Asbestos Removal in Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds

Asbestos is a problem in many older properties, not least those in Bury St Edmunds. If your home or business dwelling was constructed before 2000, it may have asbestos hidden in the structure.
Asbestos was also commonly used in outbuildings prior to this time. Since asbestos represents a safety issue, it is vital that you don’t tackle it alone.

Asbestos Removal in Bury St Edmunds

To avoid any asbestos contamination, you should always consult an asbestos removal firm in Bury St Edmunds. There are government regulations in place to protect the public from asbestos. A professional asbestos removal company will stick to the letter when dismantling asbestos, so neither you, your family, or your customers are exposed to deadly asbestos fibres.

Bury St Edmunds Asbestos Surveys

A survey is the best way to determine whether there is any asbestos lurking inside a building. If we find asbestos, we will put together a plan to ensure it is removed safely and economically. In a
commercial building, soft stripping is an option. This involves removing asbestos while the building remains operational. In a soft stripping asbestos demolition service, all fixtures and fittings are
removed, leaving an empty shell ready for redevelopment.

Risk Management for Asbestos Pre-Demolition

Sometimes, a building needs to be demolished. If this is the case, an asbestos demolition survey will identify any asbestos in the structure before work begins. If the ground is contaminated, land remediation is usually called for; whereby asbestos materials such as cement, floor tiles and insulation are removed safely and cost-effectively. The extent of work required will depend on the scale of the contamination problem.

Interesting Facts about Bury St Edmunds

Bury St Edmunds is a pretty little market town in Suffolk. The famous Nutshell Public House is Britain’s smallest pub – it’s only seven feet wide, but don’t worry, you can still buy a pint! Bury St
Edmunds is also the town where 25 barons met to discuss the Magna Carta. If you stay in the Angel Hotel in the town, make sure you request room 215. Charles Dickens slept in this exact room – he loved it so much he mentioned the hotel in his novel, The Pickwick Papers. Fear not, however, the place has had an upgrade since then and is now an attractive boutique hotel with a 12th  Century cocktail bar. If you would like more information on Bury St Edmunds asbestos removal services, contact us today.

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