Asbestos Removal Management can save you time and money, as well as ensuring you are fully compliant.

Vintec do not offer asbestos removal. We like to keep our Asbestos Testing and Air Monitoring services completely independent from removal, meaning you can be confident that the results and recommendations from our Asbestos Surveys will always be impartial and in your best interests! However, we are more than happy to manage the asbestos removal process for you and have a list of trusted removal suppliers that you can use.

Using an experienced and knowledgeable project manager for your asbestos removal will help safeguard your projects, ensuring they are completed on time and on budget.

Vintec can manage the whole removal process for you, from choosing a contractor, through to post-removal inspection and Air Monitoring.

Get in touch for expert advice and to discuss your asbestos needs – see how you can utilise Vintec’s decades of asbestos experience. Call us on 01923 664411

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