Asbestos roof removal needs to be undertaken by licensed professionals to ensure that it is carried out safely! Sunstate Roofing Services adhere to strict procedures and can safely remove your old Asbestos roof and replace it with a new Colorbond Roof, adding great value to your home.
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We offer free quotes, guarantee our workmanship and perform all asbestos roof removals in a safe and secure manner with no risk to you or your family or contamination of your home.
Wanting to replace your asbestos roof with Colorbond? We offer totally safe and fully licensed asbestos roof removal across all areas of the Sunshine Coast.
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Do you have a roof that may contain asbestos? In 2003 asbestos was banned to be used throughout Australia.
Houses built before 1990 are likely to contain asbestos cement products and some older Sunshine Coast homes still have an existing asbestos roof.
Asbestos is a very hazardous material and not great for roofing especially as it starts to break down and degrade or be damaged by hailstones, falling branches from storms, etc.
Your asbestos roof may have started cracking or leaking and needs to be fully replaced by an expert.
Sunstate Roofing Services are fully trained, licensed and experienced to safely remove and replace your asbestos roof across all areas of the Sunshine Coast. We work with qualified asbestos removal professionals and we can replace your unsafe asbestos roof with a new metal roof that will not only be safer but also far more durable and visually pleasing to look at. Find out more today!
Asbestos is a natural mineral made up of small fibers that have excellent durability. If these fibers become airborne they can become a health risk if inhaled.
In good condition, bonded asbestos products do not normally release any asbestos fibres into the air and are considered a very low risk. However, when damaged or badly weathered (including hail damaged), areas may become friable and dangerous. If your asbestos roof is damaged it is dangerous and poses a health risk to you and your family.
As many of us now know, asbestos-related diseases from breathing in airborne asbestos fibres are a serious health risk and once the fibres are breathed in and lodged in the lungs they can cause lung cancer, asbestosis or mesothelioma.