high standard for our clients. Some of the excellent asbestos survey options that we have available for Wiltshire clients include the following:
Asbestos Management Survey
If you’re simply looking to manage the asbestos within your building, then you’ll at least need to identify its whereabouts. Our staff can arrange a survey to identify the areas of your building in which asbestos is present. We can then provide you with a full report along with useful advice so that you can prevent the asbestos from causing any issues. By being fully aware of where asbestos is within your property, you can take steps to prevent it from being exposed to the air and causing health or safety issues.
Asbestos Refurbishment or Demolition Survey
If you are planning to carry out refurbishment or demolition work on your property, you need to make sure that all areas containing asbestos have been identified and logged. To ensure that this happens correctly, you must have an asbestos survey carried out by a team of professionals. Through a destructive survey, we will clearly identify and make a note of all of the areas in your property that have asbestos. Once the survey is complete, you can then move forward with your project in Wiltshire.
If you have already had an asbestos survey carried out on your property but have since had refurbishment or demolition work completed, you may want to have your property assessed again. With our re-inspection surveys, we will re-check the building and identify all the areas of asbestos, if there are any remaining. As this process is a re-inspection, we will be able to compare our new results with those from your previous asbestos survey in Wiltshire.
The best way to combat the asbestos in your building is to have a clear idea of the type of asbestos that it is. You can gain a clearer understanding of the type of asbestos that you’re dealing with by having samples from your property analysed by our specialists. We can take samples of your asbestos and carry out tests so that we can provide you with specific information on the type of asbestos that is on your property. As with all of our asbestos services in Wiltshire, we will provide you with a full report.