Removal of asbestos roofs

All Garage Roofs specialises in removing an asbestos garage and shed roofing in London, Surrey, and the South East.

Our UKATA-trained asbestos contractors have over 20 years of experience working with asbestos and can provide complete removal and re-roofing solutions.

Our asbestos company is dedicated to providing the most effective and affordable solution to your asbestos requirements. We work with residential and commercial clients and can guide you through the process.

We offer an excellent service focusing on health, safety and compliance. Our exacting standards mean we will complete work efficiently and with minimal disruption.

Call now om 020 8016 2650 for more information.

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All the staff was verry helpful and verry assisting,When ever I had a issue they made sure to take care of it verry quickly,The craftsmanship was all so verry good would defo recommend and would definitely use again 👍🏼
will english
will english
Great job done by the guys. Very polite and professional. Came out same day! Highly recommend
poppy taylor
poppy taylor
Had a leaky asbestos roof replaced and the new roof is fantastic. Steve was outstanding, great workmanship, punctual, competitive price, all done in a day, and couldn’t be happier.Highly recommend.
Jeff Roberts
Jeff Roberts
No hesitation in recommending the team at All Garage Roofs. I cannot speak highly enough of their work. They handled the asbestos roof with care, and made my new garage roof look fantastic. Reliable service throughout the entire process. Thank you so much.
Vanessa Perry
Vanessa Perry
Brilliant service and excellent work. Would definitely recommend this company. Thanks again.
Denton Marsh
Denton Marsh
From the get go the team at All Garage Roofs provided a professional and friendly service. They prepped and replaced my old asbestos garage roof, making it watertight and safe. The site was cleaned down throughly, you wouldn’t have known they had been there! Thank you for a fantastic job!
Emily Brodrick
Emily Brodrick
So happy with my roof replacement. From the survey the quotation and the communication from the office, to the completion which was done in just one day . The fitters were prompt , very tidy and transformed my leaky garage .Thanks Team
Stephen Bird
Stephen Bird
nice company, good communication. had a fantastic new roof at a fantastic price. no problems recommending
Tyler Bird
Tyler Bird

Replace your dangerous asbestos garage roof today

Should I be concerned about an asbestos garage roof?

Asbestos was used heavily throughout the construction industry during the 1900s because it was widely available, strong, and resistant to heat and chemicals. It was a fantastic insulator, so it was combined with products such as cement, textured coatings, lagging, and insulating materials.

Asbestos was finally banned from use in the UK in 1999 when the full extent of the risks associated with asbestos exposure was understood. As a naturally occurring mineral, asbestos is made up of microscopic fibres that cannot be seen by the naked eye.

When these asbestos fibres are breathed in, it can result in a number of serious and even potentially fatal diseases, including lung cancer, asbestosis, and mesothelioma. The symptoms of these diseases do not become apparent until many years after exposure.

If the roof contains asbestos and is undamaged, it can be left and monitored. However, if it is not encapsulated, it may deteriorate over time.

As people look to make increasing use of their garages for working or storage space, it is essential to call asbestos surveyors if you think your roof may contain asbestos.

Roofers for a wide range of garage roofing

One of the most common asbestos products is asbestos garage roofs and sometimes walls. Asbestos garage roofs are extremely prevalent, and many garages and sheds built before 1999 will have an asbestos roof.

There are tell-tale signs of asbestos garage roofs, including corrugated cement sheets with visible fibres. These roofing sheets can be quite brittle and give off asbestos dust. Not all corrugated cement roofing sheets contain asbestos, but the vast majority do.

Our asbestos contractors will be able to analyse pictures of your roof and provide advice. We also offer a sampling and testing service, where a small amount of suspected ACMs are collected by our asbestos surveyors. These are sent to a UKAS-accredited laboratory for analysis. This will be able to analyse the type and extent of asbestos.


How long does it take to remove an asbestos garage roof?

Our asbestos removals team work quickly and efficiently to remove all asbestos roofing. A single-sized garage will take just a few hours to clear. Our asbestos operatives always take the correct health and safety precautions, including wearing protective clothing.

Our professional asbestos garage roof removals service is the safest way to ensure that you do not contaminate your property or put yourself, your family, or any staff at risk of asbestos exposure.

All asbestos will be wrapped and disposed of correctly, and you will be issued with an Environment Agency-mandated waste consignment note.

Asbestos was widely used in the construction of cement roofing sheets before it was banned in 1999. If your garage roofing is in poor condition, or you are planning on modernising the structure, it is important that you know whether it contains asbestos.

Our experienced asbestos contractors can provide an asbestos site consultation, sampling, and testing if needed.

Due to their experience, asbestos roof sheeting often has tell-tale signs of asbestos, such as visible fibres running through the roofing and a brittle texture.

If you suspect your garage roof contains asbestos, never use power tools and do not touch the roof. Asbestos is most dangerous when it becomes fragile, and fibres are released into the air. If in doubt, always call our experienced asbestos professionals. By contacting us, you can feel confident that ACMs will be identified and removed if necessary.

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If you suspect you have an asbestos garage roof and would like to speak with one of our asbestos specialists, please call on 0800 024 6201.