The eaves around your home are another place that could well contain asbestos. So, having them tested, and removed if necessary, could well be important. The risk really comes when asbestos is dispersed, so if your eaves are intact, the risk to your home is only minor. However, something can always go wrong, and opting for removal removes any risk either now or in the future for good. When we have all that you need for safe and effective eave removal, there’s not really any reason to wait. Don’t wait until there’s already a problem. Act now and prevent ask risk to your home.
The eaves of your home is another place that once commonly contained asbestos in Australia. So, if you have an older home, in particular a home that was built or remodelled in the 80’s, the chances are high that there asbestos somewhere in your home, and it could well be contained in your eaves. However, this doesn’t mean you automatically need to hit the panic button. That’s because we can safely and effectively remove eaves that contain asbestos around your home, so we can virtually get rid of the risk that it could well present.
One of the more important reasons to leave a job like eaves removal to us is your own safety. Asbestos becomes more dangerous when its disturbed or broken up and there’s always a heightened risk of something going wrong when your high up on a ladder, especially if you don’t know what you are doing or are uncomfortable with heights. Take your own safety seriously and leave asbestos eave removal to us. We are fully qualified and trained, as well as experienced enough, to tackle such removal jobs effectively and safely.
With asbestos it always comes back to the major health risks and implications it can have around your home. If your eaves contain asbestos, then the perimeter of your home could well be a serious risk to you and your family in the wrong circumstances. Don’t wait for those circumstances to appear, act now. Our team provides the qualified asbestos removal services necessary to remove any eaves around your home that contain asbestos. We can safely remove then and dispose of them, so there’s no need to worry anymore. If there’s any risk around your home, it’s definitely something that’s worth taking seriously.
So what’s the potential risk if it’s discovered you have asbestos in your eaves? If your eaves are intact and in good shape, then there’s actually a minimal risk. The risk comes when your eaves are damaged, or the asbestos is otherwise disturbed and dispersed. However, it’s probably not a good idea to simply wait for that to happen and it’s probably better to remove them before there’s any troubles or concerns, in order to play it safe. That way, you can minimise the chances of something going wrong and putting your family and home at risk.