The important thing to remember is that the removal of the asbestos roof should only ever be carried out by a licensed professional. It’s critically important to comply with all statutory requirements regarding the removal of asbestos. By law, you must report the presence of asbestos to your local council. Do NOT attempt to remove the asbestos yourself.
Do you have an old asbestos roof that needs replacing? We can coordinate the removal of your asbestos roof through a licensed, experienced and quality external contractor. Once your asbestos roof has been safely removed, the team at Air Roofing can then have your brand new tin or tile roof installed in no time. Removing the asbestos will have an immediate impact on your home or commercial building, creating a safe and healthy environment, and increasing the value of your property.
Get in touch with Air Roofing today on (08) 9361 6088 for an obligation free estimate.
With over 40 colours and a range of proles to choose from, you are sure to find your perfect steel roof colour from our Colorbond, Nexsteel or Bluescope ranges. Whether you are seeking the magic of Manor Red, or the coastal charisma of Surfmist, our experts are available to guide you on colour availability and suitability. If you’re looking to replace your asbestos with roof tiles to achieve your aesthetic goals, our team is highly experienced with the installation of tiled roofs, and we’ve got access to a huge range of quality tiles in various profiles from Australia’s leading tile manufacturers.
What makes Air Roofing qualified to remove asbestos, do you have qualifications and licenses?
Air Roofing will coordinate the removal of your asbestos roof through a government licensed, quality, and experienced external asbestos removal contractor. This guarantees you the highest level of expertise and safety in the asbestos removal process, and the best outcome for your roof with the added management of the process by our experienced roofing specialists.
How do I recognise an asbestos roof?
If your roof is not tiles or metal, and your home was built before 2004, it is highly likely it could be asbestos. Contact Air Roofing for a free estimate to re-roof your home to tiles or tin, as our expert roofing specialists will be able to easily identify asbestos roofing and give you confirmation of exactly what is on your roof and the options to replace it.
Do all asbestos roofs need to be replaced?
It is recommended from a safety perspective. Asbestos roofing can be extremely dangerous if the roof sheeting is damaged, moved, or disturbed, as it is the asbestos fibers that are harmful to human health when they are airborne and consequently breathed in. Whilst an asbestos roof in perfect condition may not pose any immediate threat, the asbestos roof will deteriorate over time potentially causing health concerns. In addition to general wear and tear or deterioration, there is an additional risk of damaging the asbestos roof through fire or storm damage, both unforeseen events that could create a hazard with your asbestos roof. The use of asbestos roofing has been banned, so asbestos roof replacement is a safe and practical measure for asbestos roof homeowners, simultaneously adding value to the home by doing so.