Asbestos Removal.
Brisbane's #1 Asbestos Disposal Company.

We're licensed to safely remove asbestos.

Our qualified team conducts careful identification, removal, and disposal of asbestos-containing materials, in line with strict regulatory standards. Trust us to make your property safer, mitigating risks associated with asbestos exposure.

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We Offer Our Services in Brisbane, Brisbane North, Ipswich, Moreton Bay & the Gold Coast

Our Cheap Asbestos Testing & Removal Services

Understanding the health risks associated with asbestos exposure, we are committed to providing reliable and cost-effective solutions tailored to protect your health and property. Our mission is to make asbestos testing and removal accessible to everyone, ensuring peace of mind for homeowners, businesses, and industrial clients alike. Choose us for an affordable path to a safer, asbestos-free space.

Structural Removals Brisbane

Our structural removals ensure that your space is safe and compliant with local regulations. Our team adheres to strict safety protocols and regulations, ensuring the health and safety of our clients and the environment.

Residential Asbestos Removal

We are your go-to removalists for residential and home asbestos removals in the city. Our team handles both asbestos roof and soil removals safely and dispose of asbestos-containing materials.

Industrial Asbestos Removal

Trust our experts to handle your industrial asbestos demolition. We’ll take care of it with the utmost care and precision using specialized equipment and techniques to safely remove and dispose of contaminated materials.

Commercial Asbestos Removal

Our commercial asbestos removal specialists will focus on minimal disruption to your business operations. Our Brisbane disposal services offer a seamless and efficient process, ensuring that your commercial space will comply with stringent health regulations.

Licensed Asbestos Removal Throughout Queensland

Our team holds the necessary licenses, qualifications, and insurance to execute asbestos elimination tasks throughout Brisbane, handling both bonded and friable asbestos types. Possessing a Class A asbestos removal license allows us to tackle the disposal of the most dangerous asbestos varieties alongside other hazardous materials.

As a forefront entity in asbestos eradication, we dedicate ourselves to upholding the utmost standards in Workplace Health and Safety (WHS), constantly honing our methods to align with the pinnacle of industry practices concerning asbestos disposal. Moreover, our fleet is fully certified and equipped for the safe transportation and disposal of asbestos debris.

Should you be a property developer or owner mulling over the prospect of demolishing a building and feel uncertain about the presence of asbestos in structures like walls, ceilings, or roofs, we invite you to reach out to us. We offer onsite evaluations and complimentary estimates to assist in your planning.

Asbestos Roof Removal In Brisbane

Pro House Demolitions Brisbane is a Queensland licensed asbestos removalist that stands out through its specialization in asbestos abatement. We operate  in Brisbane adhering to stringent regulations. Our expertise is focused on the removal of asbestos-containing materials such as roofs, gutters, walls, and wall cladding, among other bonded asbestos products that present potential hazards to residents of the property.

How We Identify Asbestos

Identifying asbestos in your property is the first step towards a safer environment. Asbestos can be found in various materials, like fibre cement sheeting, vinyl floor tiles, and even brake pads in vehicles. 

Our experts are proficient in identifying these hidden dangers. With our comprehensive asbestos inspection service, we can confirm if your property contains asbestos, where it’s located, and how much is present. 

EPA Monitors

As part of our commitment to safeguarding your health and the environment, we strictly adhere to EPA’s asbestos removal laws and regulations. All our asbestos abatement operations are monitored by EPA-approved systems to ensure optimal safety and compliance. By leveraging the latest technology, our EPA monitors allow us to track and control the amount of asbestos being removed, offering complete transparency and peace of mind.

Understanding The Process Of Residential, Commercial & Industrial Asbestos Removal

Whether you’re looking for a residential, commercial or industrial remover, asbestos removal involves the identification, separation, and lawful disposal of materials or products in a structure containing asbestos. Although the process is relatively straightforward, it’s a high-risk work, demanding unique safety procedures due to the hazardous nature of asbestos. This document details crucial aspects of the removal process, including safety measures and air quality control.

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Why Is The Right Disposal Important?

Asbestos was popular in residential and commerical construction due to its fire resistance, durability, and insulation properties. However, it has been associated with health conditions such as asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma, emphasizing the need for its removal. Most structures built before the late 20th century may contain asbestos, underscoring the importance of awareness and action.

Working With Hazardous Materials

Asbestos removal work, whether that’s for your home or commercial space,  should only be done by licensed asbestos removers. This is due to the high risk associated with asbestos exposure, necessitating stringent safety measures. Licensed removers have the necessary training and equipment to handle friable asbestos, a form that can be easily crumbled by hand, releasing dangerous fibers into the air.

two asbestos removalists are working on asbestos roof removal in Brisbane

Our Steps as Asbestos Removalist

Safety First!

Asbestos safety is a paramount consideration during the removal process. Workers need to wear protective clothing, including respirators to prevent inhalation of the fibers. Work areas are typically sealed off to avoid contaminating other parts of the building. Safety procedures also dictate appropriate disposal methods for asbestos waste.

National asbestos regulations also require thorough documentation of the removal process. This includes a disposal control plan and a subsequent report confirming that all asbestos has been safely removed and the area decontaminated.

example of roof with asbestos content

Ensuring Air Quality

Maintaining high-quality air during and after the disposal process is critical. Air monitoring is an integral part of the process, detecting the presence of asbestos fibers in the environment. Specialists use specialized equipment to measure the amount of asbestos in the air before, during, and after the removal process.

Air quality monitoring not only ensures the safety of the workers but also guarantees that the structure is safe for re-occupation after the asbestos removal is complete.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is asbestos?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that was once widely used in construction materials for its durability and resistance to heat and chemicals. It can be found in various parts of residential and commercial buildings, including roofing, insulation, and wall cladding. However, it’s known to pose severe health risks when its fibers become airborne and inhaled. Pro House Demolitions Brisbane specializes in identifying and safely removing asbestos-containing materials, ensuring your property is free from these hazardous substances.

What are the signs of having asbestos?

Identifying asbestos in your property can be challenging since it’s often mixed with other materials. Common signs include finding older construction materials known to contain asbestos, such as certain types of insulation, roofing, and tiles. If your building was constructed or renovated before the 1990s, it might contain asbestos. Our specialists offers comprehensive asbestos testing and inspection services to accurately identify the presence of asbestos, ensuring your property is safe and compliant.

Why is asbestos bad?

Asbestos is considered hazardous for several reasons, primarily due to the serious health risks it poses when its fibers are inhaled. When materials containing asbestos are disturbed or damaged, they release fine fibers into the air. These fibers, when breathed in, can become trapped in the lungs and remain there for a long time. Over periods, these fibers can cause inflammation, scarring, and eventually lead to several severe health conditions:

Lung Cancer, Mesothelioma, Asbestosis and other Respiratory Conditions including pleural thickening (which can affect lung expansion) and chronic respiratory issues.

Due to these health risks, asbestos use in new construction materials has been banned or heavily regulated in many countries. However, buildings and products from the era when asbestos was widely used still pose risks, necessitating careful management, removal, and disposal of asbestos-containing materials by professionals.

Is it safe to remove asbestos?

Absolutely. When conducted by licensed professionals, asbestos removal is not only safe but essential for maintaining a healthy living and working environment. Our team follows strict safety protocols, including the use of protective gear and advanced equipment, to prevent any asbestos fiber dispersion during the removal process, making it safe for both our workers and clients.

How much does it cost to remove asbestos roofs or walls?

The cost of asbestos removal in Brisbane varies depending on several factors, such as the amount of asbestos present, its location, and the ease of access to the site. We offer competitive pricing and transparent quotes. We aim to provide affordable asbestos removal services without compromising on safety or quality. Contact us for a customised quote tailored to your specific needs.

How do you dispose of the asbestos after the removal?

Disposal of asbestos is a critical part of the removal process, adhering to Queensland’s environmental and safety regulations. We use licensed asbestos transporters to ensure the material is safely transported to approved disposal facilities. We strictly follow legal disposal methods, ensuring no risk to the environment or public health, aligning with our commitment to safe and responsible asbestos management.

Can I stay home while asbestos is being removed?

For the safety of our clients and to comply with health guidelines, we recommend that residents vacate the property during the process. This precaution minimizes exposure to any potential asbestos fibers. We work efficiently to reduce downtime, aiming to complete the removal process swiftly so you can return to your safe, asbestos-free home as soon as possible.

Who notifies the local council or government?

When you choose us, we handle all necessary notifications and permits. Our services include liaising with local councils and government bodies, ensuring that all asbestos removal work is compliant with Queensland regulations, giving you peace of mind that every aspect of the project is professionally managed.

Asbestos Removal Ipswich & Brisbane North

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