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Domestic Asbestos

Asbestos and your home

Asbestos was commonly used in homes in the late 19th century through to 2000. If you think your home still contain asbestos, Safe Air Asbestos Removal provides free advice, free estimate and free quotation for its removal and safe disposal. We want to make sure you and your family are in safe environment.

Where to look for asbestos in your home

Asbestos cement was mostly used for the construction of garages and sheds. Once discovered asbestos, it is advisable to have the entire outbuilding removed and fully disposed of under locally controlled conditions.

We are happy to remove and deposit it safely leaving you with a clean and safe area to work with.

If you are selling or purchasing a new home, domestic customers should aware that any asbestos in the property may be included on their mortgage surveys.

Asbestos removal for your home

We can understand the fear when find asbestos in your home, but don’t worry. Help is just a phone call away. Call for Safe Air for free advice.


We have a range of services to help you and your home

  • FREE local site visits
  • FREE advice on all asbestos removals
  • Discounts for local residents
  • Professional, friendly service

Free advice from Safe Air:

  • Water tank and pipe lagging
  • Lofts, wall and floor cavities
  • Textured floor and wall coatings including Artex
  • Soffits, fascia boards, guttering and downpipes
  • Fuse boxes and airing cupboards

FAQs Regarding Asbestos

What is asbestos?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous material that was added to building materials to give them strength, provide fire protection and chemical resistance.  This has resulted in asbestos being used in over 3000 different products.

While it was banned in the 1970’s, asbestos was a widely used material in commercial buildings, schools, homes and machinery until 1990.  This means asbestos is common in the general environment; however, working directly with asbestos containing materials (ACM) can give personal exposure to airborne asbestos that are much higher than regulatory exposure limits.

Are all products containing asbestos considered a health risk?

A material is only a health risk when asbestos fibres are released from the material and become airborne.  Asbestos materials that can be easily crumbled by hand pressure have the greatest risk of releasing asbestos fibres.

What are the health risks of asbestos?

Asbestos that is in good condition and left undisturbed is unlikely to present a health risk. The risks from asbestos occur when it is damaged or disturbed where asbestos fibers become airborne and can be inhaled. Managing asbestos in place and maintaining it in good repair is often the best approach.


What should I do if I believe there is an asbestos hazard in my work place?

If at any time you are concerned about potential exposure to asbestos or discover that building material has been disturbed that may contain asbestos please follow these simple steps:
• Leave the area immediately
• Contact a qualified company


How do I get materials tested for suspected asbestos?

If you suspect the presence of asbestos, we can arrange for a consultant to come onsite to take a sample for testing or we can test a sample that you collect and send laboratory for testing.


How is asbestos identified?

The presence of asbestos cannot be confirmed by the naked eye; it must be analysed under a microscope.


Do you conduct asbestos removal?

Yes, we do provide asbestos removal service for commercial and residential sectors.


How much does asbestos testing cost?

We aim to provide the highest level of service and experience with competitive pricing. To arrange a quote for your individual needs, please contact our team.