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Asbestos Removal Experts Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton Asbestos Removal

Asbestos removal within Wolverhampton is becoming a growing issue as more households and companies seek to upgrade their property, echoing the regeneration and increased investment that the city centre is enjoying. With more structural work being undertaken, more property owners are discovering asbestos that needs to be removed before further work can be started.

If you’re one such property owner, you’ll understand the importance of getting professional, experienced people in to clear away any asbestos from your walls, ceiling, flooring or pipework. That’s where JS Removals come in: with years of experience and a team of highly-qualified professionals on hand throughout the year, we can be on-site within days to ensure your building – and anyone living or working in it – is made safe as soon as possible.

Asbestos is one of the most common high-risk factors when completing large-scale renovations to any kind of building, thanks to its prolific use throughout the first half of the last century, as well as into the 1960s and 1970s. Wolverhampton invested in extensive building projects in this time, especially in areas such as Whitmore Reans, Chetton Green and Heath Town, though this latter area was later partially redeveloped when the city centre also received a facelift. It’s little wonder, then, that many homes and commercial structures erected in Wolverhampton during this era are now facing the reality of getting their asbestos removed.

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Why is Asbestos Removal Necessary? How Does it Work?

Asbestos is a mineral that possesses fibrous qualities, which alongside its fireproof and waterproof properties have made it a popular choice for building solid structures such as garage roofs, pipes and guttering, and tiles, as well as allowing it to be flexible enough to be woven into blankets and used as lagging around pipework.

However, in the 1970s the long-term effects of exposure to asbestos became apparent – when it is disturbed or damaged, small fibres are released into the air where they are inhaled, and cause damage to the lining of the lungs. The effects often take decades to show, but severe respiratory damage and lung cancer are both linked to asbestos.

By the 1980s, blue and brown asbestos had been banned in the UK, and white asbestos followed in 1999. In older buildings, though, the risk still remains – and the people most commonly affected by asbestos in the UK now tend to be those whose work links them to property repairs and renovations – builders, carpenters, electricians and plumbers.

Because of its dangerous nature, asbestos has to be removed by licensed professionals who understand how to remove it safely, as well as being able to transport it to a suitable disposal site where it can be melted down to create non-toxic products.

JS Removals not only have a license to carry such a hazardous waste product, but we also have the expertise to be able to remove asbestos in a way that keeps you and us safe, including using full PPE and specially designated vans to transport the asbestos.

Within 14 days of payment, your asbestos is disposed of and the Environment Agency will issue a certificate guaranteeing the work that has taken place, so you can have peace of mind that your building, following any other renovations, is safe to live or work in once again.

What Kind of Removal Services do you Provide?

Wolverhampton Asbestos Removal After

Asbestos removal in and around Wolverhampton takes on many different forms, depending on what each individual client needs – but commonly we are asked to remove garage roofs or ceilings, guttering and drain pipes, and occasionally water tanks that have either been insulated with asbestos or have been fabricated from an asbestos-containing compound, as is sometimes the case with older water tank heating systems.

If you live in Wolverhampton and think you need our asbestos removal service for your property, get in touch today for a quote. We usually aim to complete all work within 1-3 days of receiving your request, so rest assured that we can deal quickly and efficiently with any asbestos-related problems you may have.

A – If you require asbestos removal or collection of Asbestos Insulation Board (AIB) sheets, all you need to do is count the number of sheets you have, and we can quote for collection over the phone. If you have more extensive demolition or removal requirements or are unsure of quantities for removal, get in touch to discuss or send us pictures. We are contactable via:

WhatsApp: 07803485961

Text: 07803485961

Email: hello@jsremovals.co.uk

so we can assess the job and give a quote. During the current pandemic we are not coming out to assess at the moment.

A – We want to help you get your home or business asbestos-free as quick as we can, so we aim to complete any job within 1 – 3 working days from the date of the booking request. So give us a call to discuss and book your removal crew.

A – Yes, we certainly are. We are registered with the Environment Agency, registration number CBDU221309 which certifies us to undertake asbestos removal. If you would like to check our credentials, visit the Environment Agency website and enter our registration number into the live system.

A – We offer two ways to pay – either via bank transfer (this method is preferred) or we accept cash. Either way, you only pay when the job is finished and receive your certificate of completion within 14 days of having received payment.

Your asbestos is on hold and not disposed of until payment has been made.

A – JS Removals cover the whole of England for asbestos removal work.

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