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

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
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
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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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Are you at risk of asbestos contamination? We have your solution

The Demolition Blokes are fully qualified in friable asbestos removal Adelaide. By definition, friable asbestos is material which contains more than 1% asbestos by weight or area. The list of associated dangers is extensive, as asbestosis and can result in terminal illness. Friable means that the microscopic crystal fibres are not securely bonded and can usually crumble when little pressure is applied. The toxic fibres then become airborne which is where the real problem arises. Humans breathe them in, and they don’t break down inside the lungs, and internal scar tissue begins to form. Despite the specific title, nearly all materials that contain asbestos can be considered friable as they degrade over time. The public need to be extra conscious about the materials they regularly come into contact with; particularly around the home. The Demolition Blokes are specialised in friable asbestos removal and promise to make your safety their priority.

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How do you know if you’re at risk?

As asbestos was commonly used in manufacturing up until the mid-90’s, friable asbestos removal Adelaide by The Demolition Blokes is essential. Asbestos can be found in the exterior, roof cavity, kitchen, bathroom and outdoor area. In many cases it goes undetected, which can be extremely dangerous in the case of weather damage or when adding new instalments to your home. Even if you’re not 100% sure whether your infrastructure or décor contains asbestos, it’s worth giving us a call to come and do an on-site test for peace of mind. We conduct our tests using advanced and reliable microscopic technology to detect any asbestos fibre prevalent in your area. Within a 72-hour time frame we typically have the results and are ready to roll. If you think you might need friable asbestos removal Adelaide in your home or work place, call the Demolition Blokes to rectify the problem.

Why choose the Demolition Blokes for your friable asbestos removal?

We are experts in friable asbestos removal Adelaide and take every precaution to make sure the job gets done correctly. We always carry out our work in protective suits and oxygen masks to avoid the risk of carrying fibres post-removal. We also use specific removal and disposal methods to make sure we carry out practice in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards. If we have removed over 10 square feet of asbestos, sampling units are set up around the premises and an air monitoring report is undertaken. Following the report, a licensed assessor will come on site to give a clearance inspection to affirm the area is safe for re-habitation. Each of these steps are critical to make sure the job has been adequately done. The Demolition Blokes are your reliable friable asbestos removal Adelaide specialists, and we always go above and beyond to maintain customer satisfaction.

Friable asbestos removal can be dangerous, but the risk is even higher when the material goes undetected. You need a team of removalists who can act quick to coincide with your busy schedule and get the job done properly. Our aim to strip the streets of asbestos for good.
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