Asbestos can be found in more places around the home than you might expect. This makes Asbestos Removal commonplace in the majority of demolition projects. Asbestos is an extremely hazardous material and under Australian Law must be disposed of by professionals like us. Furthermore following strict guidelines to ensure the safety of all involved in the removal.
COMMON PLACES ASBESTOS CAN BE FOUND;
- CORRUGATED CEMENT ROOFING
- EXTERIOR CLADDING
- HOT WATER PIPE INSULATION
- STOVE INSULATION
- TEXTURED PAINT
- FLUE PIPES
- BATHROOM LININGS
- WALL CLADDING
- THERMAL INSULATION
- ELECTRICITY AND GAS METER BOXES
- VINYL AND LINOLEUM FLOORING
- INSULATED WIRING
- HOTWATER SYSTEMS
- FIBRO SHEET FENCING
OUR EXPERIENCE WITH ASBESTOS REMOVAL!
Home Demolitions have many years of experience in asbestos removal and disposal, carrying out hundreds of jobs where asbestos needs to be dealt with in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.
Home Demolitions are fully qualified and insured to carry out any asbestos removal project no matter the size or location of the job.
As soon as an asbestos removal job is confirmed Home Demolition will lodge all necessary asbestos permits and notifications with Work Cover to ensure our removal is carried out within all Australian laws and regulations.
We will also notify all surrounding neighbours of the site as to when the asbestos removal will take place and the methods of which we will use to ensure their safety.
This is done through both letter box drops and verbally when applicable.Upon completion of the asbestos removal we dispose of the asbestos safely and in accordance with Australian law.
We are environmentally and safety conscious and take every step we can in ensuring asbestos does not enter the environment or affect the public in any way.
On completion of the asbestos removal we will inspect the area and certify the removal has taken place successfully. We will issue a clearance certificate of the removal being completed and deemed safe, which you can submit to council for your records.