RAW Asbestos Surveys

Prompt, Professional and Competitvely priced Asbestos Surveys for commercial and domestic customers in Hull and throughout East Yorkshire.

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Prompt, Professional and Competitvely priced Asbestos Surveys

Throughout Hull, Yorkshire and Surrounding Areas


BOHS P402 certified surveyor

All surveys carried out by a BOHS P402 certified surveyor.


Low power optical microscopy

All samples are analysed using low power optical microscopy to aid identification of asbestos fibres.


Polarised Light Microscopy

Asbestos fibres are examined under Polarised Light Microscopy (PLM) to identify the types of asbestos present.


Full Asbestos Test Report

A detailed asbestos survey report is sent to the customer. This includes laboratory test results identifying any type of asbestos present.

Asbestos Management Surveys

The purpose of a management survey is to locate, as far as reasonably practicable, the presence and extent of any suspect ACMs in the building which may be damaged or disturbed during normal occupancy and to assess their condition. Management surveys will often involve minor intrusive work and some disturbance.

A management survey will include an assessment of the condition of the various ACMs and will give a good initial guide to the priority for managing ACMs as it will identify the materials which will most readily release airborne fibres if they are disturbed. Sampling will confirm the presence or absence of ACMs.


Asbestos Refurbishment and Demolition Surveys

A refurbishment and demolition survey is needed before any refurbishment or demolition work is carried out. This type of survey is used to locate and describe, as far as reasonably practicable, all ACMs in the area where the refurbishment work will take place or in the whole building if demolition is planned. The survey will be fully intrusive and involve destructive inspection, as necessary, to gain access to all areas, including those that may be difficult to reach.

Refurbishment and demolition surveys should only be conducted in unoccupied areas to minimise risks to the public or employees on the premises. For minor refurbishment, this would only apply to the room involved or even part of the room where the work is small and the room large. In these situations, there should effective isolation of the survey area (eg full floor to ceiling partition), and furnishings should be removed as far as possible or protected using sheeting.


  1. Fascia Boards
  2. Cement Tiles
  3. Cement Water Tank
  4. Cement Pipe & Pipe Lagging
  5. Loose Fill Asbestos
  6. Cement Guttering
  7. Cemenet Down Pipe
  8. Toilet Cistern & Toilet Seat
  9. Artex/Textured Coating
  10. Soffit Boards
  11. Boiler (Rope, Flue Pipe)
  12. AIB
  13. Vinyl Floor Tile
  1. Sink Pad
  2. Cement Board
  3. Damp Proof Course
  4. Fire Place Panel
  5. Flue Pipe
  6. Asbestos Cemenet Roof
  7. Windows Rope Seal
  8. Cemenet Sheet
  9. Understair AIB/Cement Boards
  10. Bath Panel
  11. AIB Boxing
  12. AIB Door
  13. Undersarking

AIB = Asbestos Insulating Board



  1. Asbestos Cement Water Tank
  2. AIB To Door
  3. Floor Tiles
  4. Pipe Lagging/Boiler
  5. Toilet Seat
  6. Toilet Cistern
  7. AIB Behind Fuse Box
  8. Cement Flue Pipe
  9. Asbestos Cement Panels
  10. AIB Interior Window Panel
  11. Cemenet Downpipe
  12. Artex/Textured Coating Ceiling
  1. Cable Wrap
  2. AIB Panel
  3. Asbestos Cement Under Cloak
  4. Loose Fill Insulation
  5. Heater
  6. AIB Boxing
  7. Damp Proof Course
  8. Roofing Felt
  9. Soffits - AIB or Asbestos Cement
  10. Fuse Guards
  11. Asbestos Profiled Sheeting
  12. Sprayed Coating To Beams

AIB = Asbestos Insulating Board