Are you worried about finding, as well as, removing asbestos from your home? Turn to Asbestos Removal Manchester Ltd. for competitively priced domestic asbestos removal services in Manchester and the whole of Greater Manchester area including Lancashire. We have more than 20 years of experience in working on projects of all sizes. Our team of professionals are fully licensed and insured so you can be assured that the task of asbestos removal from your home will be carried out correctly.
For many years, asbestos was used extensively in the construction of houses. It is found commonly in floor tiles, decorative textured coatings and garage roofs. Even though most types of asbestos was banned in the 1980s, chrysotile asbestos continued to be used in home construction till 1999.
Although asbestos is relatively harmless if it remains in an undisturbed and undamaged state, if you are planning to carry out any renovation or refurbishment work in your domestic properties or home, it is crucial to carry out a comprehensive survey of the site. If the presence of asbestos is detected, you need to let the experts take care of the asbestos removal and disposal. You can contact us to get an obligation-free quote.
· External wall cladding and internal wall panelling Hyde
· Toilet cistern Hyde
· Soffit board or roof overhang Hyde
· The textured coating on walls and ceilings Hyde
· AIB (asbestos insulation board)Pipe lagging Hyde
· Water tank Hyde
· Bathroom and kitchen floor tiling Hyde
· Shed or garage roofs Hyde
· Artex ceilings Hyde
· Plasterboard coverings Hyde
At Asbestos Removal Manchester Ltd., we provide end-to-end domestic asbestos disposal solutions in Manchester. We conduct a thorough site survey and tackle all aspects of asbestos removal so that the domestic property is rendered asbestos-free and safe for re-occupation or refurbishment.
During the process of domestic asbestos removal, we cover all the floors, surfaces and tiles with plastic sheeting so that asbestos fibres that are released can be caught before they become airborne. Our technicians working on the site wear all kinds of protective gear including facemasks, disposable overalls, gloves and shoes. They make sure that asbestos-containing materials are not broken apart during the removal process so that the impact of anything that is removed can be lessened. After that, we will carefully wrap the asbestos using special sheeting and our technicians will also clean the entire area for you. Our team of
professionals are adept in asbestos removal and asbestos collection. Once they have finished, your home will be left spotless and safe.
· Gain complete peace of mind knowing that experts with more than 2 decades of experience and expertise are managing and removing asbestos from your domestic property or home
· Uncompromising levels of service tailored to suit individualised requirements
· A single point of contact who will be overseeing every aspect of your asbestos management project
· Our services not only cover the city of Manchester, but also across Greater Manchester, such as Lancashire
Whether you need help with asbestos tile removal or asbestos boiler removal, you can rely on the expertise of our domestic asbestos removal experts. Contact us, today!
Whitefield (pop. 23,283) is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, Greater Manchester, England. It lies on undulating ground above the Irwell Valley, along the south bank of the River Irwell, 3 miles (4.8 km) south-southeast of Bury, and 4.9 miles (7.9 km) to the north-northwest of the city of Manchester. Prestwich and the M60 motorway lie just to the south.
Historically a part of Lancashire, Whitefield has been suggested as lying on the path of an ancient Roman road leading from Mamucium (Manchester) in the south to Bremetennacum (Ribchester) in the north. Throughout the Middle Ages, Whitefield was a division of the township of Pilkington, itself a part of the parish of Prestwich-cum-Oldham and hundred of Salford. Pilkington and Whitefield have historic associations with the Earls of Derby. Farming was the main industry of this rural area, with locals supplementing their incomes by hand-loom woollen weaving in the domestic system.
The urbanisation and development of Whitefield largely coincided with the Industrial Revolution. The name Whitefield is thought to derive from the medieval bleachfields used by Flemish settlers to whiten their woven fabrics, or else from the wheat crop once cultivated in the district. The construction of a major roads routed through the village facilitated Whitefield’s expansion into a mill town during the mid-19th century. Whitefield was created a local government district in 1866, and was governed by a local board of health until 1894, when the area of the local board became an urban district.