Residential Asbestos Removal

Asbestos Removals Brisbane performs safe and effective residential asbestos removal Brisbane wide.

At Asbestos Removals Brisbane, we take immense pride in our commitment to eradicating asbestos from homes across the greater Brisbane region. We are dedicated to delivering a comprehensive residential asbestos removal service, with our team of professionals undergoing rigorous training to ensure the safe removal and containment of asbestos, as well as meticulous cleaning of any affected areas. Our skilled team are fully qualified in the removal of friable and non-friable asbestos in a huge range of environments. If you suspect the presence of asbestos in your home, don’t hesitate to reach out to Asbestos Removals Brisbane for a thorough risk assessment today.

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If you require residential asbestos removal, don't hesitate to get in touch with Asbestos Removals Brisbane for a professional assessment.

Does my home contain asbestos?

If your home was built before 1990, there’s probably a high chance the building materials contain asbestos. Though these materials can go largely undisturbed for many years, there is a huge risk that asbestos containing materials can deteriorate and release fibres if left unchecked. It’s also a common cause of concern for people who conduct DIY renovation projects, as most people are either unaware of the dangers of asbestos or are unable to identify it properly. In fact, the most common areas of a home to renovate (bathroom, kitchen, and laundry) are often at a higher risk of containing asbestos.

Areas that asbestos is commonly found include:

  • Internal walls and ceiling
  • Internal angle mouldings
  • Carpet underlay
  • Water pipes
  • Roofing
  • Spray on insulation
  • Fences

Dangers of living with asbestos

Asbestos is particularly dangerous for lungs as the human body can’t break the material down. Exposure can result in a chronic lung disease called ‘asbestosis’ or Mesothelioma, a form of malignant lung cancer which is unfortunately almost always fatal and can end up popping up decades after exposure. Though the majority of people will have some form of low exposure to asbestos at some point in their life time (in can be found in soil, water and air) people who have experienced it on a regular basis or at a high dose that are at the most risk of falling sick.

How much does residential asbestos removal cost?

Residential asbestos removal cost differs depending on the size of your home. If you’d like to have an assessment and quote made for your home, please contact Asbestos Removals Brisbane and one of our technicians will get in touch shortly.

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Why choose Asbestos Removals Brisbane?

Our team at Asbestos Removals Brisbane work quickly and efficiently to complete house asbestos removal so you can get back to normal as soon as possible. We’re continually researching new and improved methods of asbestos removal and keep up to date with the latest industry knowledge to ensure we remain at the forefront of house asbestos removal. Our number one focus is the safety of our customers and staff, so we adhere to the strictest of practices to ensure asbestos is removed and disposed of safely.


Don’t delay, if you think your home has asbestos it’s best to take action immediately for the safety of you and your family. We offer asbestos services Brisbane wide including asbestos removal, testing and assessment, disposal and decontamination, and encapsulation. Call us on 0412 314 588 or email Grant on to arrange an inspection and quote today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tiled floors and ceilings within homes that were built between 1940 and 1980 are more than likely to possess asbestos or asbestos-containing materials. The best thing to do is review your homes construction dates, then engage with a trusted and professional asbestos removalist such as Asbestos Removals Brisbane to ensure every trace of asbestos is removed safely.

Approximately one third of homes across Australia still contain asbestos, which can be found in a multitude of areas around the property including, but not limited to:

  • Gutters and roofing
  • Gables and eaves
  • Walls and ceilings
  • Vinyl, carpet, and tile underlays
  • Lining behind wall tiles
  • Splashbacks in wet areas

If you want to know whether your home is asbestos free, contact Asbestos Removals Brisbane today and we’ll undertake a sample test to ensure whether your home is asbestos-free or requires a deep and thorough removal service.

Asbestos in Australia was used within the construction of homes between the 1940s and 1980s. It was also commonly used within binding products in building materials such as wall and floor sheeting, pipes, and even roofing. Asbestos has also regularly been found in thermal insulation and fire proofing among other things.

Although popcorn ceilings (also known as “acoustic”, “cottage cheese”, “stucco” ceilings) have fallen out of favour among homeowners, they still exist within homes across the country. It’s not possible to tell visually whether popcorn ceilings contain asbestos, instead, a qualified test needs to be undertaken to investigate. DO NOT try to scrape your popcorn ceilings if you have these in your home, instead, contact Asbestos Removals Brisbane as soon as possible.

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