Demolishing a fence containing asbestos is dangerous and requires the services of a contractor who has undergone special training and uses the complete equipment and protective suit. But what exactly should you expect when you hire someone to remove your fence?
How the Asbestos Fence Removal is Done
Before doing a fence removal, the contractor will identify the range of the area where the work will take place. After knowing the scope of work, he will set an enclosure to the perimeter. This should be done to avoid the particles of asbestos from spreading out of the vicinity and cause harm to the neighbourhood.
The asbestos fence removal is done with extra precaution. In the process of removal, when the fence which contains asbestos breaks into small pieces, the asbestos fiber will spread in the air and the chance to harm the nearby places is high. This is why the contractors are trained to be aware and do their work with great accuracy, to reduce the risk of harm within the place and the nearby areas.
After the fence removal is done, the contaminated materials will be properly disposed of. The contractors will carefully wrap and seal the fence containing asbestos to prevent the fibers from escaping. The sealed asbestos will be taken to the appropriate disposal site according to the local regulations. The contractors will make sure that the area is clean and asbestos-free before leaving the premises.
Our company has been in the asbestos removal business for many years now and servicing homes all over NSW, particularly in Sydney and neighbouring towns like Central Coast, North and South Harbor, Wetherill Park and Campbell town. We also do asbestos removal projects in Canberra.