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The Complete Asbestos Removal Service

Including Asbestos Disposal, Asbestos Testing & Asbestos Roof Removal

Experience the difference with our comprehensive suite of services, including asbestos disposal, asbestos testing, and asbestos roof removal. When it comes to professional asbestos removal, Brisbane homeowners and businesses turn to us for dependable solutions. As a locally owned and operated company, we take pride in serving the Greater Brisbane area, encompassing both the northern and southern regions, as well as the wider South East Queensland area. Our fully licensed, insured, and experienced team are dedicated to managing asbestos removal projects for your home or commercial property.

Our team of dedicated and professional asbestos removalists are committed to delivering safe and efficient services at an affordable price for your home or commercial property. We understand the importance of thorough and safe asbestos removal, and we are dedicated to meeting the highest standards of workmanship.

If you suspect your property may contain asbestos, don’t hesitate to take action. Get in touch with our experienced asbestos removal team today for a comprehensive assessment.


Our Professional Asbestos Removal Team

Inspection, Removal, and Disposal

We prioritise workplace health and safety for our employees, customers, and the community. Our strict Health and Safety policy aims to minimise potential risks and ensure that all removal work is carried out responsibly. As part of this commitment, we develop and implement an asbestos management plan for each project, ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements and best practices. Our asbestos removalists are fully trained in asbestos awareness and removal procedures, understanding the importance of adhering to all safety protocols and procedures.

Understanding Asbestos – Risks, Solutions & Safety Measures

Asbestos was widely used in building materials for its insulation properties between the 1940s and 1980s. Asbestos fibres are small and thin, easily becoming airborne and inhaled.

Inhaling asbestos fibres can lead to serious health and safety issues, including lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis. If you suspect that your property or building materials may contain asbestos, it’s crucial to have them inspected by qualified, professional asbestos contractors.

We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for everyone involved, and we continually review and update our policies and procedures to maintain the highest standards of safety and quality. Our team are knowledgeable and experienced, using the latest tools and equipment to efficiently and effectively carry out the removal work.

Beyond our commitment to safety, we also focus on customer service and satisfaction. We understand that dealing with asbestos can be stressful and unsettling, which is why we strive to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible. From the initial consultation to the final disposal of asbestos, we are here to support and guide you every step of the way.

Don’t take chances with the safety of your property or the people in it. Reach out to the our experts today to schedule a comprehensive asbestos inspection and secure your peace of mind.

Keep Your Brisbane Home Safe & Asbestos Free!

Asbestos, composed of naturally occurring minerals, was extensively utilised in construction materials from the 1940s to the 1980s for its insulating capabilities. The fibres of asbestos are fine and slender, making them prone to becoming airborne and easily inhaled.

Our Asbestos Solutions

Protecting Homes & Businesses for a Safer Tomorrow

Our passion for creating safer and healthier environments for homes and businesses drives us to offer a wide range of residential and commercial services. We aim to address the dangers posed by asbestos by providing comprehensive and effective solutions that help you manage these risks and ensure your property’s safety.

From asbestos removal to testing, inspections, disposal, and remediation, our expert team is ready to assist you throughout the process.

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Brisbane Asbestos Testing & Inspections

Our team can perform thorough inspections of your property to identify any asbestos material or asbestos-containing materials present. We also offer Brisbane asbestos testing to confirm the presence of the material, providing you with a detailed report outlining our findings and recommendations.

Affordable Asbestos Removal

We provide a broad range of asbestos removal services, including the removal of bonded asbestos from walls, ceilings, floors, and roofs, removal of both non friable asbestos and friable asbestos as well as pipes and ductwork. Our team is fully trained and equipped to safely remove any asbestos-containing materials from your property, understanding the potential health risks associated with asbestos and taking every precaution to ensure the removal process is carried out safely and effectively.

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Safe Asbestos Disposal

We also offer a safe and responsible asbestos disposal service. After removing the asbestos-containing materials from your property, our team will safely transport and dispose of the asbestos waste in accordance with all applicable regulations. This ensures the waste is managed in an environmentally responsible manner, posing no risk to human health or the environment.

Asbestos Roof Removal

Our asbestos specialists are experienced in safely removing asbestos from roofs, ensuring the integrity of your property while minimising potential health risks.

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Our Asbestos Removal Procedure

Asbestos removal is a complex and dangerous process that should only be carried out by trained and experienced asbestos removalists.

Step 1
Visual Inspection

The first step in the asbestos removal process is to have your property inspected by a qualified professional. We will assess the type and amount of asbestos present, and determine the best course of action for its removal.

Step 2

Once the inspection is complete, the asbestos removal team will set up a containment area around the work site to prevent any asbestos fibres from becoming airborne and being inhaled by workers or passers-by.

Step 3
Asbestos Removal

The next step is to have the asbestos removed from your property, using various tools and techniques depending on the type of asbestos present.

Step 4
Asbestos Disposal

After the asbestos has been removed, it will be transported to a disposal site. The team will then clean the work site to remove any remaining asbestos fibres. We also provide asbestos management plans to ensure the long-term safety and compliance of your home or commercial property, offering a complete approach to asbestos risk management.

Why Choose our Asbestos Removal Team

Flexible Scheduling

We understand that our customers have busy lives, so we offer flexible scheduling to accommodate your commitments.

Whether you need asbestos removal in Brisbane for asbestos in your roof or other asbestos materials, we can work around your schedule.

High-Quality Equipment and Materials

We use only high-quality equipment and materials to ensure the work is carried out to the highest possible standard.

Our team specialises in asbestos removal in Brisbane, using the latest tools and technologies to remove asbestos safely and effectively.

Comprehensive Services

Our asbestos removal company offers a full range of services to meet your needs. In addition to removal, we provide testing and sampling, encapsulation, and disposal.

We also offer consultations and risk assessments to help you make informed decisions about the management of asbestos-containing materials in your property. Our Brisbane asbestos removal services also include asbestos inspection to identify potential hazards

Competitive Pricing

With our asbestos removal in Brisbane, we strive to offer fair and affordable pricing on all our services, ensuring that our customers receive the best value for their investment in maintaining a safe and healthy environment.

Our Brisbane asbestos removal services are competitively priced without compromising on quality or safety.

Insured and Licensed Asbestos Removalists

 All our asbestos removal in Brisbane is carried out in accordance with relevant legislation and regulations, and we are fully licensed and insured for your peace of mind.

As a licensed asbestos contractor, we can handle both friable asbestos and non-friable asbestos materials in residential and commercial buildings.


Years of Industry Experience

As a locally owned and operated asbestos company, we have years of experience in asbestos removal, testing, and disposal.

Our Brisbane asbestos team has worked on a variety of projects, including removing friable asbestos and asbestos roofing from residential and commercial properties.

Expertise and Professionalism

Our team of asbestos removal specialists are highly skilled and experienced in their field.

We invest in ongoing training and development to ensure that our staff are up-to-date on industry best practices and the latest safety protocols.

This commitment to excellence ensures the work we do is efficient, thorough, and carried out with the utmost care and professionalism.

Safety First Approach

Your safety is our top priority. We adhere to strict safety guidelines and protocols to minimise risks during the removal process.

We utilise advanced containment measures, including negative air pressure systems and air filtration devices, to prevent asbestos fibres from becoming airborne and protect everyone involved.

Our team is also equipped with personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure their safety while on the job.


Tailored Solutions

We understand that each asbestos removal project is unique, and we take the time to assess your specific requirements.

By offering customised solutions that cater to your individual needs, we ensure that the asbestos removal process is as seamless and stress-free as possible.

Whether you need to remove asbestos from an asbestos roof or other areas of your property, our Brisbane asbestos removal team is here to help.

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Leading the way in safe asbestos removal, Brisbane relies on our experienced team for effective and efficient service. If you suspect the presence of asbestos on your property, don’t hesitate to reach out to us! Our team is here to provide you with a no-obligation quote and offer expert advice on the best course of action for your specific situation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Asbestosis used to be relatively common in Australia among workers regularly exposed to asbestos, especially those working in asbestos mining and manufacturing industries prior to the 1980s. However, since the banning of asbestos and improvements in workplace safety relating to asbestos, the rate of new asbestosis cases has declined dramatically. These days, asbestosis in Australia is mostly diagnosed among older people who were exposed many years ago before safety measures were improved. Currently, there are estimated to be several thousand Australians living with asbestosis that developed it from exposures decades ago. However the rates of new diagnoses per year have fallen to just a couple hundred across Australia as asbestos exposures have been reduced. So while still present, especially among older populations exposed many years back, advancements in safety mean asbestosis is now much less common in Australia compared to several decades ago.

Australia has strict regulations on the use and management of asbestos which have increased over time. Most forms of asbestos have been banned in Australia since 2003 with the last few exemptions ending by 31 December 2023. There are extensive laws covering the safe removal, handling and disposal of asbestos products in buildings, with licensed asbestos removalists required to conduct this work. There are also regulations requiring asbestos surveys and registers to track asbestos in public buildings. Australian workplaces have strict control measures concerning potential asbestos exposure with any work on asbestos regulated under WHS laws. There are also special requirements on the transport and waste disposal of asbestos. These Australian regulations cover all stages of the asbestos lifecycle to minimise asbestos-related risks and strictly control residual legacy uses of asbestos still found in older buildings and infrastructure. Essentially, Australia has a wide suite of asbestos regulations focused on safety, tracking and control from use through to removal and disposal.

The main way to diagnose asbestos fibres in the lungs is through imaging tests. A chest X-ray may pick up indicators of asbestos-related lung disease like scarring, calcium deposits, or fluid build up. However more definitive testing involves a CT or HRCT scan of the lungs. This specialised imaging can detect tiny asbestos fibres and asbestos-related scarring in the lungs. Another technique is lung biopsy, removing a small sample of lung tissue for lab analysis – biopsied material examined under a microscope can definitively identify asbestos fibres if present. Alongside imaging and biopsies, doctors also base an asbestos diagnosis on evaluation of the patient’s exposure history and identifiable asbestos-related health conditions. However the key confirmations that asbestos is actually in someone’s lungs come from CT scans visualising fibres or pathology results after lung tissue biopsies detect fibres under the microscope. If these asbestos indicators show up in imaging or biopsy results, then there is asbestos confirmed to be in the patient’s lungs.

Asbestos has been widely used in many products, especially building materials. The most common products that may contain asbestos include:

  • Older insulation materials and associated products like ceiling tiles, pipe insulation, boards, seals, tape.
  • Roof repairs materials including shingles, felts, cements.
  • Siding and exterior wall materials on older buildings.
  • Surface treatments like fireproof coatings, plasters, paints, soundproofing.
  • Floor treatments such as vinyl tiles, sheets, mastic glues and levelling compounds.
  • Brake pads and transmission clutch components in older vehicles.
  • Old stoves, heaters, appliances for insulation.
  • Packing, gaskets, valves, wires/cables covering materials.
  • While many products have substituted safer alternatives for asbestos, it can still be found in buildings, equipment and vehicles built before 1990s-2000s depending on item and country regulations at the time. Any home or commercial renovation should check for asbestos containing materials. If unsure, consult an asbestos professional.

Unfortunately, once asbestos fibres become lodged in the delicate lung tissue, the damage is permanent and cannot be reversed. The body cannot eliminate all the tiny fibres it breathes in. Over time, the immune system tries to encapsulate the trapped sharp-edged fibres with scar tissue. This leads to progressive lung scarring that gradually reduces lung capacity and function. For some asbestos-related conditions like pleural plaques, the scarring may stabilise if no more asbestos is inhaled. However often further complications like asbestosis, lung cancer, or mesothelioma can develop years later. There are no cures or healing treatments for asbestos-related lung damage itself. The scarring cannot be repaired. That is why prevention of exposure is so important. Once asbestos gets in the lungs, the subsequent health conditions are progressive and lifelong. The focus shifts to symptom management rather than curative treatment for the underlying lung damage. Avoiding any further asbestos exposure is advised as lungs exposed to asbestos cannot ultimately return to their pre-exposure healthy state.

Unfortunately, there is currently no cure for asbestos fibres in the lungs. Once those microscopic fibres get lodged into the lung tissue, they cannot be removed or eliminated by any medical treatment. The body cannot expel the fibres it has already inhaled and embedded in the delicate lung tissue. Asbestos causes permanent scarring and damage. Over years, the accumulation of scar tissue from the body trying to wall off asbestos fibres can lead to serious and progressive respiratory conditions like asbestosis, lung cancer or mesothelioma. These asbestos-related diseases often get increasingly worse over time. Doctors try to treat the complications and secondary infections. However the underlying asbestos-related scarring in the lungs cannot be reversed, repaired or cured with today’s medical knowledge and technology. That’s why asbestos exposure prevention is so vital. Avoiding inhaling asbestos in the first place remains the most effective safeguard, as there are no cures once asbestos fibres lodge in lung tissue. The lung damage from asbestos is lifelong and can be dangerous.


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