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Asbestos Removal in Residential Properties

Many homes built pre 1999 still contain large amounts of asbestos. If you have found any traces of asbestos within your residential property, we can help find the best solution for removal or encapsulation (making safe) for you and your home.

Many homes have asbestos present, and this can be found within a huge variety of forms and locations. Many of these are unexpected and may go unnoticed for many years. For a full list of potential asbestos locations please see the blog post here. Before the Asbestos Prohibitions Amendment act was signed in 1999, it was used for many things due to the strong, highly heat-resistant properties. To find out more about asbestos please click here.

If you come across asbestos within your home, we are able to provide removal and encapsulation services to manage the risk of asbestos and ensure the safety of the occupying residents. There are many cases where asbestos will be safe if undisturbed and in good condition, therefore if this is relevant to your case we will be honest in telling you so. Before works can commence we usually require a survey to prove the material contains asbestos fibres & which type it contains.

Our removal works will cause as little disruption as physically possible and we always aim to get the job done as quickly and efficiently as we can.

About e4 Environmental - Fully Licensed Asbestos Removal Company

At e4 Environmental we are experts in all methods of removing and encapsulating hazardous asbestos materials in a safe and regulated manner. We are working in our 12th year as...


Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the most common questions we get asked are answered below for you! For further information give us a...

Q: What is asbestos?

Asbestos is a naturally occuring mineral, which was produced through mining. It has incredibly strong, heat-resistant properties which is why it was used for so many things.

Q: Why is asbestos hazardous to my health?

The fibres of the asbestos materials are long, thin strands that are very small. When inhaled, these fibres latch on to your lungs and organs and when built up over time can cause Asbestosis or Mesothelioma, both fatal and incurable diseases.

Q: Why do some works have to be notified to the HSE?

In order to protect all members of the public from any unnecessary asbestos fibre exposure, the HSE requires certain types of works to be notified to them at least 14 days in advance in order to regulate and control the removal procedures. These types of works include certain fibres and ACM’s, and these works may only be done by licensed contractors.

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