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Asbestos Removal Liverpool

Malrod is one of the premier Liverpool asbestos removal companies who have been operating in Liverpool for many years. The company has a wealth of experience as our business was established over 40 years ago. As technology has changed so has our techniques of dealing with asbestos. We offer a wide range of services to eliminate asbestos exposure within Liverpool. Whether its is a commercial or domestic property we can help.

Dangers of asbestos

Asbestos is a highly dangerous toxic material. Once breathed in, some of the fibres remain in the lungs. Over many years, the build up of fibres, can lead to long term damage to the lungs often resulting in lung caner and mesothelioma. If you believe you have discovered asbestos, do not attempt any removal by yourself. Seek professional help from those who have been trained in how to deal with asbestos removal in Liverpool.

Services provided

Malrod will visit your property and determine the extent of contamination. We will then organise the disposal and collection of any asbestos found in your commercial or domestic property. We have a wide range of services available to industrial properties that we can tailor to your needs.

Please feel free to speak to one of advisers, who are always ready to help with your concerns. Our telephone is 0800 669 6039.

As well as Liverpool, we operate in the following areas: Aigburth, Aintree, Allerton, Anfield, Bebington, Bidston, Birkenhead, Bootle, Bowring Park, Brighton-le-Sands, Broadgreen, Childwall, Claughton, Clubmoor, Crosby, Croxteth, Edge Hill, Egremont, Everton, Fairfield, Fazakerley, Ford, Garston, Gateacre, Grassendale, Greasby, Great Crosby, Halewood, Higher Bebington, Hunts cross, Hyton, Kensington, Kirkby, Kirkdale, Knotty Ash, Knowsley, Litherland, Liverpool city centre, Moreton, Netherley, Netherton, New Brighton, New Ferry, Norris Green, Orrell Park, Page Moss, Port Sunlight

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