There are a number of different services that are offered by specialist asbestos companies these days, and these are designed to make identification, removal and disposal of this hazardous material as simple as possible. These are services that are provided by highly trained professionals in the field with an excellent level of knowledge and expertise when it comes to identifying and dealing with asbestos in London properties.
One of the services that these companies can provide is an inspection of the property to determine the level of the problem or even to see whether this material is present in your property. There are different types of asbestos survey available from London specialists, which means that you should have no problem finding the one that is suited to your needs.
The different types of survey available
In order to determine which of the different types of asbestos survey will be most suitable for your London property, it is best to familiarise yourself with them. This will enable you to determine what each type involves and how suitable it will be.
One type of survey that you can opt for is a Management survey. This is a standard one that is designed to try and determine whether asbestos or materials that contain asbestos are present. There may be some disturbance and intrusion as part of this process but it provides an effective means of identifying, locating and determining the extent of asbestos presence that could pose a danger due to risk of damage. Assessment of the condition is also carried out so that the level of risk can also be determined.
Another type of survey is a Refurbishment and Demolition one, and this is required prior to any major refurbishment or before the demolition of the property. The purpose of this process is to identify any Asbestos Containing Materials within the area that is to be refurbished. If the building is being demolished, ACMs within the whole building would need to be identified. This is a very comprehensive inspection.
Another option that is available is a combination of these two different surveys. Speaking to experts in this field will enable you to get more advice on which of the surveys is likely to best suit your needs or whether you may even benefit from the combined one based on the information that you provide.