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Asbestos Advice & Consultation

Every step of the way, E4 Environmental offers consultation and expert advice to ensure you are receiving the best quality service possible. If you have any questions about the process we are more than happy to share our knowledge with you so you are fully aware of what to expect. Our company has been providing asbestos-specialist services for over 12 years, and have a wealth of knowledge between our team.

We have dedicated & specialist trained Contract Managers allocated to each project, ready to undertake any works required, planning each stage with thorough detail to ensure safety to all during the removal works and resolving potential issues.

Speak to one of our lovely office staff members to start your enquiry, and we guarantee an expert will provide a call back service at their earliest opportunity with the aim of visiting you to provide a quote.

As each case is different to the next, we are unable to give a set price but are happy to take a look free of charge before any commitment from yourselves, always guaranteeing a competitive price.

Every job we take on is planned & delivered to strict Health & Safety Executive (HSE England) standards. Their guidelines form the basis of our plans of works, and we are constantly striving to deliver the highest possible standard of health and safety results. For more information on HSE guidelines and the asbestos licensing procedure each licensed asbestos removal contractor has to follow please click here.

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...

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Frequently Asked Questions

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

Q: How many types of asbestos are there?

Asbestos has two sub-categories; Serpentine and Amphibole, defined by their difference in fibre qualities. In the Serpentine category is Chrysotile (also known as White asbestos) with S-shaped fibres. In the Amphibole category is; Crocidolite (Blue asbestos), Amosite (Brown asbestos) and also lesser-known Anthophyllite, Tremolite and Actinolite, all with straight fibres.

Q: What should I do if I find asbestos?

Before removals can take place, the type of asbestos needs to be identified with an independent surveyor to determine the exact properties. Never attempt to remove it yourself, and call a professional such as ourselves. If it is in bad condition it may be treated as an urgent matter.

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.

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