Leigh Industrial Asbestos Removal
Industrial buildings and structures are often overlooked when it comes to removing asbestos. At Asbestos Removal Manchester Ltd., we understand that industrial asbestos removal can be a difficult task, especially because of the size of the industrial space. However, our experience of more than 20 years and the support of a well-trained team of technicians puts us in a good position to handle all aspects of industrial asbestos removal task.
In the industrial sector, we have extensive experience and knowledge of working across a wide range of project sizes. From an enterprise’s boiler room to heavy industrial plants and even factory roof, we have the required expertise and the resources to help you manage the asbestos in your industrial premises.
Regardless of whether we are working as the principal asbestos removal contractor or the subcontractor, you can be assured of the highest quality service and great attention to detail. Our team can not only remove asbestos from your industrial space, but can also help you with industrial demolition and remediation.
Expertise in industrial and demolition asbestos removal
As one of the revered industrial asbestos removal & abatement contractors in Manchester, we can assist in any remedial or asbestos removal project when improvement or renovation work is planned. We have a varied portfolio that includes factors and warehouses of all types, as well as, heavy-duty plants and other industrial structures. We work with clients across Greater Manchester and Lancashire. If you need to get rid of asbestos in your industrial space, you can reach out to us. Our team of experts will arrange for an on-site visit and they will discreetly survey the space to identify the presence of asbestos. We will send the asbestos tests to the lab and receive the report within 48-hours of our request. The report is going to reveal to us the amount of asbestos that we are dealing with and if they are loose and exposed. Accordingly, our team will create a removal and disposal plan that will put the health and safety of your workers at the top.
We carry out industrial asbestos removal with the help of our licensed and highly trained technicians. They are capable of handling all types of asbestos-related concerns and challenges. They implement the latest techniques and help industrial buildings or structures to remain compliant and create a healthy, safe working environment. No matter how big or small your space is, you can trust our professionals to render your space asbestos-free.
Tell us your industrial asbestos removal needs
If you are planning to demolish or refurbish your industrial structure, you must not overlook the importance of checking for asbestos. When asbestos is damaged or exposed, the mineral fibres mix with the air and they can enter the lungs. Airborne asbestos is a serious health hazard as it can result in breathing problems, genetic damage and cancer. Our team is equipped to take care of any kind of asbestos removal scenario and the size of the industrial building will not deter us.
So, contact us and avail our industrial asbestos removal services.
Leigh is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, 7.7 miles (12 km) southeast of Wigan and 9.7 miles (15.6 km) west of Salford, on low-lying land northwest of Chat Moss.
Within the boundaries of the historic county of Lancashire, Leigh was originally the centre of a large ecclesiastical parish covering six vills or townships. When the three townships of Pennington, Westleigh and Bedford merged in 1875 forming the Leigh Local Board District, Leigh became the official name for the town, although it had been applied to the area of Pennington and Westleigh around the parish church for many centuries. The town became an urban district in 1894 when part of Atherton was added. In 1899 Leigh became a municipal borough. The first town hall was built in King Street and replaced by the present building in 1907.
Originally an agricultural area (noted for dairy farming), domestic spinning and weaving led to a considerable silk industry and, in the 20th century, cotton industry. Leigh also exploited the underlying coal measures, particularly after the town was connected to the canals and railways. Leigh had an important engineering base. The legacy of Leigh’s industrial past can be seen in the remaining red brick mills – some of which are listed buildings – although it is now a mainly residential town, with Edwardian and Victorian terraced housing packed around the town centre. Leigh’s present-day economy is based largely on the retail sector.