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Asbestos Roof Cleaning & Coatings

CJ Paint Spraying are specialists in asbestos roof cleaning and coatings on industrial and commercial buildings. We operate all over the UK and have offices in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, and Portsmouth. If you are looking for an experienced, skilled, and competent contractor then we can help.

Asbestos Roof Cleaning

We use a “Closed box Pressure Washing” system which is the only method approved by the HSE for cleaning asbestos roofing. The unit cleans using a high pressure 3000-6000ps water jet, which is manoeuvred around the roof, with minimal human interaction, resulting in a significantly lower chance of workers damaging the roof or encountering harmful asbestos fibres. Using enclosed cleaning heads, any resulting run-off is well within the EA Regulations, and disposed of using HSE em9 approved method. The cleaning of asbestos roofing is job for the experts, our team of experienced cleaners uses specialist equipment and has an advanced level of training to ensure this is done safely and effectively.

Asbestos Roof Coatings

Once cleaned, we protect the roof against further degradation for life using high performance asbestos roof coatings, encapsulating, and sealing the asbestos containing cement sheets. Asbestos Encapsulation can be applied quickly, compared with hazardous removal, saving thousands of pounds compared with the cost of removing asbestos sheets.

Asbestos roofs coatings can be applied with a brush, roller or spray depending on the size and location of the area to be covered. We can work effectively and safely with existing building contractors, adhering to all HSE requirements.

If your building has an asbestos roof, then the team at CJ Paint Spraying can help ensure that it is compliant with the latest regulations. From professional cleaning to coating and encapsulation, we’ll minimise the risks and health and safety concerns and give your asbestos roof a new lease of life.

Many asbestos roofing is approaching the end of its natural life expectancy meaning that it is more likely to become brittle and develop cracks. This can lead to serious health risks from the fibres becoming loose. Replacing an asbestos roof is an extremely expensive affair and one that needs to be carried out by professionals.

At CJ Paint Spraying we offer you a genuinely viable option to the replacement of an asbestos roof. We specialise in cleaning and coating of asbestos roofing and offer a free, no-obligation quote for treatment anywhere in the UK.

Our service begins with us professionally cleaning your asbestos roof and removing any dirt and debris. Once we have completed the cleaning of your roof, we’ll begin the encapsulation process. This involves applying a protective coating to your roof that prevents fibres from becoming loose. In addition to coating, we also offer a full sealing and encapsulation service which creates a weather-resistant membrane that effectively protects and contains the asbestos fibres and prolongs the lifespan of your asbestos roof.

It is essential to hire licensed professionals for these tasks. At CJ Paint Spraying we will ensure compliance with environmental regulations while safeguarding the well-being of occupants, workers, and the community. We operate nationwide from our regional bases in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, and Portsmouth.

Call us for a free consultation with one of our onsite supervisors today and keep your building in its best possible condition.

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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAD TO SAY?

“We have used CJ Paint Spraying a couple of times for on site spraying services along with repairs to our external cladding. All of the work they have completed for us has been spot on! It always looks brand new, and the teams are friendly and professional, we couldn't recommend enough.”

David Netherway 14th March 2018