Asbestos Report


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Acquiring an Asbestos report is crucial in determining if your property is free from the hazardous material. In this past, asbestos was perfect for construction due to its strength and low cost properties. However, continued exposure to its fragments could lead to respiratory diseases or worse, cancer. Asbestos be gone is a trusted company that removes and disposes of asbestos responsibly, following the legal guidelines. 



All houses built before the year 2003 most likely involved asbestos somewhere in its construction. Asbestos is a fibrous material that is water- and heat-resistant and incredibly strong, hence the decision from the construction industry to include it in the building process. However, over time, we’ve realised that exposure to asbestos harms human health.

  • When you’ve planned an upgrade for your home, you most certainly will come across asbestos. This is one of the reasons why an inspection is critical. Before commencing work, a professional asbestos removalist must investigate the building for traces of the hazardous material.
  • In the interest of the safety of the occupants, it’s crucial to investigate. Living under the roof with the presence of asbestos is risky. While in its solid-state its risk is lessened as it only becomes active if it is disturbed. However, you shouldn’t leave the health of your loved ones to chance.
  • Your home is your investment, and it’s recommended you protect your asset by having it tested for asbestos. Its mere presence is enough to decrease the value of your property even if it hasn’t suffered any wear and tear. Always seek assistance from a licensed professional to inspect your property for any asbestos.

Facts About Asbestos Transport and Disposal

The majority of homeowners are aware of the danger asbestos brings with it. Since 2003, it’s illegal to import, store, supply, install or re-use asbestos in Australia. While construction companies stopped using asbestos, it’s still present in several homes. These are some of the lesser-known facts about this dangerous material.

  • When you inhale or ingest asbestos, you’re putting your health at serious risk. There is a chance to develop a respiratory illness while chronic sufferers of asthma are in a precarious position. Their fibres are 18 000 times thinner than a human hair which highlights the need for a professional pair of eyes.
  • If you do come across asbestos in your home, you shouldn’t sweep or vacuum as this spreads the fibres further into the air. Keep your children and pets away from the area and immediately call a licensed contractor to assist with the removal.
  • Transporting asbestos is slightly complicated as any load larger than 175kg must involve an environmental authority. Commercial companies and individuals that are transporting asbestos waste that exceed a certain amount, need a waste tracking document. Asbestos waste must be appropriately packaged and disposed of at a government-approved site.


We are a family-run operation assisting with collecting and disposing of asbestos all across Queensland. We also assist in asbestos identification and use reliable equipment with a qualified team to keep your family safe.

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