Removing roof eaves
The edges of a roof that overhang a wall, known as eaves, were often made using asbestos-based materials before they were banned in Australia.
If you can see any signs of discolouration, cracking, or splitting, it is time for an inspection to make sure you aren’t being exposed to dangerous asbestos.
If you notice any of these signs on your eaves be sure to call us straight away on 4947 1579 to book a free consultation.
When Edgeworth Heights Public School found out that they had asbestos-containing eaves on two of their buildings they knew they needed to have them removed straight away.
Our experienced crew removed the eave linings throughout the buildings before disposing of them.
After it has been removed, asbestos can become a threat to public health and the environment if it’s not disposed of correctly. This is why we dispose of items in accordance to the regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency
For your peace of mind, we even offer tracked disposal so you can be sure that your waste is disposed of correctly. Did you know that in NSW all asbestos loads of more than 10m2 or in excess of 100 kg must be tracked using WasteLocate
Asbestos-containing eave removal assessment
Our work was then inspected to ensure that the eave linings had been removed and cleaned up satisfactorily, with everything found to be compliant with Safe Work Australia’s ‘How to Safely Remove Asbestos’ Code of Practice.
We also had respirable airborne fibres tested, which came back below the detection limit of 0.01 fibres per mililitre.
If you have any questions about our removal, disposal, or inspection practices, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org