Asbestos can be a dangerous substance if it is damaged. It is essential to have asbestos-containing materials removed by a professional. To minimize the risk of asbestos exposure, it is important to wear the correct personal protective equipment (PPE). Our team of Asbestos inspectors examines the condition of asbestos-containing substances (ACMs) and determines if it is safe to remove them from the workplace. Our asbestos survey team will coordinate the safe removal of materials and provide an Asbestos Clearance Inspection Report once the work is completed.
The presence of asbestos may be difficult to detect with the naked eye. A knowledgeable Asbestos Inspection Brisbane Inspector will look for signs, such as dark staining on the ceilings of textured ceilings and will also examine old insulation in hot water pipes, heating ducts, boilers, ovens and acoustic tiles. Asbestos fibres can be released in the air if any of these materials is damaged during renovations, or by accident. This poses a significant health risk to animals and people who come in contact with the fibres.
How do I know whether my house is covered in Asbestos?
An in-depth asbestos inspection is the only way to determine if your home or business property is contaminated with asbestos. Our asbestos inspections team will provide you with an Asbestos Test Report as well as a visual Asbestos Inspect Brisbane. It is important to have an Asbestos Inspection before purchasing an older home. This will help you understand what you are buying.
A qualified building inspector may be able detect signs of asbestos, but will not be able to determine with certainty what’s hidden behind walls or under floors. To confirm the presence asbestos it is recommended to take a sample of the suspected material examined by an Asbestos lab. This will give a definitive answer on whether the suspect material is asbestos and can be used as a bargaining tool.
Removal of asbestos Brisbane is a price you should factor into your budget when remodeling an older home. This will allow you to avoid any unexpected costs and avoid any unpleasant unexpected costs.
We can also conduct Pre-Sale or Pre-Purchase Asbestos Inspections during construction taking place. This allows us to inspect the building as it’s being constructed without causing any interruption to the project and provide an even more thorough Asbestos Inspection Brisbane. This method of inspection allows us to access materials that would be difficult or impossible to access after the building has been occupied and reduce the need for costly delays. This is especially important for older homes that were constructed prior to 1990 when it is not uncommon to find asbestos in the construction materials.