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Helping businesses stay compliant with asbestos regulations

By forging a reputation as a trusted asbestos consultant in the UK, we have established a client base spanning all commercial sectors.

Over the years, RB Asbestos have helped huge organisations comply with the latest asbestos regulations and empower their staff in combating the dangers of ACMs (asbestos-containing materials). Our surveyors have conducted comprehensive asbestos surveys and testing in shops, industrial units and even village churches in the Darlington area. And our expert team have consulted with social housing trusts on pioneering compliance initiatives.

Whether you are responsible for a single business premises in Darlington or several buildings across a number of sites, you will need to use our specialist asbestos services. Having an asbestos survey conducted on the premises can both verify the safety of materials on-site and offer guidance on any remedial work required.

Tailored asbestos services for Darlington business owners

RB Asbestos Surveyors offer fully-certified inspections, surveys and specialist advice to businesses and landlords in the town of Darlington and the surrounding areas, including:-

  • Barmpton
  • Little burdon
  • Stapleton
  • Cleasby
  • Harrowgate
  • Coatham Mundeville
  • Beaumont Hill
  • Whinfield
  • Haughton Le Skerne
  • Firthmoor
  • Hummersknott
  • Moden
  • Blackwell
  • Branksome
  • Cockerton
  • Faverdale
  • The Denes

Call 0800 141 2676 for free advice and we’ll discuss how we can help you stay compliant with the latest asbestos legislation. 

Alternatively, if you’d like a free quote for one of our asbestos surveys, then fill in our contact form and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible concerning your property.


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Serving properties throughout the town of Darlington, our accredited asbestos services, including management, testing and surveys, can help you manage the asbestos in your industry.

Helping Local Businesses -

RB Asbestos protect many businesses from asbestos

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  • McDonald's Logo
  • Pizza Hut
  • Habinteg - Accessible Homes Independent Lives
  • SSE
  • People & Housing St Vincent's
  • Swizzels Matlow
  • The Manchester College
  • BCH Blackpool Coastal Housing
  • The Original Factory Shop Logo
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Frequently Asked Questions

Our expert team of surveyors are fully-qualified to recognized industry standards. RB Asbestos Consultants conform to all relevant standards including HSG 264 and ISO 9001: 2015. We also hold appropriate Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance.


Here, we answer some of the most common questions we receive from customers about asbestos management, surveys and compliance.

How much does an asbestos survey cost in Darlington?
There isn’t a fixed price for asbestos surveys in any area. Factors that influence the cost include the number of rooms to be inspected, as well as the age and condition of the building(s). RB Asbestos provide a comprehensive service at a competitive price, and when you get in touch we can give you a no-obligation quote based on our initial discussion.
Does Darlington Council remove asbestos?
No - Darlington Borough Council are not able to come to your premises to remove asbestos containing materials (ACMs). The removal and disturbance of ACMs should be carried out by a qualified specialist. The Health and Safety Executive maintain a directory of asbestos removal experts.
Is an asbestos survey required by law in Darlington?
All non-domestic buildings constructed before the year 2000 must legally have an asbestos survey in place. If you are responsible for a building in the Darlington area, it is also good practice to make sure that employees, visitors and residents are not exposed to the considerable dangers of exposure to asbestos fibres.