If a property developer is planning to demolish an old home, is it necessary to do asbestos testing and removal first? Learn about NZ development rules here.
What does asbestos look like? It’s something of a trick question, as asbestos can look like many things. Learn more about how to spot asbestos here.
Our asbestos removal services can help real estate agents to simplify the selling process by ensuring a property is free from asbestos prior to sale. As expert asbestos removal specialists, we often work with business owners and homeowners, but another group we work...
Did you know there are two types of asbestos products? Here’s more about the difference between the types, and examples of Class B asbestos products.Asbestos is widely known as an extremely dangerous product that must be managed or removed from any property in New...
Asbestos poisoning, or asbestos-related disease, is an extremely dangerous problem caused by asbestos exposure. Learn about asbestosis and more here.
In the asbestos removal industry, it’s always necessary to know exactly what you’re dealing with before you make a plan to either remove the asbestos completely, or ensure it’s not a health risk. To do that, professionals must conduct asbestos surveys. This will...
Class A asbestos is the more dangerous, ‘friable’ type of asbestos. Here are some of the more common types of Class A asbestos products in New Zealand.
Asbestos was commonly used in various roofing materials in New Zealand prior to 2000. Here are some of the most common asbestos roofing materials
Asbestos testing is important in asbestos management. While it is possible to take your own sample, it is best to have asbestos testing done by a pro.
There are Class A and Class B types of asbestos, therefore there are Class A and Class B asbestos removalists. Here’s the difference between the two.