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Asbestos Surveys


An asbestos survey will check if a building has any ‘Asbestos Containing Materials’, or ACM. If disturbed or damaged, asbestos is a serious health hazard. Whilst undisturbed, solid ACMs pose little risk, exposure to airborne asbestos fibre kills 4,500 people per year in the UK. Therefore, it is extremely important to carry out an asbestos survey if you think you need one.

Now, it is illegal to use asbestos in construction. However, you can still find asbestos in properties built or refurbished before 2000. The UK Government Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) official advice is that you should carry out asbestos surveying in your building if it was built before 2000.

Get your Asbestos Survey with UKBC

Before buying, refurbishing or demolishing a building it is important that you carry out an asbestos survey. Formerly known as either a Type 1, Type 2 or Type 3 survey, UKBC offers a full range of asbestos surveys, including refurbishment and demolition surveys. Our services include:

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  • Fully trained and accredited engineers.
  • All types of asbestos surveys for buildings of any size or purpose, whether they are intended for demolition, refurbishment, or if someone is concerned there may be asbestos present.
  • Thorough, unobtrusive and efficient surveying.
  • Complete risk assessment reports, with expert advice about how to manage the asbestos if we find it


UKBC are experts in the identification and management of any Asbestos Containing Materials. If you are concerned there may be asbestos in the building you live or work in, get in touch with us as soon as you can.

Find Out More

UKBC will guide you through the entire surveying process, from sampling to reporting. Furthermore, if we find asbestos in your building, we can give you the advice you need to manage the situation.

For more information about our services, explore the sections below or contact us for a FREE Quick Quote via:

Telephone: 01455 634 855
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