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Asbestos Cladding Removal Services in Glasgow

We specialise in removing asbestos cladding from residential to commercial properties.

Glasgow Asbestos Cladding Removal Services

We remove asbestos-containing cladding in Glasgow

We provide vital cladding removal services in Glasgow, serving as an essential resource for local property owners. Our experienced and qualified professionals are equipped to safely remove asbestos cladding from buildings, safeguarding the health and safety of all individuals within and around the structure.

Removing asbestos cladding not only mitigates the potential health risks associated with asbestos, but also ensures the structural integrity and upkeep of the building. This is particularly crucial for older structures that may have been constructed prior to the recognition of asbestos hazards.

With the assistance of our experts in asbestos cladding removal services, you can confidently ensure the safety and security of your building.

Trust us for all your cladding removal needs in Glasgow

Asbestos cladding is a building material that contains asbestos and was commonly used in construction as a fireproofing and insulation material in buildings built before the 1980s.

Asbestos cladding can be found in many different forms and can be difficult to identify, a qualified professional, such as an asbestos abatement contractor, can test the material to determine if it contains asbestos.

Asbestos Cladding Removal: What Is It?

Asbestos cladding removal is the process of removing asbestos-containing cladding materials from a building. Asbestos cladding was commonly used in construction as a fireproofing and insulation material in buildings built before the 1980s. Asbestos fibers can be inhaled and cause health problems such as lung cancer and asbestosis.

Removing asbestos cladding is a delicate and hazardous task that should only be performed by professional asbestos abatement companies. They will follow specific protocols and regulations to ensure the safety of workers and building occupants, as well as proper disposal of the asbestos-containing materials.

The removal process typically involves encapsulating or enclosing the asbestos-containing cladding material, to prevent the release of asbestos fibers. The encapsulation process involves covering the asbestos with a sealant or other material to prevent it from becoming airborne. The enclosing process involves constructing a barrier around the asbestos to prevent exposure. Once the material is encapsulated or enclosed, it can be safely removed by trained professionals.

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George Wilson
George Wilson
2023-02-17
Good little companu
Esther White
Esther White
2023-02-17
5 stars from me
Clive Wade
Clive Wade
2023-02-16
Def reccomend
Yuko Waddell
Yuko Waddell
2023-02-16
Asbestos Removal Glasgow Ltd was an excellent choice for asbestos removal from my garage roof. They were professional, efficient and very knowledgeable about the process. I would definitely use them again.
Noel Tyler
Noel Tyler
2023-02-16
I was extremely impressed with the quality of work performed by Asbestos Removal Glasgow Ltd for my garage roof. They were very thorough and took great care to ensure that the area was safe and clean after the removal.
Nigel Taylor
Nigel Taylor
2023-02-15
I was very pleased with the service provided by Asbestos Removal Glasgow Ltd for my garage roof. They were very professional and efficient, and they took great care to ensure that the area was clean and safe after the work was done.
Nancy Stephenson
Nancy Stephenson
2023-02-15
Asbestos Removal Glasgow Ltd was a top-notch company for asbestos removal from my garage roof. They were very professional, efficient and always available to answer any questions I had.
Donald Smith
Donald Smith
2023-02-15
I had a great experience with Asbestos Removal Glasgow Ltd for the asbestos removal on my garage roof. They were very knowledgeable and efficient, and they took great care to ensure that the area was clean and safe after the work was done.
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AJBGs
2023-02-14
Asbestos Removal Glasgow Ltd was a pleasure to work with for the asbestos removal from my garage roof. They were very professional, efficient and helped me to understand the process of asbestos removal.
Patricia Smett
Patricia Smett
2023-02-14
I was very impressed with the quality of work performed by Asbestos Removal Glasgow Ltd for my garage roof. They were very thorough and took great care to ensure that the area was safe and clean after the removal.

The importance of professional asbestos cladding removal services

The health risks associated with asbestos make it important to call in professional asbestos cladding removal services.

While it’s possible to remove asbestos cladding yourself, it’s important to know that the removal process can pose serious health risks. If the asbestos cladding is broken, the fibres can become airborne.

If you remove asbestos cladding at your home yourself, you run the risk of breathing in these fibres, which can lead to serious long-term health conditions. If you hire an experienced asbestos removal company, they will use specialised equipment to remove the asbestos cladding safely and efficiently.

This way, you can rest assured that the removal process is being conducted safely, quickly, and according to government regulations.

Asbestos cladding removal should only be performed by professional asbestos abatement companies. They have the training, equipment, and expertise to safely remove asbestos-containing materials.

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Asbestos Cladding Removal Frequently Asked Questions

What is asbestos cladding?

Asbestos cladding is a building material that contains asbestos and was commonly used in construction as a fireproofing and insulation material in buildings built before the 1980s.

Why is asbestos cladding removal important?

Asbestos fibers can be inhaled and cause health problems such as lung cancer and asbestosis. Removing asbestos cladding reduces the risk of exposure to asbestos fibers, protecting the health and safety of building occupants and workers.

How can I tell if my building has asbestos cladding?

Asbestos cladding can be found in many different forms and can be difficult to identify. A qualified professional, such as an asbestos abatement contractor, can test the material to determine if it contains asbestos.

Can asbestos cladding be removed by individuals?

No, asbestos cladding removal should only be performed by professional asbestos abatement companies. They have the training, equipment, and expertise to safely remove asbestos-containing materials.

What are the risks associated with asbestos cladding?

Asbestos fibers can be inhaled and cause health problems such as lung cancer and asbestosis. Exposure to asbestos fibers is also linked to other respiratory diseases.

How is asbestos cladding removed?

Asbestos cladding removal typically involves encapsulating or enclosing the asbestos-containing cladding material to prevent the release of asbestos fibers. The material can then be safely removed by trained professionals.

How much does it cost to remove asbestos cladding?

The cost of removing asbestos cladding can vary depending on the size of the area, the complexity of the job, and the location of the building. It is important to get a quote from a professional asbestos abatement company to get an accurate estimate. Factors such as accessibility, the condition of the material, and the scope of the project will all play a role in determining the final cost. Typically, asbestos cladding removal projects can range from £450 to £10,000, depending on the complexity of the job.

What should I do if my building has asbestos cladding?

If your building has asbestos cladding, it is important to have it removed by a professional asbestos abatement company. Do not attempt to remove it yourself, as this could release asbestos fibers into the air and put you and others at risk.

Areas Covered With Our Glasgow Asbestos Cladding Removal Service

We currently cover G1, G2, G3, G4, G5, G6, G7, G8, G9, G10, G11, G12, G13, G14, G15, G16, G17, G18, G19, G20, G21, G22, G23, G24, G25, G26, G27, G28, G29, G30, G31, G32, G33, G34, G35, G36, G37, G38, G39, G40, G41, G42, G43, G44, G45, G46, G47, G48, G49, G50, G51, G52, G53, G54, G55, G56, G57, G58, G59, G60, G61, G62, G63, G64, G65, G66, G67, G68, G69, G70, G71, G72, G73, G74, G75, G76, G77, G78, G79, G80, G81, G82, G83, G84 and G90. 

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Our Address

W Whitby St, Glasgow G31 4TS

Our Contact

info@asbestosremovalglasgow.co.uk

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0141 280 6180

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