commercial

Commercial Buildings

Warehouses, shops, schools, hospitals, factories, and office blocks are all common examples of commercial buildings that may contain asbestos. Within these buildings the contaminant may be found in:

  • Internal wall linings;
  • eaves;
  • roofs;
  • fire doors;
  • wet areas like toilets and amenities;
  • switchboards;
  • flooring and under flooring and exterior cladding.

We inspect buildings of all scales and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the site to ensure no suspicious materials are missed. We’re able to provide prompt results and execute the removal in minimal time to avoid disturbing your daily practice. Once the area has been fully cleared, we’ll produce an air monitoring report and give a clearance inspection before giving you the tick of approval for reoccupation.

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Insurance Companies

Our professional business approach warrants the safe and successful completion of every renovation, demolition or building job we take on. We provide a comprehensive service from beginning to end covering all processes; including locating dangerous materials, testing them, and removing them in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards. We have attained all the necessary licensing to transport and correctly dispose of the asbestos waste material.

Our fully licenced and insured operatives wear protective clothing and P2 respirators to keep them safe from dangerous fibres and dust. Even though we’re professionals, contact with asbestos can pose a great risk to our health and that of those around us, so we take safety very seriously. Our commitment is to demonstrate caution, care and quality throughout the process—from start to finish. Call us today to communicate your current situation, and we’ll provide you with all the relevant information surrounding service and pricing.

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Housing Trust

Due to the influx of asbestos materials used during the industrial era, many homes (including housing trusts) still contain traces of asbestos. Some of the more common places you may find asbestos in your home are:

  • Roof shingles and corrugated sheets;
  • walls (in the internal linings and external cladding);
  • floor tile underlay;
  • vinyl sheets and floor tiles;
  • electrical switchboards;
  • bathroom ceilings, walls and floors;
  • laundry walls, ceilings and floors;
  • kitchen splashbacks;
  • Fencing profiles and corrugated sheets.

We inspect buildings and homes of all scales and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the site to ensure no suspicious materials are missed. We’re able to provide prompt results and execute the removal in minimal time to avoid disturbing your daily practice. Once the area has been fully cleared, we’ll produce an air monitoring report and give a clearance inspection before giving you the tick of approval for reoccupation.

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residential

Residential Homes

Due to the influx of asbestos materials used during the industrial era, many homes still contain traces of asbestos. Some of the more common places you may find asbestos in your home are:

  • Roof shingles and corrugated sheets;
  • walls (in the internal linings and external cladding);
  • floor tile underlay;
  • vinyl sheets and floor tiles;
  • electrical switchboards;
  • bathroom ceilings, walls and floors;
  • laundry walls, ceilings and floors;
  • kitchen splashbacks;
  • Fencing profiles and corrugated sheets.

We inspect buildings and homes of all scales and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the site to ensure no suspicious materials are missed. We’re able to provide prompt results and execute the removal in minimal time to avoid disturbing your daily practice. Once the area has been fully cleared, we’ll produce an air monitoring report and give a clearance inspection before giving you the tick of approval for reoccupation.

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Industrial

While we have successfully abated a large number of asbestos materials over the years, there are still remnants of the substance which are almost untraceable; even in large scale buildings. Some examples of these industrial spaces are factories, power stations, transport and shipping facilities, storage sheds and chemical plants. Although these buildings are typically larger than commercial or residential spaces, the risk of exposure is still high; particularly if it’s class A asbestos (friable) which has potential to become airborne. Some industrial materials which may host the contaminant are:

  • Roof shingles and corrugated sheets;
  • walls (in the internal linings and external cladding);
  • floor tile underlay;
  • vinyl sheets and floor tiles;
  • electrical switchboards;
  • fencing profiles
  • corrugated sheets and roof insulation.

We inspect buildings of all scales and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the site to ensure no suspicious materials are missed. We’re able to provide prompt results and execute the removal in minimal time to avoid disturbing your daily practice. Once the area has been fully cleared, we’ll produce an air monitoring report and give a clearance inspection before giving you the tick of approval for reoccupation.

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Commercial Buildings
commercial

Commercial Buildings

Warehouses, shops, schools, hospitals, factories, and office blocks are all common examples of commercial buildings that may contain asbestos. Within these buildings the contaminant may be found in:

  • Internal wall linings;
  • eaves;
  • roofs;
  • fire doors;
  • wet areas like toilets and amenities;
  • switchboards;
  • flooring and under flooring and exterior cladding.

We inspect buildings of all scales and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the site to ensure no suspicious materials are missed. We’re able to provide prompt results and execute the removal in minimal time to avoid disturbing your daily practice. Once the area has been fully cleared, we’ll produce an air monitoring report and give a clearance inspection before giving you the tick of approval for reoccupation.

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Insurance Companies
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Insurance Companies

Our professional business approach warrants the safe and successful completion of every renovation, demolition or building job we take on. We provide a comprehensive service from beginning to end covering all processes; including locating dangerous materials, testing them, and removing them in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards. We have attained all the necessary licensing to transport and correctly dispose of the asbestos waste material.

Our fully licenced and insured operatives wear protective clothing and P2 respirators to keep them safe from dangerous fibres and dust. Even though we’re professionals, contact with asbestos can pose a great risk to our health and that of those around us, so we take safety very seriously. Our commitment is to demonstrate caution, care and quality throughout the process—from start to finish. Call us today to communicate your current situation, and we’ll provide you with all the relevant information surrounding service and pricing.

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Housing Trust
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Housing Trust

Due to the influx of asbestos materials used during the industrial era, many homes (including housing trusts) still contain traces of asbestos. Some of the more common places you may find asbestos in your home are:

  • Roof shingles and corrugated sheets;
  • walls (in the internal linings and external cladding);
  • floor tile underlay;
  • vinyl sheets and floor tiles;
  • electrical switchboards;
  • bathroom ceilings, walls and floors;
  • laundry walls, ceilings and floors;
  • kitchen splashbacks;
  • Fencing profiles and corrugated sheets.

We inspect buildings and homes of all scales and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the site to ensure no suspicious materials are missed. We’re able to provide prompt results and execute the removal in minimal time to avoid disturbing your daily practice. Once the area has been fully cleared, we’ll produce an air monitoring report and give a clearance inspection before giving you the tick of approval for reoccupation.

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Residential Homes
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Residential Homes

Due to the influx of asbestos materials used during the industrial era, many homes still contain traces of asbestos. Some of the more common places you may find asbestos in your home are:

  • Roof shingles and corrugated sheets;
  • walls (in the internal linings and external cladding);
  • floor tile underlay;
  • vinyl sheets and floor tiles;
  • electrical switchboards;
  • bathroom ceilings, walls and floors;
  • laundry walls, ceilings and floors;
  • kitchen splashbacks;
  • Fencing profiles and corrugated sheets.

We inspect buildings and homes of all scales and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the site to ensure no suspicious materials are missed. We’re able to provide prompt results and execute the removal in minimal time to avoid disturbing your daily practice. Once the area has been fully cleared, we’ll produce an air monitoring report and give a clearance inspection before giving you the tick of approval for reoccupation.

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Industrial
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Industrial

While we have successfully abated a large number of asbestos materials over the years, there are still remnants of the substance which are almost untraceable; even in large scale buildings. Some examples of these industrial spaces are factories, power stations, transport and shipping facilities, storage sheds and chemical plants. Although these buildings are typically larger than commercial or residential spaces, the risk of exposure is still high; particularly if it’s class A asbestos (friable) which has potential to become airborne. Some industrial materials which may host the contaminant are:

  • Roof shingles and corrugated sheets;
  • walls (in the internal linings and external cladding);
  • floor tile underlay;
  • vinyl sheets and floor tiles;
  • electrical switchboards;
  • fencing profiles
  • corrugated sheets and roof insulation.

We inspect buildings of all scales and provide a comprehensive evaluation of the site to ensure no suspicious materials are missed. We’re able to provide prompt results and execute the removal in minimal time to avoid disturbing your daily practice. Once the area has been fully cleared, we’ll produce an air monitoring report and give a clearance inspection before giving you the tick of approval for reoccupation.

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Asbestos Roof Removal: Demolition Blokes Keeping Neighbourhoods Safe

For the most reliable asbestos roof removal Adelaide, you can’t go past The Demolition Blokes. Although the fibrous substance has since been banned, the aftermath has cost the health of many Australians and can lead to life-threatening illness if exposure remains undetected. The Demolition Blokes are helping to reduce the risk of asbestos exposure on all residential, commercial and industrial premises. Thus, we provide testing, removal, and clearance certificates to ensure your home or property is 100% safe to reinhabit. Although people don’t regularly come into contact with their roofs, the threat is still very real. Even non-friable asbestos can circulate upon removal, which is why you need a team who undertake the right safety procedures and value the requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Taking that into account, the Demolition Blokes are the right team to handle your asbestos roof removal.

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The Risk of Asbestos

There are a few important reasons why you should consider asbestos roof removal Adelaide. While some may not consider their asbestos roof an immediate threat, factors such as weather damage and natural degradation can eventually take their toll. This damage eventually reduces the strength of the once ‘bonded’ asbestos to a friable state, consequently increasing risk over time. Therefore, every asbestos structure or material should be treated as potentially dangerous and should never be handled by you directly. The problems that can occur are wide-ranging, but generally stem from fibre obtrusion in your lungs. Scar tissue growth around crystal fibres can then lead to more terminal problems, which is why we approach our work with caution and accuracy. If you have a suspicion that asbestos may have been used in your roof, call us for an on-site test so we can directly address the urgency of asbestos roof removal Adelaide.

The Demolition Blokes & Asbestos Removal Process

The Demolition Blokes are experienced, prompt, and highly communicative when it comes to asbestos roof removal Adelaide. We never conclude our service until we know it’s safe for you to re-access the area, which is why we have adopted air monitoring procedures post-removal as part of our clearance inspection. We get the job done right the first time round, and are always completely transparent when it comes to pricing. Our wide-range of expertise means that we consider no job too difficult, and approach even the smallest of jobs in a professional and serious manner. Although the task can often be dangerous, we never compromise friendly service and actively engage with our clients to make sure their aware of the extent of the problem, and the processes involved with the removal. For the safest and most reliable asbestos roof removal in Adelaide, contact the Demolition Blokes for immediate on-site testing.

Reduce the risk of asbestos exposure in your home and reach out to Demolition Blokes for any additional information regarding your asbestos roof removal. You can trust us to get the job done in the safest and most effective way possible.
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