Remove Asbestos with Build Flow

Asbestos on your property can create a major blockage for your project. Get your site assessed, costed, and the hazardous material removed safely with us!

Build Flow's asbestos removal is safe, easy, and cost-effective

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Because of the way Build Flow's automation works, after your specifications have been entered, our workflows get to work on figuring out the quickest and safest way to remove this hazard from your site, and get your build back on track.

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When building, renovating, or demolishing, asbestos can be a real pain

Why choose Build Flow?

When you're building or renovating, asbestos can be a real nuisance. Not only is it harmful to you, your family, the builders, and wider community, but it also requires specialised care to effectively and safely counter. It must be removed by licensed professionals, taken to specific outlets, and your site must be approved after it has been removed to ensure you can continue to develop. Build Flow ticks all these boxes automatically, hiring the correct people, the right equipment, and certifying you for a safe site after the job has been done.

From the kind people at Asbestos Removed Melbourne

A Class asbestos, or friable asbestos, is the name given to the type of asbestos that becomes dust or powdery when crushed. This is the most dangerous type of asbestos, and you need a licence to be able to conduct an A class asbestos removal. This type of asbestos needs to be removed as soon as it’s discovered because any damage to the surface could cause the particles to become airborne. That would put all the occupants of the building at risk.
B Class asbestos is also known as non-friable asbestos. This is a less dangerous type of asbestos. This is the classification for asbestos materials that have been mixed into other types of construction materials. This type of asbestos is considered low risk if it is not damaged or disturbed. Asbestos is only dangerous when the fibres are exposed and there is a chance of those said fibres being inhaled. Non-friable asbestos can be found in vinyl tiles and cement products that are used on ceilings, walls, roofs.
The process of friable asbestos removal needs to be carried out by professionals. To remove this type of asbestos, full containment is needed. That means that the workers will need personal protective equipment and full coverage masks to prevent inhalation of any dust. Air filtration devices will be needed as well because any dust that becomes airborne is a danger to people on the property. The air will need to be checked to make sure that there is no asbestos floating around. The entire area will need to be covered in plastic. They might use a wet-removal method that means that the materials to be removed are soaked in liquid to limit the spread of dust
Non-friable asbestos is the less dangerous type. This is a bonded type of asbestos or the ones that are incorporated into building materials. When the material is maintained properly, there is a low risk of exposure to asbestos. This will only become dangerous or risky when the material, such as the wall or ceiling, becomes damaged and the inner material is exposed to the air. Once the asbestos fibres become exposed, they can be airborne for hours or even days. That would mean that there is a huge risk of inhalation of these dangerous materials.

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