Residential Asbestos RemovalRapid Asbestos Removals Perth is a local company specialising in residential asbestos removal.
Where can I find asbestos around my home?
Asbestos in residential homes is commonplace throughout Perth. As a general rule, if your house was built before the 1990s, it likely contains asbestos. Asbestos was used commonly throughout Australia due to its durability and fire-resistant properties. Some places asbestos materials are likely to be present include:
- Internal and external wall cladding
- Corrugated cement roofing
- Flue pipes
- Vinyl floor tiles or covering
- Insulation on hot water pipes, old domestic heaters and stoves
When asbestos fibres are airborne, it becomes a major health risk that can affect you and affect you and your family.
In most cases, asbestos can be identified within materials by inspecting it. If your home was built before 1990, and you are repairing or renovating, it’s essential to carry out an asbestos inspection and testing and asbestos removal and asbestos disposal if required.
Why choose Rapid for your residential asbestos removal?
Rapid Asbestos Removals are a local and family-owned company with over ten years of experience in residential asbestos removal. Our client’s safety and satisfaction are our main priority, which is why we complete every job to the safest and highest standard.
How much does residential asbestos removal cost?
The price of the removal and disposal of asbestos material can vary on several factors, e.g. fencing may be charged at a different rate depending on access, soil type, obstructions and quantity.
Some companies offer to ‘match any quote’ – we don’t do this. It is a clear indication that they are overcharging you from the start. Our prices are highly competitive, and we guarantee you won’t get a better result.
We also guarantee a locked-in price (no hidden extras at the end), along with a quality and safety standard that we believe is unmatched in this industry. You can’t put a price on the health and safety of you, your family or co-workers.
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Frequently asked questions
Property demolition and asbestos are not a great mix. If the property you are demolishing contains asbestos, there is a high chance dangerous fibres will be released into the air. When inhaled, these asbestos fibres cause mesothelioma, lung cancer, and other types of diseases.
So, if you are planning on demolishing a property built before 1990, it is best first to arrange an inspection so that safe asbestos removal can occur.
If you plan to renovate your property, you likely have a budget. Many people decide to skip asbestos testing to keep costs low. It is almost guaranteed that if your house was built before the 1990s, it would contain asbestos in some form.
Exposure to asbestos during renovations is commonplace in Australia. Many have performed DIY jobs to remove the asbestos leading to major health risks. In fact, renovators have been tipped as being the next wave of people suffering from asbestosis and mesothelioma.
If your renovation project includes other contractors such as tilers, if no asbestos testing is done prior, this can pose a health threat. In addition, if asbestos is present, this will cause downtime leading to higher costs in the long run.
Use a licensed and certified residential asbestos removal contractor to keep yourself and your family safe and reduce costly delays during a renovation project.
During your renovation, if you have a suspicion that you have found asbestos, it’s important to seek professional advice. At Rapid, our residential asbestos removal contractors will run through a step-by-step process of what you need to do to keep the site safe until it can be tested or removed.
As a guide for identifying asbestos in a bathroom, you may see a wooden or thin metal horizontal divider or baton situated just above head height along the walls. The top third of the walls are made of plasterboard; the bottom two-thirds are asbestos.
This is only a guide to the most common asbestos bathrooms we encounter. The only way to be 100% certain that a product is, or is not, asbestos is to have it inspected professionally.
As a guide for identifying asbestos in kitchens, you may see the same divider (as in the bathroom), but this will be situated at waist height. Again, it is important to contact a professional to identify and remove asbestos where needed.
Need a certified asbestos removal contractor?
Here at Rapid Asbestos Removals, we are committed to getting the job done to the highest possible standard and charge competitive pricing for all our services. We understand that asbestos is a dangerous material and you only want the most qualified and experienced company to carry out the work.