All buildings or homes built after the year 2000 could potentially contain asbestos material. The way to identify what asbestos material may be present in your building or home is to have an asbestos survey carried out.

There are two different types of surveys that you can have carried out which are:

Asbestos Management Survey

Asbestos Refurbishment & Demolition Survey

Asbestos management surveys should be available for each property after the year 2000. This survey will identify any areas where asbestos may be contained within the property which ensures that your asbestos is being managed and not disturbed.

The areas identified within the report must be managed to ensure they are in a suitable condition. If an area is not in a suitable condition, asbestos removal is recommended.

If you require any further information in regards to asbestos management surveys, please visit the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) website.

Asbestos refurbishment and demolitions surveys should be carried out prior to any refurbishment or demolition works. This scope of works includes damaging any potential asbestos containing areas. This survey is fully intrusive and identifies all areas which contain asbestos so you are not alerted by any surprises. These surveys are essential prior to any building works. During both surveys, the areas must be vacant allowing the surveyor to gain an in-depth survey report.

All buildings or homes built after the year 2000 could potentially contain asbestos material. The way to identify what asbestos material may be present in your building or home is to have an asbestos survey carried out.

There are two different types of surveys that you can have carried out which are:

Asbestos Management Survey

Asbestos Refurbishment & Demolition Survey

Asbestos management surveys should be available for each property after the year 2000. This survey will identify any areas where asbestos may be contained within the property which ensures that your asbestos is being managed and not disturbed.

The areas identified within the report must be managed to ensure they are in a suitable condition. If an area is not in a suitable condition, asbestos removal is recommended.

If you require any further information in regards to asbestos management surveys, please visit the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) website.

Asbestos refurbishment and demolitions surveys should be carried out prior to any refurbishment or demolition works. This scope of works includes damaging any potential asbestos containing areas. This survey is fully intrusive and identifies all areas which contain asbestos so you are not alerted by any surprises. These surveys are essential prior to any building works. During both surveys, the areas must be vacant allowing the surveyor to gain an in-depth survey report.