Professionally Removed Asbestos Costs
Using the services of a professional asbestos decontamination team to inspect and remove asbestos will initilly cost you nothing as most repitable companies will offer a free quote as it is not easy to estimate a cost to remove asbestos, as it depends on where the asbestos is located in your home or work place and how much there is. On the cheaper end of the scale you might have an outdoor asbestos fence that’s easily accessible and therefore quick to remove. On the more costly end of the scale you might have an asbestos roof, insulation, soffit, eaves or wall paneling which can be very fiddly to remove. As a guide work on an approximate price of $30 per hour, $25 per square metre
There are certain fixed costs with any job which means that bigger jobs can cost you less than you were probably expecting. Often we find that homeowners who have asbestos in their roof will combine the removal process with a new roof and this saves considerable money because we would both at the same time.
Here at Asbestos Brisbane and BBM Contracts we know that there are other topics you would rather be talking about than asbestos removal in your home or commercial property, however, we also know that the safety of you, your family and any of the people who work for you, are at risk each and every day if there is a potential issue with asbestos. Allow us to assist you through the removal of your asbestos problem and what you need to do to ensure it doesn’t have an impact on your life. Don’t worry we’ll make it quick, simple and pain-free.
It’s difficult to know if dangerous asbestos is present in your environment without proper testing by a professional. Furthermore, do not under any circumstances should you attempt to remove what you believe to be asbestos. This is a highly dangerous substance that poses serious health risks to you and anyone else exposed to the material. Only a qualified professionals, should and can safely remove the dangerous substances. We have the equipment and the knowledge to remove the material safely and correctly.
Asbestos fibers are present in the environment in Australia so most people are exposed to very low levels of fibers. However, a key factor in the risk of developing an asbestos-related disease is the total number of fibers breathed in. Working on or near damaged asbestos-containing materials or breathing in high levels of asbestos fibers, which may be many hundreds of times that of environmental levels can increase your chances of getting an asbestos-related disease.
Asbestos related diseases won't affect immediately but later on in life, so there is a need for you to protect yourself now to prevent you contracting an asbestos-related disease in the future. It is also important to remember that people who smoke and are exposed to asbestos fibers are at a much greater risk of developing lung cancer. So don't delay contact us now for your free quote.