There are two types of
asbestos surveys.

Management Survey

First, one being a Management Survey this is aimed at managing the risk of asbestos-containing materials during the day to day use of the premises. The survey is designed to ensure no one disturbs the asbestos-containing material accidentally, and no harm comes to anyone due to the presence of the asbestos.

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Refurbishment/Demolition Survey

The other survey is Refurbishment/Demolition Survey, this type of survey is required when work is proposed to disturb any existing building fabric. A professional surveyor is normally required to perform this type of survey. It aims to ensure no one will be harmed by work on asbestos-containing materials and the work required will be done by the right contractor, in the correct way.

Pre purchase survey

If you’re buying somewhere or contemplating doing so, an asbestos survey tells you what you need to know about the presence of the mineral before you commit to the purchase.

Why get asbestos survey

Putting together an Asbestos Survey may seem like a waste of time and resources, especially if the work required is minor; however, failure to perform adequate risk assessment when it comes to work being done on or around asbestos-containing materials can result in harsh fines from the court.

Peace of mind
A home asbestos survey gives you peace of mind when it comes to knowing whether or not asbestos is present in your home.
Disturb
A family or household member could disturb asbestos-containing materials and put their own health at risk, aswell as that of others living in the property and visitors.
Protect your home
A residential asbestos survey is a good long-term investment to protect both your household and your property.
Before you commit
If you’re buying somewhere or contemplating doing so, an asbestos survey tells you what you need to know about the presence of the mineral before you commit to the purchase.