Asbestos cladding was used in Australia on homes built before 1990 because of its ease of use, relatively cheap price, attractive finish fireproofing, acoustic qualities and thermal qualities. Australia was the largest user of asbestos per capita than any other country .
Asbestos cladding generally comes in 3 basic types standard sheeting , striated board and shadow clad varying in thickness and profile .
So what will happen when you have asbestos cladding removed from your home or workplace ?
We have a few common scene rules to keep everybody safe while we are removing asbestos roofing . Keep all windows closed on the home , keep all pets away , no washing on the clothesline , remove all covers on outdoor furniture .
Removing asbestos roofs can be safely managed by our asbestos removal expert team of asbestos removal technicians we are constantly reviewing our safety policy’s and procedures to deliver the very best and safest asbestos removal experience for our customers.
- All asbestos removal work starts with the lodgement of notification paperwork to the state , territory regulator.
- We always start the day by notifying the neighbours and having our pre start meeting .
- When working on the outside of a building it is really important to lay drop sheets down so we don’t end up with small asbestos fragments in the ground.
- After the asbestos sheeting has been wet down and carefully removed the frame is de nailed and decontaminated .
- Next an encapsulation spray is applied to the frame to make it safe for you to continue renovations.
- Every job is inspected and a clearance certificate is issued you are now free to return home.
- All asbestos will be taken from site and transferred to a registered waste facility .
This is just a quick guide there are many small steps in between this blog covers the main steps .