Asbestos Fighters carry out many asbestos flue removal jobs as many contractors will not carry out other works in your home while the asbestos flue is present.
When it comes to asbestos, the flues generally contain white asbestos which was commonly used in the building trade in the 1970s. It is one of the lower risk asbestos types, but is still dangerous should the flue be damaged or cracked, therefore releasing the asbestos fibres into the air.
Whether you are dealing with a low risk or high risk asbestos, it is still imperative that it is removed and disposed of in a safe and correct way, ensuring anyone working on its removal wears the correct protective workwear and the right equipment is used.
Asbestos Fighters are qualified to carry out both licensed and un-licensed works and each job we undertake is done so to the correct Health & Safety Executive guidelines and regulations. Safety to both our team and those we are working for is paramount and no shortcuts are ever taken.
Our team are able to carry out asbestos testing, asbestos removal, and asbestos disposal as well as our 24 hour emergency call out when your job is time-sensitive.
Contact the team today to find out more about our asbestos flue removal and see how we can make the removal process simple for you.
Our testimonials page shows just a small proportion of the satisfied customers we have had – take a look and see what they have to say.
If you have any concerns at all that there may be asbestos present in your property, contact the Asbestos Fighters team today and see how we can help you.
Emergency Asbestos Clean Up – Kings Langley
Upon acceptance, we started preparation of the Plan of Work which included a full list of equipment and materials required to complete this project safely. We booked an independent analyst to carry out an air test.
We began the work by forming a respirator zone around the kitchen area using 1000 polythene sheets with the flaps and warning signs in place. A changing and bagging zone was created outside the kitchen with the H type vacuum and bucket with water and sponge in place. Analysts carried out a reassurance air test and personal monitoring on our operative. Samples were taken to further analyses.
The emergency asbestos clean up works were started on Wednesday 7th October 2020 at 8am and was completed by 12noon the same day.
Asbestos Re-encapsulating Soffits – Bedfordshire
After a thorough inspection of the soffits, we advised the school that they could in fact be encapsulated - covered up so that they were protected with Asbestos Insulation Board (AIB) - instead of being removed.
This work was completed without any disruption to the routine or safety of the pupils at the school.
Following the re-encapsulating soffits work, we will now carry out an annual inspection to ensure they continue to be protected against the elements, keeping the pupils and staff safe.
Asbestos Pipe Insulation Debris Removal – Havering-atte-Bower, Essex
When carrying out pipe insulation debris removal work, we are required to give 14 days notification prior to the asbestos works beginning. Our team prepared a Plan of Work and had it verified before we submitted the ASB5 Notification to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).
The asbestos removal work was carried out under fully controlled conditions, under a negative pressure unit. A Decontamination Unit, including Welfare and WC, was located on the front of the house, and we had all transit procedures in place.
All the work was completed in two days.
Asbestos Single Garage Re-Roof – Borehamwood, Hertfordshire
Work began promptly at 8am on the day and the asbestos was safely removed and sent to be disposed of securely by 10am. At this point, the roofing team began replacing the garage roof and the entire job was completed by lunchtime. This kind of time frame ensures other building works do not need to be hindered when asbestos removal is carried out safely and to the standards expected of a company like Asbesstos Fighters.