Asbestos ceilings are quite common in homes construction between the 1950’s and the 1980’s. Because of their heat resistant properties as well as being almost fire proof, asbestos products tended to be used in bathrooms, laundries and garages. If you think your ceiling is made from asbestos material, you need a professional ceiling asbestos removal team to identify and then remove it from your home.

How Can I Tell if My Ceiling Contains Asbestos?

It can be quite hard to tell if you need ceiling asbestos removal in your home, but one good indication is that you have a textured ceiling. These ceilings were popular between the 1950’s – 1990’s, and unfortunately often contain asbestos. If your home was built prior to 2003, there is also a small chance you may have an asbestos ceiling.

If you are concerned about what your ceiling is made of, call ICON Asbestos; we offer a testing service so you know what you are dealing with. If you do need to remove your ceiling, our team of professionals can get in, remove the ceiling and leave again with minimum fuss and mess.

How long does ceiling asbestos removal take?

The time it takes for ceiling asbestos removal can vary depending on the size of the area needing to be removed, access to the area and the materials we need to remove your ceiling. On top of the time to remove the ceiling, we will also need time to ensure you come back to a home that is free from asbestos dust and materials.

Ask us for an estimated time length when we come out and do your free quote.

Because asbestos can be a dangerous product, especially if you are doing renovations, if you have a ceiling that contains asbestos, it’s best getting your entire house checked – you never know where the building material might turn up.

For testing, quotes and removal of asbestos from your home, call the team at ICON Asbestos Removal