Asbestos Removal Services

Asbestos doesn’t necessarily have to be inside your building. There are many places outside the house where they can be present too such as the garden, fences and outer cladding. While this won’t expose you to the material as much, you may run the risk of contamination in the future if you ever decide to undertake any renovations. We have all the required equipment to remove asbestos from both inside and outside your property and dispose of it in a safe manner.

Where possible we will try to remove full sheets to keep the spread of Asbestos dust to a minimum. We douse these sheets with water to keep the dust from flying away. We then wrap up the material and take it away to be disposed of in a safe manner. Our asbestos removers have done so from 100s of sites around Auckland and know the tricks of the trade inside out so you can rest assured that your safety and the safety of those around your is our primary objective and we’ll do the job the right way, the first time.

If you’d like a quote for your asbestos removal job, get in touch with us and we’ll come out and scope the job for you. Contact us for roof, garage, fence, house internal, house external, commercial or any type of asbestos removal!

Identifying Asbestos

Commercial Asbestos Removal

Not only was Asbestos used in residential construction, it was also used in commercial construction projects due to its cost-effectiveness. This means that any commercial building built in the 80s and 90s runs the risk of containing asbestos building materials.

Asbestos in commercial buildings are often found in:
- the roofing
- the cladding
- the construction cement
- guttering
- part of the window sealant
- wall sheeting
- waterproofing material
- carpet or floor underlay

Given that it can be lurking in any corner, it pays to have your commercial property for asbestos and have it removed in a safe manner to keep your workers safe. Once removed, we transport the asbestos away for disposal at facilities built to hand this toxic material so that it doesn't harm the environment.