Between the 1940s and 1980s, asbestos was a much-used material in exteriors and sometimes in the interiors of houses and buildings for its benefits. However, as the dangers of and health risks in the use of this material came to light, people started to remove asbestos features from their property. But this job isn’t something that can be turned into a DIY activity. If you … Continue reading The Various Dangers of Asbestos
You can hire an asbestos removal professional at an average cost of about $35/m2. The size and complexity of the job can cause the price to be anywhere in the range of $25/m2 to $40/m2. Asbestos removal work is hazardous and requires special expertise. It is important to hire a professional asbestos removalist or a reputed company. We at BreathEASY offer the best asbestos removal … Continue reading How Much Does Asbestos Removal Cost?
Asbestos is a generic term given to six, naturally-occurringminerals. These minerals have been used in a variety of commercial products. They consist of thin and long fibrous bundles that become easily separated when there is deterioration or damage to the asbestos feature. Asbestos is a very resilient material that has insulating properties. It is also highly resistant to electricity, chemicals and heat and can also … Continue reading Where Does Asbestos Come From?
When you are worried about asbestos infecting your house or property, your response is to hurriedly get rid of it. Sometimes, you may just adopt a “let it go” attitude about this health hazardous material and do nothing at all. None of these approaches is useful. We at BreathEASYunderstand exactly how worrying and confusing it can be to deal with asbestos in your home. This … Continue reading Best Ways To Deal With Asbestos On Your Property
If your home was built sometime before 1980, it’s likely there will be a certain amount of asbestos on your property. Most materials that were utilised in the construction of homes before 1980 had a certain amount of asbestos due to its fire-resistant and insulating properties. It was used in a number of different features such as wall boards, ceiling tiles, floor tiles, floor mastics, … Continue reading How To Remove Asbestos Properly
Asbestos isn’t just one particular material. In fact,it is a commercial term used to describe six different fibrous, naturally-occurring minerals. All of these minerals have certain qualities that make them suitable for specific commercial products. Asbestos has thermal and chemicaldegradation-resistant properties. In addition, it is a very good insulation material and is also fire proof as well. This is why it is used in ceilings, … Continue reading What Exactly Is Asbestos?
At one point in time, Australia used to be one of the largest consumers of asbestos-containing products. These products were used in the construction of commercial buildings and homes due to the material’s effectiveness in insulation, as well as its affordability. Asbestos is now banned in Australia. However, they exist literally thousands of buildings, residential as well as commercial, that have installations made of asbestos. … Continue reading How To Dispose Of Asbestos
NSW government’s consistent and rigorous efforts have educated people about the harmful effects of asbestos. However, we at Breath Easy Asbestos Removal, a highly skilled asbestos removal west Sydney company have found that most people do not know why and when it is harmful. Our experts, therefore, thought of educating concerned people about this material through this blog.Asbestos is a silicate mineral that is made of thin … Continue reading Exposure to asbestos: What you need to know
Living with asbestos can be stressful and harmful; even worse is when you don’t know if you are surrounded by this material. It can be anywhere in your house. The sad part is that you cannot see its fibres through your naked eyes.So, how to find out if you are living with this devastating mineral? The answer is rather simple. Call a licensed and government … Continue reading How to find out if your home or workplace has asbestos