The Financial Burden of Asbestos Removal

The removal of asbestos can be quite expensive, but when it comes to taking care of you and your family’s health, it is worth every penny. Asbestos can be found in all sorts of places around your home, from rainwater pipes to artex ceilings. If left untouched it will not harm you, but if it becomes disturbed in any way asbestos can become a massive health risk. Inhaling the tiny asbestos fibers can cause lung cancer, mesothelioma and asbestosis, which is why, when it comes to removing the hazardous material, it is always best to employ a professional.

Properties built before 1980 will probably contain asbestos somewhere, so before you start any work on your house it is important you seek help. A qualified asbestos professional will carry out an independent survey on your house to evaluate whether you are at risk and will also have all the appropriate protective clothing and tools for the job. They are highly skilled in dealing with asbestos and will be able to discard of the material safely.

Asbestos Removals Australia is a leading organisation in the asbestos removal industry, with experience in getting rid of both bonded and friable asbestos. The company has experience working within commercial, industrial and residential properties in the Brisbane area.

No job is too big or too small for Asbestos Removals Australia, who also offer asbestos sampling and testing as well as air monitoring and a visual inspection. They will provide you with a free quotation prior to carrying out the work and will complete their contract safely and efficiently. All members of staff at Asbestos Removals Australia are highly qualified and work in accordance to the strict asbestos regulations that are in place in Queensland.

The cost of asbestos removal can vary massively, depending on how big the job is. Large removal jobs can end up costing several thousand dollars, but it is a small price to pay in order to give you peace of mind.  Removing asbestos can be dangerous and requires a lot of skill, as the contractor must be certain all possible traces of fibres and dust have been completely eradicated.