Asbestos Removal - Safe, Legal & Insured

  • Need Urgent Asbestos Removal – We aim to be with you within 3 working days.
  • Dispose of Your Asbestos Safely and Legally with us.
  • All jobs include an Asbestos Disposal Certificate within 14 days.

Very pleased with the way the guys carried out the asbestos removal yesterday. They were correctly kitted out.

Marilyn Ward – Asbestos Collection

The quote JS Removals was really reasonable and the work was carried out on time and quick and safely.

Simon Gadsby – Fascia Board Removal

Very happy with the service. The team were prompt and courteous and did a great job.

Sue Leccacorvi – Garage Ceiling Removal

A – If you require asbestos cleared, 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


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 as free of dangerous materials as quickly 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 – 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 majority of England & Wales for the safe removal of all or any asbestos material and is fully approved by the Environment Agency.

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral fiber that has been used for various purposes due to its unique properties. It was once highly regarded for its resistance to heat, fire, and corrosion, as well as its strength and durability. Asbestos has been used in a wide range of products and industries, including construction, automotive manufacturing, shipbuilding, and more. However, its use has significantly declined in recent decades due to serious health concerns associated with exposure to asbestos fibers.

There are several types of asbestos minerals, but the most commonly known and used ones include:

Chrysotile (white asbestos): This is the most common type of asbestos and was widely used in construction materials like insulation, roofing, and cement products.

Amosite (brown asbestos): Often used in products like thermal insulation and pipe insulation.

Crocidolite (blue asbestos): Known for its resistance to high temperatures, it was used in applications such as steam engines and spray-on coatings.

Tremolite, actinolite, and anthophyllite: These less common types of asbestos were often found as contaminants in other materials and were not used intentionally in products.

Asbestos is hazardous to human health when its fibers become airborne and are inhaled or ingested. The microscopic asbestos fibers can lodge in the lungs and other organs, leading to serious health problems over time. Exposure to asbestos is associated with several diseases, including:

Asbestosis: A chronic lung condition caused by the scarring of lung tissue, which can lead to breathing difficulties.

Lung cancer: Inhalation of asbestos fibers can increase the risk of developing lung cancer, especially in smokers.

Mesothelioma: A rare and aggressive cancer that primarily affects the lining of the lungs, abdomen, or heart. Exposure to asbestos is the primary cause of mesothelioma.

Due to the known health risks, many countries have imposed strict regulations and bans on the use of asbestos. Asbestos-containing materials in older buildings pose a significant risk during renovation or demolition, as disturbing these materials can release asbestos fibers into the air. Specialized procedures and protective equipment are required to safely handle and remove asbestos-containing materials.

In summary, asbestos is a mineral fiber with unique properties that made it attractive for various industrial applications, but its use has declined due to its association with serious health risks, including asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma. Efforts to minimize asbestos exposure and remove asbestos-containing materials from the environment are ongoing to protect public health.

Asbestos Removal & Remediation throughout England

JS Removals offers the best value and cheapest asbestos clearance services covering the length and breadth of England.

Feel free to contact us if you require the removal of commercial or residential low-grade asbestos remediation, including garage roofs, shed removals, guttering, soffits (only cement based), floor tiles, flues, and water tanks. We can remove this hazardous material out of your property quickly, safely and legally.

What is Asbestos Removal?

Traditionally asbestos was used as a type of insulation in domestic, commercial, and industrial properties in the form of cement bonding. It’s now known to be extremely dangerous for health in all its varieties. The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act 1996 (AHERA) lists the following as types:

Chrysotile: found in roofs, ceilings, walls and floors, for car brake linings, gaskets and boiler seals, and insulation for pipes, ducts and appliances.

Amosite (brown asbestos): found in cement sheets, piping, insulating board, ceiling tiles, and thermal insulation.

Crocidolite (blue asbestos): used to insulate steam engines, pipe insulation, plastic, and cement products.

Anthophyllite asbestos: used in construction materials.

As you can see, this substance was used widely in the past before the risks were known. However, we now know that once these tiny dangerous fibres penetrate the lungs, they cause severe damage and severe illness that is often fatal. To avoid further health and safety risks this hazardous material must be carefully extracted or dismantled by an experienced removal team. For more information about asbestos, what it looks like, and where it may be in your home, visit the Health and Safety Executive website.

Experts in Asbestos Removal & Safe Disposal

Whether you need an immediate course of action in respect of existing asbestos and it’s clearance from your premises, or looking to renovate a home that already contains this material as part of its build materials, it’s vital to hire an expert. JS Removals are committed to safety and professionalism remediation, especially when dealing with this dangerous material. We operate as a commercial and domestic removal and collection agent while also handling disposal, verified by your asbestos certificate. This certification will show the quantity collected, the collection address, and where your asbestos has been disposed of. The Environmental Agency issues the certificate, and it’s an official record guaranteeing correct procedures have been followed.

Why Choose Us?

We are experienced specialists and adhere to all health and safety regulations for safe disposal of this particular waste material. We work to the highest UK standards and ensure our experienced team have the latest qualifications and training. We are also fully insured, and industry qualified while offering great rates. In addition, we keep the costs down by taking your asbestos waste to be treated directly at the disposal site rather than using any middleman.

Straightforward Asbestos Removal Price Structure

JS Removals offer a clear and straightforward price structure, so calculating your removal costs is easy. One of the ways we charge for this specialised work is based upon the number of asbestos sheets we need to remove and legally dispose of and this is on a fixed cost per sheet. If you know the number of sheets you need clearing then just ring us and we’ll give you the cost immediately, over the phone. Take a look at our asbestos garage costs above or reach out to our team to discuss your requirements.

If your particular work is not as easy to quantify as above, fear not ,it is still very quick and easy to get a quote for how much it will cost to have your unwanted asbestos taken care of. Simply take some photos of the area where it’s located, send them over to us and we will get back to you as soon as possible with a quote covering our costs and a timescale for getting the work completed to your satisfaction.

Other Services we offer include:

House Clearances

House Removals

Rubbish Removal

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