Asbestos Removal – Safely and Properly
Do you have asbestos in your home? As legislation gets tighter and fines for inappropriate disposal are more rigorously enforced, you need to ensure you use a fully qualified and experienced contractor.
This is where Matthews Contracting Asbestos Removal teams do the job properly for your project.
Asbestos Handling & Disposal
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Asbestos is found in many homes the Sydney metropolitan area. If you suspect that your home or property may require some asbestos removal work please contact us. We believe safety is the upmost importance.
Asbestos roof tiles
Asbestos was a common material for making roofing and cladding in the 1950s and 60s. These buildings are often in need of repair or are being replaced in the current years so the job needs to be done correctly given what we now know about the dangers of asbestos. This graphic shows asbestos roof tiles that Matthews Contracting trained staff can remove efficiently and safely.
Residential Bonded Asbestos Removal
Asbestos is commonly found in many homes over Sydney. Our trained and experienced staff remove the asbestos in full sheets and dispose of it at only certified landfill sites.
In past times it was common practice to use asbestos as boxing for foundations paths and driveways. It was also common for the excess material and offcuts to be simply buried under paths and driveways on site. Excavations often uncover this material and it must be treated with the same respect as any asbestos even though it is mixed with soil. Matthews Contracting can remove this contaminated soil correctly and dispose of it in compliance with the legislated requirements at a licensed site.
Your Safety is our Priority
At Matthews Contracting we believe safety is the highest priority, we ensure our works are carried out in strict conformance with WorkCover Guidelines, al of Matthews employees wear full protective clothing and to carry out removal work thoroughly and proficiently.
We ensure that all contaminated material must be carted and disposed of in certified landfill sites.