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Asbestos contaminated vinyl flooring

The safe removal of asbestos contaminated vinyl flooring

We get a lot of enquiries about the removal process associated with flooring vinyl after it has been identified in an asbestos survey or a simple sample test. The correct removal process has safeguards in place to protect the removalist and owner.

The correct removal process has safeguards in place to protect the removalist and owner. The following are some of the controls that MUST be adhered to in a removal.

Asbestos contaminated cesspit maintenance

Asbestos contaminated cesspit maintenance

It’s thought that around one-third of all buildings constructed in New Zealand throughout the 1980s and 1990s contain asbestos.

It is recommended that a specialist asbestos removal company is contracted to check for the possibility of asbestos before any work is commenced.

There are a number of materials around your building that may contain asbestos.

What materials need specialised asbestos removal specialists

What materials need specialised asbestos removal?

It’s thought that around one-third of all buildings constructed in New Zealand throughout the 1980s and 1990s contain asbestos.

It is recommended that a specialist asbestos removal company is contracted to check for the possibility of asbestos before any work is commenced.

There are a number of materials around your building that may contain asbestos.

Does my house need asbestos removed

How do I Know if my House Needs Asbestos Removal in Auckland?

From the 1930s through to the 2000s, asbestos was one of the most popular building materials throughout New Zealand. It was inexpensive and had great insulation qualities meaning it was used on countless buildings, both commercial and residential.

If you’re renovating an 80s or 90s home, you need to be aware that asbestos may be present, but how do you know for sure?

Asbestos-textured-ceiling-removal-company Auckland

Asbestos Textured Ceiling Removal Specialists

Asbestos, a naturally occurring fibrous silicate mineral, was the material of choice for popcorn ceilings (also known as stucco or textured ceilings), until the substance was banned as a product due to the significant health hazard in 1978.