Clear Asbestos Removal is an industry leader when it comes to removing asbestos in St Ives. Only a Government Qualified Service Provider is allowed to remove asbestos, which involves a process that's both complicated and dangerous. Clear Asbestos provides services that are affordable, allowing you to save time and money. We have been operating for over a decade and we are confident we are among the most experienced asbestos disposal St Ives companies.
Untrained professionals should not attempt to remove asbestos from their property because if it's not done properly, fibres from asbestos might not be thoroughly removed and could spread. In turn, those who are living or working in the area could be at risk. If you need asbestos removed from your property, then you should hire a professional company, such as us.
The National Occupational Health and Safety Commission has a set of guidelines that we follow. Our team consists of highly trained professionals. We fully understand the dangerous of removing asbestos, which is why we use methods that are tried and tested.
Our equipment is state-of-the-art. Not only hat, but we are capable of removing even the smallest amounts of asbestos. You can count on our licensed company to get the job done right.
Asbestos is a carcinogen, according to the Australian Government Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency. Inhaling asbestos fibres can increase your risk of diseases. This includes mesothelioma, pleural disease and lung cancer.
Asbestos was a popular right up until the 80s, and this was due to its fire-resistant properties and durability. Eventually the material was banned, and many St Ives homeowners removed the material right away. However, traces of asbestos can still be found in thousands of homes. If your property is quite old and you are fearful that it has the material, then call us to schedule an asbestos assessment test.
Clear Asbestos Removal is here to remove your asbestos. Our company is equipped with the tools and expertise required to handle just about project, regardless of size and work involved. Throughout the years we have removed the material from thousands of commercial and residential properties.
All of the projects we have worked on we were able to obtain a clearance certificate.We believe we are the best at what we do. This is why we have become one of the most preferred companies for asbestos abatement St Ives.
We charge somewhere between $40 and $60 per square metre, but the exact price depends on the following:
1. Difficulty of the job. For example, removing a roof with a steep slope is more difficult than removing a shed roof.
2. The size of the project. The larger the job, the more it usually costs.
3. Tipping costs and distance to the tip. In some cases, prices may be much higher than the $450 that tipping costs typically start at.
5. How easy it is to access the property.
6. Removing large quantities of smaller materials is more difficult than removing large ACM sheets.
7. We evaluate what's involved with a job before we start.
Our process includes:
If you engage our St Ives asbestos removal services, then you'll have to get an asbestos clearance certificate. This is per regulations, and it is necessary because it means that visible asbestos fragments have been removed. It also means the property is safe for those who reside in it or anyone who enters it. You need a certificate, regardless of what type of property you have.
After we have removed the waste and have disposed of it, we'll clean the area. We'll perform an inspection of the property before we give you a certificate. When you receive the asbestos clearance certificate, you can start using the property as you normally would.
Inspection and Testing - Collect a sample and send it to a lab
Asbestos Roofing - Roof inspection and disposal services
Fence Inspection and Removal - Safe Fencing replacement
Safety Checklist - 19 point safety checklist
Many building products contain ACM, short for asbestos containing materials. You need to have an expert determine if you have asbestos. In some cases, an expert can send the material off to have it tested.
Areas where the material may be found includes:
Other areas include the following: gable end sheeting,hardiplank, wall cladding, imitation brick cladding and insulation.
Roof guttering, roof capping and sheeting, shed linings and car ports are more areas where the material can be found.
Any ACM is hazardous. That being said, there are two categories of ACM. One is bonded and the other is non-bonded.
Out of the two, it's bonded ACM that is less dangerous to work with. In order to reduce its effects, it's a good idea to not disturb it. However, this isn't the case when transporting it or moving it.
Bonded ACM is ACM with cement or another form of high bonding matrix. There are few risks involved when working with bonded ACM and this is because of its stability. Nonetheless, the fibre can become dangerous to people when it is disturbed, which can happen if the material becomes damaged. As long as the material is not damaged or interfered with, then nobody should be affected.
This is very dangerous because the material has loosely packed fibers. The material can easily be crushed and damaged. In turn, the fibres can easily spread via the air, which is when they can become very harmful to people.
Non-bonded jobs require an abundance of caution. In fact, only a professional should do it. Regulation and professional licensing differ from state to state.
When you are assessing your house for asbestos removal St Ives, there are a few things you should look out for.
Storms can cause a lot of damage to properties. ACM products such as cement and roofs can become damaged during a storm. It's wise to call a professional if there's been a storm that has caused damaged to your property.
Roofs often release fibres as a result of surface weathering. When disturbed, asbestos materials can release fibres that are harmful. This can happen during roof repairs or when gutters are being removed. It's a good idea to have the roof sealed before it is worked on, that way risks are reduced.
Fire can cause a lot of damage to the property, especially to a property's walls. This is why fire is a major reason why asbestos fibres get into the area. If a fire has occurred at your property, then contact a professional to inspect it for asbestos.
Your walls and home is protected from water damage, partly due to the downpipes and the gutters. If your gutters are in poor condition, then it's time to repair them. The same goes for your downpipes. If you can't make the repairs on your own or you don't know how to do it properly, then call a professional to do it for you.
Coating & Painting
Many fibro walls can and have been painted. This is because painting them poses virtually no risk of fibres from spreading into the area. In fact, painting isn't really a major issue at all. So, feel free to paint whenever you want. However, the issue arises if you want to sand the surface that you will paint or coat. Sanding surfaces such as walls can increase the chances of disturbing fibres. In turn, those fibres can spread into the air, where it can be harmful for people in the area.
Are you ready to get asbestos removal in St Ives NSW?
Do you want to have it removed or do you want to find out for sure if it's an issue? If so, then give us a call today.
We will be more than happy to assess your property and let you know what your next step should be, as well as provide you with a free no-obligation quote.
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