Revolve Asbestos Solutions specialises in the management and removal of asbestos roof materials in residential and commercial properties. Our expertise encompasses a range of roofing materials, including an asbestos concrete roof and asbestos roof panels, commonly found in many buildings. We understand the concerns and challenges posed by asbestos on the roof, especially in older structures, and are committed to providing safe, effective solutions.
Expert Removal of Asbestos Roofing Materials
Our team is highly skilled in handling projects involving an asbestos roof house renovation or demolition. We take great care in the removal process, ensuring that all asbestos materials, including disposal of asbestos roofing sheets, are handled in compliance with environmental and health regulations. Our approach is meticulous and thorough, prioritising the safety of both our clients and our team.
Comprehensive Asbestos Roof Solutions
Choosing Revolve Asbestos Solutions means selecting a partner who understands the complexities of asbestos roofing. We provide comprehensive services, from initial inspection and testing of asbestos concrete roof materials to the safe removal and disposal of asbestos roof panels. Our commitment to excellence in every aspect of our work ensures that your asbestos roof concerns are managed professionally, safely, and efficiently. Trust us to be your expert guide in creating a safe, asbestos-free environment.
Asbestos was commonly used as a roofing material in New Zealand due to its perceived benefits for various roofing systems.
An asbestos roof is constructed from a mixture of cement and asbestos fibers, with the asbestos comprising approximately 10-15% of the final product. These fibers provide strength to the cement, resulting in a durable and rigid substance.
During its peak usage, asbestos roofing offered several advantages. It was cost-effective, lightweight, durable, and versatile, making it readily available. Asbestos roofs were resistant to rot, rust, electricity, heat, and conductivity. However, once asbestos was recognized as a known human carcinogen, the use of asbestos roofs was banned.
One of the main hazards associated with asbestos roofs is their tendency to deteriorate over time when exposed to sun and rain. As the roofs degrade, they release asbestos fibers into the air, posing a health risk.
Both corrugated and shingle roofs in New Zealand may contain asbestos, as it was extensively utilized in roofing materials throughout the country. While asbestos was once considered a desirable construction material, its potential health risks were not fully acknowledged.
The most reliable way to determine if your roof contains asbestos is through testing. Revolve Asbestos Solutions is available to assist you with the testing process.
If the test confirms the presence of asbestos, we can arrange a removal process that adheres to New Zealand legislation and prioritizes safety for both our team and you. We offer a comprehensive service to simplify the process. Our specialists ensure proper cleaning of gutters, removal of insulation as required, utilize appropriate safety equipment for working at heights, and thoroughly vacuum and wash the area after removal. We also take additional precautions, such as draping the scaffolding, double-wrapping the waste material, disposing of it at a licensed landfill, and conducting extra air monitoring to prioritize your peace of mind.
We collaborate with reputable roofing companies and can recommend those that understand the importance of safe and efficient removal.
The overall cost depends on your desired end result. Various factors need to be considered, but the average cost for a Class B setup and removal exceeds $60 per square meter. We encourage you to fill out a request form on the right, and we will promptly respond to you.
Let's discuss your requirements and how we can accommodate your schedule to complete the job and ensure your roof meets your needs!