OUR SERVICES

Asbestos Removal

We can provide a wide range of asbestos removal services, encapsulation and decontamination, we use the latest technologies, processes and equipment to do so. We carry out rigorous internal and external auditing of our asbestos operations on-site, to ensure that all safety and quality control requirements are achieved. All staff working on your home or business have all training in asbestos removal techniques as well as medicals. Additionally, we have implemented a SAFETY FIRST approach on all our jobs.

We are compliant with the control of asbestos regulations whs act and the work health and safety regulation 2011, we have dedicated policies and procedures to ensure a consistent level of service. Our health & safety and required accreditation are in line with industry standards.

Sample & Testing

The best way to start your renovations is to have the materials tested for asbestos. This ensures the health and safety for you and your family and prevents the disturbance of any potential asbestos fibres. Our Sample & Testing process is fast and effective. We carefully extract a small sample to prevent exposure and contaminating your home. It is then double bagged labelled and safely transported to an NATA accredited asbestos testing laboratory for asbestos fibre identification. A certificate of analysis will be issued within 1-2 business days with the results. 

Demolition

We carry out a thorough site inspection to asses the structure being demolished and create a plan to complete the project safely and on time leaving the site clean. We offer a wide range of internal and external demolition services such as Internal structures, bathrooms, gyprock, tile removal, sheds, carports and much more.

 

Pickup & Disposal

Our Pickup & Disposal service is cost effective and ensures safe removal of the asbestos materials from your property carefully using our enviromental waste transfer licence.

Asbestos Emergency Make Safe Work

We offer an effective and rapid response to emergency work day or night, our team are highly trained in asbestos removal preventing any risk of exposure to asbestos fibres. It is always best to isolate the damaged asbestos area immediately and call us right away to make it safe.

Asbestos Inspection & Condition Report

Renovating, Rebuilding or Buying? If you’re renovating or rebuilding, your local council may require an asbestos inspection prior to approving your work. Buying a new home, a pre-purchase asbestos inspection can also put your mind at rest about the presence and condition of the asbestos as well as the cost to remove it.

EnviroSafe Demolitions is happy to quote on completing an asbestos inspection and audit for your home. An inspection will give you the peace of mind knowing exactly where any asbestos exists in your home. Whether you need to take any safety precautions around it right now, and whether you need to have the asbestos professionally removed by us before any future renovations.

FAQ

WHAT WAS ASBESTOS USED FOR?

Because of its idyllic properties, asbestos was frequently used as a building material for a wide range of products. Asbestos is now banned in many countries but still remains common in buildings and products manufactured before the year 2000. Common items that asbestos is used for include:

• Cement and plaster
• Textiles and fabrics
• Car parts
• Roofs
• Electric cable coverings
• Pipes
• Insulation
• Paper, cardboard and packaging
• Spray coatings
• Tiles

HOW DANGEROUS IS ASBESTOS?
Asbestos is a hazardous substance that causes ill-health to anyone who disturbs or damages it and then inhales the airborne asbestos fibres. Asbestos is only dangerous if it is damaged or disturbed, such as during demolition or maintenance work, or due to deterioration of the material over time. If left alone, asbestos is not dangerous. Exposure to asbestos is only dangerous if the airborne fibres are inhaled regularly or for a prolonged period of time: one, short exposure is unlikely to cause much harm.
ARE ASBESTOS FIBRES VISIBLE?
No, asbestos fibres are not visible to the naked eye. They can only be seen under a microscope. Asbestos fibres are around 3–20 µm wide: 10 times smaller than the width of a human hair. Asbestos fibres are only released when the material is disturbed or damaged; if left alone they will not be released and will do no harm.