Professional Asbestos Removal Services

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From your everyday bathroom or laundry to the largest of commercial roofs there is no job to big or small. Our qualified asbestos professionals have seen it all, and have the equipment and know-how to get the job done correctly, safely and efficiently.

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Using our specialised grinder you no longer have to replace that hardwood floor or make do with messy unattractive encapsulation solutions. Our grinders come complete with an isolation unit and specialised HEPA Vacuum allowing even small areas within the home safe to restore and be asbestos-free.


Now offering highly efficient and robust air cleaner with the ability to clean the air even in large rooms, the encapsulated fan housing contains a fan of the radial blower type that builds up high pressure across its entire flow range, which provides effective air cleaning for the large rooms and walkways. Equipped with both a HEPA H13 filter that captures the smallest particles not just asbestos fibres but dust particles too.

How it Works

1. Call Us for a Quote

2. We can come out and assess the property.

3. We provide you a quote and time frame.

4. On acceptance, we complete the work.

5. You Breathe Easier knowing your property is safe.

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What is asbestos, and why is it a concern in Australia?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that was widely used in construction and manufacturing in Australia until the 1980s. It became a concern because exposure to asbestos fibers can lead to serious health issues, including lung diseases like mesothelioma and asbestosis.

Where can asbestos be found in Australian homes?

Asbestos can be found in various parts of Australian homes built before the 1990s. Common locations include roofing, wall cladding, eaves, fences, and even in some floor tiles and insulation materials. It’s important to identify and manage asbestos-containing materials to prevent exposure.

How can I safely handle asbestos in my home?

It is strongly recommended that you do not attempt to handle asbestos materials yourself. Instead, hire a licensed asbestos removalist or assessor(like us!). They have the necessary training and equipment to safely manage and remove asbestos. DIY asbestos removal is illegal and hazardous.

Is asbestos still used in Australia today?

No, asbestos has been banned in Australia since 2003. However, some older buildings and homes may still contain asbestos materials. It’s crucial to be vigilant when renovating or working on older structures to ensure you don’t disturb asbestos-containing materials.

What should I do if I suspect asbestos in my home or workplace?

If you suspect the presence of asbestos in your home or workplace, it’s essential to have it assessed by a qualified asbestos professional. They can conduct tests and recommend appropriate management or removal strategies if necessary. Never disturb or attempt to remove asbestos materials on your own, as this can be extremely dangerous to your health.

Are there any regulations or guidelines regarding asbestos disposal in Australia?

Yes, there are strict regulations and guidelines in place for the safe disposal of asbestos in Australia. Asbestos waste must be double-bagged in thick, heavy-duty plastic and clearly labeled as asbestos waste. It should then be taken to a licensed asbestos disposal facility, where it will be disposed of properly and safely. It is illegal to dispose of asbestos in regular household waste bins or to dump it illegally, and those who do so can face severe penalties.