It can be worrying and confusing for many people owning a garage, shed or outbuilding with a deteriorating asbestos roof. Hird Environmental Contracts not only offer to remove, but also to replace such asbestos corrugated roofing.
Asbestos cement is a mixture of cement and asbestos creating a material often used as corrugated roofing on garages, sheds and other outbuildings. Although bonded asbestos such as cement is a lower risk than fibrous boards, breaking the material can be hazardous to health and we recommend a licensed contractor qualified to remove such products is contracted to do so.
Our customers can select from a range of replacement roof products available, and most domestic garage roofs can be removed and replaced within the same day.
We also offer to remove and re-instate internal ceilings which can be found within the structure of buildings. Due to the nature of this asbestos we recommend a site visit in order to provide our customers with a cost.
Industrial roofs on such buildings such as warehouses and workshops sometimes benefit from management rather than removal, this can be due to affordability and practicality. Using a rubber based paint, asbestos cement can be encapsulated to avoid any possible fibre release. Hird Environmental have serviced clients such as Morrison’s with this method of asbestos management.
Call Hird Environmental Contracts today for a bespoke re-instatement solution to your asbestos roof.
With over 100 years’ experience in roofing, we are able to offer a host of solutions and products to tailor all needs. We currently offer installation of tin profile sheets in a range of specifications and EPDM rubber roofing complete with a 10-year guarantee. Our portfolio of roof works includes:
With a large church customer base, we also offer to test and carry out remedial repairs to church lightning conductors and carry out high level reports and inspections.