Asbestos Cladding Removal
Are you concerned that cladding on your premises contains asbestos?
Act now to make sure your building is safe and and meet the latest Health & Safety Regulations with our asbestos cladding removal service.
Timmins Engineering are fully trained in cladding and asbestos cladding removal service, with years of experience within this field, you can rely on the team to provide the best service.
The initial site visit will include a full building survey to assess the level of asbestos cladding removal required. All necessary Risk and Method Assessments will be carried out, in line with the latest Health & Safety Regulations.
In some instances, asbestos-containing materials may not necessarily need to be removed. Sometimes it can be over-clad instead – which is particularly common in asbestos roof coverings. The team of experts at Timmins will take the time to carry out a full inspection before commencing asbestos removal, and the most cost-effective method will always be used, to suit your individual requirements.
Over-cladding is an aesthetically pleasing solution, and ensures your steel frame building remains watertight. It is also the best method for causing minimal disruption as no roof material needs to be removed.
Contact us today if you require building refurbishment or asbestos cladding removal services.
Timmins regularly carry out steel building refurbishment, alongside the structural steelworks construction services including dismantling and alterations of industrial and agricultural steel frame buildings.
Storm damage is a common issue within the agricultural industry, and with an extensive agricultural background, Timmins understand the requirements of farmers, as well as the importance of securing buildings within a short timescale. The team ensure that any roofing or structural damage is fixed efficiently and cost-effectively, carrying out regular building refurbishment works to the very highest standards. Timmins Engineering are also main contractors to insurance companies, and are therefore highly experienced when it comes to repairing agricultural steel frame buildings under insurance claims.
Timmins will carry out an extensive site visit in the first instance, in order to assess the damage. This allows the preparation of an exact estimate from the start of the process, and the team will also consider the most cost-effective method of repairing the damage too. If it will cost more to repair an existing building than to manufacture a new one, the building refurbishment team will be completely transparent.