Asbestos surveyors, removalists and assessors are terms you might have come across when reading about work involving asbestos. It could be confusing to know when you will need who. Each of these people plays a specific role during works involving asbestos. Learn more.Details
If you suspect you may have asbestos in your home, you’re probably wondering what to expect as part of an asbestos survey. Always hire a qualified company to do an asbestos survey at your home. It is not recommended that you do it yourself. Why is that? Asbestos surveyors are experts in the asbestos field and have experience, training, and expertise in identifying asbestos and asbestos containing materials (ACM).
There are three stages involved, read on to learn more.Details
Winter is approaching and with it comes mould. There are all sorts of practical things you can do maintain a healthy and happy home. The key to preventing mould is to create a dry, well-ventilated environment where mould will not thrive.
There are simple everyday things you can do to assist, as well as considering more significant measures. Here’s our top 10 tips.Details
If your house was built before 2000 you may have asbestos in your home. Here are 10 common places you could find it hiding.Details
Toxic black mould, is the household term used for Stachybortyrs Chartarum, and is probably one of the more common mould species you have heard of. It can grow in houses and produces toxins called mycotoxins. These mycotoxins can have minor to major effects on your health depending on how sensitive you are.Details
If you are about to embark on or are in the process of removing asbestos in your home or business you are probably aware that the final stage of the process is obtaining a clearance certificate. But what you may not know is that the clearance stage cannot be undertaken by the same supplier that has completed the removal. You must choose a supplier independent of the removal process to undertake the clearance.Details
New Zealanders exporting cars to Australia are facing stringent inspections from border control as Australian authorities crack down on the importation of asbestos. Asbestos imports were banned in Australia in 2003 however many cars still have asbestos containing materials.Details