North Brisbane to Gympie come home to a brand new roof in one day                                                                 Factory, showroom & office located in Caloundra for over 20 years

free Inspection

free-inspection
services

our services

Before
After

ASBESTOS REMOVAL

Call the expert team at Stormguard Roofing to discover how easy it is to safely remove and replace your asbestos roof



Contact Us

ASBESTOS REMOVAL SUNSHINE COAST

Asbestos was once used in the manufacture of over 3,000 products, largely building products including roofing materials.

Asbestos roofing is very common in older properties on the Sunshine Coast, and throughout Australia. If your property was built prior to 1990, it could still contain this potentially dangerous material.

Whilst intact, bonded asbestos cement is quite safe. However, with age and weather damage, the asbestos can start to break down and shed harmful fibres.

This can not only affect your health, but also the value of your home. Potential property buyers tend to shun asbestos-clad homes, or argue a substantial drop in price.

If you suspect that there is asbestos in your roof, or anywhere else on your property, we can make it safe.

Do not delay, if you have any doubts or suspicions that asbestos may be present on your roof or in your gutters and eaves, call Stormguard Roofing.

We have been providing asbestos removal Sunshine Coast residents can rely on for many years and will be happy to provide you with a professional inspection.

stormguard roofing asbestos team removal asbestos out fo a home in the sunshine coast

Where Was Asbestos Commonly Used?

Asbestos was commonly used as roofing material in Australia until the 1980s. The most common form was a corrugated fibrocement sheet product manufactured by James Hardie Ltd called ‘Super Six’.

Corrugated asbestos roofing is easy to spot. It is thicker than corrugated iron, has a dull lacklustre appearance, and weathers heavily over time.

The greater the weathering, the greater the risk of deterioration with potentially dangerous implications. Weathering causes asbestos roofs to become friable and disintegrate. Asbestos fibres accumulate in gutters and then blow away in a strong wind.

To make matters worse, asbestos roofing contains a higher concentration of asbestos than other types of fibrocement building materials, and it contains all three major types of asbestos – crocidolite (blue asbestos), amosite (brown asbestos), and chrysotile (white asbestos) – to make the roofing more durable.

stormguard employees fixing asbestos roof

Choose the Right Asbestos Removal Team

We have been removing asbestos roofing materials for over 10 years. It is a specialist area, not all asbestos removalists are equally knowledgeable or experienced in this niche.

When you choose us, you are choosing a team of dedicated, expert professionals.

To remain legally compliant and be confident that all asbestos is removed, you need to find a team with the right qualifications and experience.

Asbestos in roofing and other building materials is usually found in one of two forms, friable or non-friable. Inhaling either can, over time, lead to dangerous lung diseases.

As a result, asbestos removal is tightly regulated, and rightly so. Separate licences are required to tackle each type. At Stormguard Roofing, we are licenced to remove both friable and non-friable asbestos.

Asbestos was commonly used to manufacture cement roof tiles, corrugated cement sheets, and cement gutters and downpipes.

Asbestos removal Sunshine Coast residents can trust the Stormguard Roofing Team to remove all forms of asbestos roofing materials containing asbestos. No job is too big or too small.

We Adhere to Strict Queensland Legislation

Removing the asbestos and adding a new roof to your property is not only safer for you and your family, but will also add value.

In addition, there is strict legislation in place in Queensland regarding the removal and disposal of asbestos.

Stormguard Roofing has all the required QBCC (Queensland Building & Construction Commission) licenses to safely remove asbestos, as well as a WPHS QLD class B asbestos license and Department of Environment and Resource Management EHP licence for waste management.

Talk to the Experts at Stormguard Roofing Today!

If you are aware that asbestos is in your roof, or just want to check, come to us.

Contact our team to get your free site assessment and quote.

We are committed to helping you save money. The team that works on your project will be dedicated to your job until it is finished.

The team will make sure that you save money, and the job is completed on time.

asbestos causing roofing problems banner