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Fibre Safe are Asbestos Removal Experts in Liverpool

With the help of our UKATA-trained staff, we remove and dispose of asbestos garage roofs, garages and sheds, Artex asbestos ceilings, popcorn ceilings, floor tiles, water tanks, flue pipes, and asbestos cement panelling safely.

You must ensure the asbestos removal company you choose is licensed and insured in the UK, not just some “jack the lad” making a few quid illegally removing and disposing of asbestos.

Because of our efficient asbestos removal operations and timely and quality services, we are regarded as the most competent asbestos removal experts across Merseyside and the North West.

Asbestos Removal Liverpool

Safe in our hands

We are a specialist asbestos removal company with branches in Liverpool, Wirral, Wrexham and Manchester and we work to UKAS standards (United Kingdom Accreditation Service).  As standard, all of our staff hold the relevant UKATA or BOHS accreditations, from asbestos removal operatives on site to administrative staff and directors in the office.

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Please contact us with your Asbestos issue on 0151 538 3084 or email us at

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Removing Asbestos from your Liverpool property Safely

Asbestos is known to be in over 4000 different building products, many of which are common everyday items that you wouldn’t suspect. Asbestos is not just found in people’s homes, but also commercial & industrial buildings, ships, agricultural structures, hospitals, schools etc.

It is important to your health to ensure that you do not disturb asbestos containing materials and in a commercial premises it is a legal requirement to have an asbestos survey & management plan. Although there are far too many asbestos products to list, we have compiled a short video of the most popular types of asbestos containing materials which our surveyors come across.

Please remember that asbestos materials should only be handled by an appropriately trained, qualified and competent person. If you would like to book an inspection, then please don’t hesitate to contact us
on 0151 538 3084

We cover the following areas across Liverpool:

  • Aigburth
  • Allerton
  • Anfield
  • Belle Vale
  • Broadgreen
  • Bootle
  • Childwall
  • Croxteth
  • Crosby
  • Dovecot
  • Edge Hill
  • Everton
  • Fazakerley
  • Formby
  • Garston
  • Gateacre
  • Gillmoss
  • Grassendale
  • Great Altcar
  • Hightown
  • Halewood
  • Hunt’s Cross
  • Huyton
  • Kirkdale
  • Kirby
  • Knowsley
  • Maghull
  • Mossley Hill
  • New Hall
  • St Michael’s Hamlet
  • Sefton Park
  • Speke
  • Prescot
  • Tuebrook
  • Tarbock Green
  • Vauxhall
  • Walton
  • Woolton

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Whether you are a commercial enterprise or a homeowner call us to discuss your need.

Is Asbestos Hazardous?

Asbestos is the name of a group of fibrous silicate materials occurring naturally in the environment. This material was widely used between the 1950s and 1980s in the manufacture of building materials.

Asbestos containing materials become hazardous when they are disturbed and release fibres into the atmosphere.

Types of asbestos

There are three types of asbestos which are most commonly found in ACMs.


(blue asbestos)


(brown asbestos)


(white asbestos)

Fatal Diseases​

When asbestos is damaged, fibres are released, and once inhaled, they can potentially cause a number of serious and fatal diseases such as asbestosis and cancer.

Asbestos Health Risks

If building materials that contain asbestos (like older insulation and ceiling and floor tiles) begin to decompose over time, asbestos fibres can be found in indoor air and may pose a health threat. Sprayed coatings, pipe insulation and Asbestos Insulating Board (AIB) are thought to be the most dangerous due to their high content of asbestos and friable nature. Only recently that we have become fully aware of the health problems caused by exposure to asbestos. When asbestos is damaged, its fibres will be released into the air and once inhaled, they can potentially cause a number of serious and fatal diseases. The tiny asbestos fibres are linked to a number of diseases such as asbestosis, mesothelioma and lung cancer.

Because of these health risks, asbestos is no longer used as a building material. This is the reason for the UK wide ban in 1999. However, buildings constructed before the year 2000 may still have asbestos in them and despite the fact that asbestos was banned from use in the UK in 1999, it is still fairly commonly found in homes and places of work across Liverpool.

Examples of more commonly known ACMs where asbestos fibres can be found in your home or business premises include: roofing, garages, flooring, tiles, insulation for heating pipes, and loft insulation, loose lagging, ceiling panels, electrical insulation.

Watch our video identifying common types of asbestos


constructed before the year 2000 may still have asbestos in them