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We provide trained operatives to carry out safe asbestos removal and disposal for the following:-

Asbestos Cement Guttering

Normally grey in colour, hard and brittle.  It contains a small proportion of asbestos fibres and is not normally dangerous unless it is broken or damaged. Many older properties have asbestos cement guttering, and when refurbishment work is to be carried out will need to be removed and disposed of safely.  Call Countrywide Asbestos free on 0800 622 6071

Asbestos Cement Fascia/Soffits

The risk of asbestos contamination from asbestos cement fascias are relatively low, but immediate remedial action should be taken in the event that they become damaged, as this can lead to asbestos fibre release.  Asbestos fibre release is a serious risk to health. Call Countrywide Asbestos free on 0800 622 6071

Asbestos Cement Garages

Usually found in the form of a flat or corrugated sheet.  If kept in full undamaged sheets, the material presents little health risk.  However, if the asbestos cement is broken or damaged asbestos fibres may be released into the atmosphere and possibly inhaled where they can cause severe health problems.  Call Countrywide Asbestos free on 0800 622 6071

Asbestos Cement Roofs

Asbestos cement roofing sheets are more robust. Asbestos fibres are bound into the cement and will only be released if the material is badly damaged, broken or otherwise machined (cut, drilled, sanded etc).  The risk of asbestos contamination from an asbestos cement roof is relatively low, but immediate remedial action should be taken in the event that a panel becomes damaged, as this can lead to asbestos fibre release.  Call Countrywide Asbestos free on 0800 622 6071

Asbestos Floor Tiles

Although not as dangerous as other asbestos containing materials, however the health risk is when the tiles become damaged.  Loose, crumbling or water damaged tiles can release potentially deadly fibres. Call Countrywide Asbestos free on 0800 622 6071

Asbestos cement Flue Pipe

Often used with old heating systems, care needs to be taken to ensure the flue is not damaged when replacing the heating system.  Asbestos fibres are bound into the cement and will only be released if the material is badly damaged, broken or otherwise machined (cut, drilled, sanded etc).  Call Countrywide Asbestos free on 0800 622 6071