Perth’s Number One Asbestos Removal Company

If you’re looking for asbestos disposal in Perth, you’ve come to the right place. GJ Demo is known for offering a level of service that is second to none. All across the Perth region, whether it’s roof or fence removal, we have you covered — so call today for disposal services for your property!

Rely on Perth’s Expert Asbestos Removal Company for Your Safety and Health

GJ Demo is fully licensed, highly skilled and experienced in asbestos disposal in Perth and across Western Australia. We provide safe asbestos removal services for both commercial and residential properties. Contact us today for an environment you can feel free to breathe in.

Disposal Specialists

We have been professionally attending to asbestos removal since 2005. Our use of the latest removal technologies on the market, technical know-how and approved asbestos disposal techniques have seen us continuously appointed for some of the biggest asbestos removal projects Perth has to offer.

Why choose us?

The GJ Demo team has the skill set required to remove and dispose of a number of hazardous materials. Our removal procedures adhere to all disposal regulations. We make a point of hermetically sealing buildings whenever jobs require it. When you enlist our team of experts, we provide you with end-to-end asbestos fence removal solutions that include:

  • Preparatory work
  • Removal of hazardous materials
  • Reconstruction work
  • Recommencing operations

The level of care and caution we place on each project makes us a leading removalist in Perth. Through the years we have worked on a number of hazardous material removal contracts, including asbestos disposal work at schools, sports facilities, hospitals, offices, industrial buildings, warehouses and private homes.

Did you know?

If your home has corrugated asbestos roofing, there’s a chance that asbestos fibres could be exposed, particularly if your roof has deteriorated over the years. Exposed asbestos fibres can lead to health issues, which is why it is essential to safeguard your family and home against the scourge of poisoning by involving a qualified removal company. We will provide you with a free consultation at your premises and advise you on the best course of action.

What is asbestos?

Asbestos is a mineral that contains silicon, oxygen, hydrogen and other metal ions. It consists of extremely fine and barely perceptible needle shaped fibres that are easily airborne. Unless the concentration of asbestos fibres in the air is extremely heavy and easily identified, you can be walking through a minefield of asbestos and not even know it.

The risks of asbestos

Asbestos fibres enter the body primarily through breathing. Inhalation of microscopic asbestos fibres is extremely hazardous to your health and can lead to chronic and – in some cases – fatal health problems.

It is generally considered not harmful unless it is releasing dust or fibres into the air which can be inhaled or ingested. That is why damaged or disturbed asbestos-containing ceiling tiles, floor tiles, shingles, fire doors, etc. should be treated with caution and handled by qualified removal company.

Asbestos fibres that remain in the body can cause disease.

The three primary diseases associated with asbestos exposure are:

  • Asbestosis
  • Lung Cancer
  • Mesothelioma

Where can asbestos be found?

It can be found in a number of everyday items manufactured before 1989, including:

  • Floor tiles
  • Roof tiles
  • Roof sheeting
  • Rainwater goods
  • Ceiling boards
  • Partitioning
  • Pipe and boiler insulation

Asbestos in Perth and throughout Australia is rather common as it was widely used in the construction industry between 1945 and 1980. Thankfully, due to growing concerns over its dangers, it was phased out in 1989 and banned entirely in December 2003. If you have concerns about asbestos and want to protect the health of your family, staff, and lessen its environmental impact, make sure to get a hold of GJ Demo and talk to us about our fence and roof removal services.

Contact us for a team of licensed professionals who are ready to cater to all your asbestos disposal needs.