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Our commercial asbestos surveyors are on hand to undertake all types of asbestos survey and reports for businesses and industrial properties.

Within just 3 working days we can carry out a full asbestos survey, analyse your test results, and provide a comprehensive survey report.

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3 Ways Commercial Properties Can Meet Legal Compliance

Make sure your commercial property is compliant with the latest asbestos legal requirements with this short guide.

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Management Survey

Asbestos management surveys are designed to help businesses and commercial property owners comply with asbestos regulations.

They are a legal requirement and require minimal disturbance to carry out.

Upon completion, a detailed survey report is provided containing everything you will need to know in order to manage any asbestos that is present within your property.

Reinspection Survey

After having an initial Management Survey carried out, commercial property owners are legally obligated to undertake a reinspection at least once every year.

One aspect of the purpose of the Reinspection Survey is to ensure that any asbestos that was identified in the original Management Survey has degraded in condition to a point where it is now causing harm to the occupants of the building.

Refurbishment & Demolition

When a building is due to undergo refurbishment, or is going to be demolished, a Refurbishment & Demolition Survey must first be carried out.

These surveys are an intrusive type of asbestos survey, as we are required to gain access to all areas of the entire building, including those that are hard to reach.

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Discuss your asbestos problem with our team and we'll advise you of the best way to deal with it and provide a no-obligation quote.


Schedule our visit

With a plan in place to manage your asbestos, we'll arrange a suitable time to visit your property and undertake the necessary work.


Enjoy peace of mind

Our team will handle everything from start to finish, leaving you completely reassured that your asbestos problem has been dealt with!

Commercial asbestos FAQ

How much does an asbestos survey cost?

The cost of an asbestos survey depends on the type of survey being carried out and the size of the property being surveyed.

You can request a fast free no-obligation quote today to find out how much your asbestos survey will cost.

The building I work in contains asbestos. What's the risk?

The presence of asbestos should not be the sole concern of the person working in a property. It is the legal requirement of the 'duty holder' (typically the building owner or property maintenance company) to carry out the appropriate checks on a regular basis.

Any damaged areas containing asbestos should not be touched until an asbestos survey and risk assessment is carried out. Any damaged asbestos should be sealed, enclosed or removed to prevent harmful fibres from circulating into the air.

Those most at risk and who should take extra care are commonly tradesmen or maintenance workers who can more easily damage the asbestos fibres during the course of their work.

What is an asbestos Risk Register?

The requirement for an asbestos risk register applies to commercial and industrial properties. It is a key component to helping you manage your asbestos and it requires updating at least once a year. This register contains;

1. Dates of regular inspections of the condition of the asbestos in the property

2. Any changes resulting in the removal of asbestos

3. Any new asbestos surveys undertaken and the locations of identified asbestos

4. A record of any deterioration of the asbestos that is present

This is a very important document to have to hand when any maintenance is taking place on the property and, whilst being a legal requirement, ensures the occupants of the property and people working on the building itself are kept safe.

What is the 'duty to manage' asbestos and who has it?

The duty to manage is a legal requirement under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (Regulation 4). It concerns the owners of commercial properties or those who have the responsibility for the maintenance of a commercial property.

Whilst this also applies to the shared parts of some domestic properties, it does not apply directly to entire residential properties and their occupants (home owners or tenants).

For more information about a businesses legal requirements in respect to asbestos, get in touch with our team of specialists for free help and advice.

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Our team of asbestos specialists are on hand to provide free expert help and advice. You can call us on 0808 175 0296, speak with us on live chat, or request a free quick quote by completing the form.

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