Asbestos Removal and Asbestos Surveys in Cornwall
Highly experienced specialists in all forms of asbestos services, Crucial Environmental have been working in and around Cornwall for many years. We provide everything from our in-depth asbestos surveys through to removals, air testing and much more.
Our team has lots of local experience throughout Cornwall and the South West. We’ve worked everywhere from Truro and Falmouth to Newquay and Redruth. No matter where you are based, we can provide all of the help with asbestos that you need. Get in contact with us today for more details.
Asbestos Removals in Cornwall
All areas including St Austell, Falmouth and Truro
Get in touch with us today to get your asbestos removed by one of the UK’s leading asbestos companies.
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With many years working in Cornwall, we are accredited to BS EN ISO/IEC 17020 by UKAS to undertake both Management Asbestos Surveys (Type 2) and Refurbishment & Demolition Asbestos Surveys (Type 3).
As a part of these surveys, we will look throughout a property to attempt to establish or disprove the presence of asbestos. When we have completed our work, you will be presented with an in-depth report detailing the location and condition of any asbestos found.
We conduct sampling as a part of the survey process. This involves taking a sample from any material in your premises that we believe could contain asbestos. This sample is then sent away to a lab for testing. This is necessary as it is not always possible to identify asbestos just through looking at it.
The results of the test are usually available within 36 hours, and all of this information will be provided in the report.
Asbestos is dangerous to health when the material is disturbed or damaged. When this occurs, asbestos fibres become airborne where they can be breathed into the lungs. This can happen as a result of building working or for a number of other reasons.
It is not safe to use a building that has asbestos fibres in the air. Our asbestos air testing can be used to establish when air quality has returned to normal.