We are one of the fastest providers of asbestos inspections in Portsmouth and asbestos reports. If you think your property might have signs of asbestos, it is vital for your safety that a survey is carried out as soon as possible. An asbestos survey will identify if there are Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) within the premises and we can design an effective Asbestos Management report that will give you fast and professional advice.
At 0800 Asbestos we specialise in accurate asbestos inspections. We have 16,718+ surveys completed, 55,169 samples taken and more than 7,000 happy customers. With over 25 years of experience in the asbestos industry working with some of the largest property management and development companies in the UK, as well as the public sector, housing associations and large corporations, our Lead Surveyor is one of the most qualified professionals in the industry. He is qualified to BOHS P402, P403 & P404 standards. Under his meticulous attention to detail, he undertakes regular audits to ensure all our surveyors comply with our stringent standards at all times and insists they have a minimum of 10 years’ experience and BOHS P402 certification.
Each surveyor is equipped with the latest Windows tablet PC to build our asbestos reports. It gives them access to the details of the job and the opportunity to take photographs of all the relevant areas to build a thorough and accurate floor/building plan during the investigation. The plans can then be used to analyse the premises, providing sample locations via the table and on-site.
If you need your asbestos survey report as soon as possible, we can guarantee a full survey report within 2 working days. We’ll match any like-for-like quote to ensure you get the best value and quality service. All of our external Laboratories are UKAS accredited. UKAS accreditation is against the international standard ISO/IEC 17025
There are three commonly found asbestos types. They are Chrysotile, Amosite and Crocidolite. Asbestos products have a varying degree of hazard associated with them, which is determined by the type of material and the asbestos content.
Using the asbestos bulk identification service it is possible to identify the type of fibres in the sample and the approximate percentage present. Once the type of asbestos has been established a specific course of action can be recommended to the customer.