Asbestos roofs are made out of a material called Asbestos cement. This material contains cement with approximately 15% Asbestos, which, when set, forms a hard corrugated material that is often used as roofing for garages, sheds, and industrial buildings. There are three types of Asbestos roofing; chrysotile, crocidolite, and amosite which are all dangerous to remove if you don't have the correct training.

How do I know if my roof is Asbestos?

Sometimes it’s difficult to distinguish between insulation board and Asbestos, however, roofing is more likely to be Asbestos than insulation board because it is more weather resistant. To be sure, check to see if your roof is made from a grey corrugated material. Secondly, if it is not stamped with ‘NT’ it’s most probably made from Asbestos cement. If you’re still not sure, why not give our team a call on 020 8037 1848.

Asbestos is dangerous

Removal of an existing asbestos roof can be hazardous to your health and it's always better to get an experienced company to take care of the dirty work for you.

Give our experts a call today for an inspection and quotation to dispose of your asbestos roof.

What are the risks of Asbestos roof removal?

We have all heard the risks related to Asbestos; Mesothelioma, Asbestos-related lung cancer, Asbestosis, and Diffuse pleural thickening are to name a few. Compared to Asbestos pipe insulation or Asbestos insulation panels, however, Asbestos roof removal carries fewer risks. Having said this, the risks are still present and by hiring trained experts, the removal is much safer.

Why do I need Asbestos roof removal?

It is often the case that asbestos roofs start to deteriorate as they age, leading to them needing to be removed. In this instance, it is highly recommended that professionals, such as the trained experts at Exall Roofing, be called in for Asbestos roof removal.

How much will it cost?

The cost of Asbestos roof removal will vary depending on different factors, such as what your building is made from. Wood can be particularly difficult to remove Asbestos from. Another factor is the amount of Asbestos you need removing. More often than not, Asbestos was install over the entire property, however, if there is a smaller section of Asbestos that needs removing, this will be cheaper. If you live in a council owned building it is possible that local councils will pay for Asbestos roof removal, however, this will depend on where you live in the country.

Why Choose Exall Roofing for Asbestos roof removal?

Here at Exall Roofing, we provide a highly professional Asbestos roof removal service that reduces the risk to your health and also increases the longevity of your roof. Our highly qualified and experienced team are dedicated to providing a high quality and affordable Asbestos roof removal service within the London and Essex areas.