Yes we do! Give us a call today to discuss a deal.
There are 3 options to pay for your service; Direct bank transfer, credit card or cheque upon completion on the job.
Yes you can, we try and work with you to make the job run as smooth as possible. However bear in mind that council have noise restrictions in residential areas that impact the start time for the service.
We provide wet-vac’s to suck up all the slurry and then we will empty it into a slurry bin and remove it off site. We will also provide sandbags to go around drains (if they are in close proximity) to ensure that no concrete slurry is going down the drain.
It depends on the amount of concrete being cut and removed. If there is not a huge amount of concrete to be removed, a truck may be used instead of a skip bin.
A lot of noise will be made due to the nature of the job. In residential areas, we will not be able to start cutting concrete prior to council restrictions. As a suggestions, it may be a good idea to inform your neighbours about the noise prior to the job starting. Hearing protection is recommended if you are in close proximity.
There is a no minimum depth, however we have a maximum depth cut of 350mm.
No we don’t, however the bigger the job, the more time it will take to complete.
It will depend on your local council restrictions as to when we are able to make noise. It might be a good idea to let neighbours know about the noisy works going on. We can always provide you with a time frame of how long the job will take us so that you and your neighbours know how long the noise will last for.
In close vicinity hearing protection is recommended.
Minimal dust is created as all dust is extracted via vacuum.
Any area of the home can have a floor grinder in it as our machine is electric.
It depends on the material being removed from the concrete and the location that the floor grinding will be taking place. Please give us a call to discuss further.
During the floor grinding process, the dust that is caused is bagged through the use of a vacuum and then removed off site. Minimal dust will be expelled into the environment.
The major health risk associated with asbestos is asbestosis – here is a link for more information on it https://www.asbestos.com/asbestosis/
However with safety precautions in place, we will ensure that any risks are minimised. We can provide Air Monitoring and a Clearance Certificate and the completion of works for an additional fee.
Give us a call. We can come out and take a sample to get tested and then remove the asbestos from the house.
Friable and Non-Friable (Bonded). We are only licenced to remove Non-Friable Asbestos, which is the most common Asbestos found in Domestic and Commercial Buildings https://asbestossafety.gov.au/asbestos-information
We follow Queensland Regulations Procedure.
- Submit Form 65
- Generate an Asbestos Removal Control Plan (ARCP)
- Generate a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS)
- Organise Air Monitoring via third party (if required/requested)
- Organise Clearance Certificate via third party (if required/requested)
- Once everything has been cleared and signed off we will hand the property back
We are required by law to submit Form 65 to Work Health and Safety 5 days prior to Asbestos being removed.
Yes it is, the price is all inclusive.
Yes it is, the price is all inclusive.
You are not required to be home, however it is preferred so you can have the bin placed where you require it.
You can let us know approximately how much rubbish you require to be removed and we can let you know what size bin would be best; you can provide us with pictures of what is required to be removed, or, we can come out to site and have look at what needs to be removed. Visit of skip bin page to view a chart on size conversions, which may assist you in choosing what size bin you require.
If you have ordered a bin that is too small for your waste, you can always have the bin picked up and then dropped back off to refill it.
You can hire a bin for up to two weeks. If you require it for a longer period of time, please give us a call to discuss options.
Please give us a call and we can organise a changeover of the bin.
No it cannot. The bin is to be placed on your property unless you have a permit from your local council allowing you to use public land.
Most waste can be placed in our skip bins except for:
- Asbestos – unless you inform us prior and we will provide you with an Asbestos Bin (please note that we are a licenced Asbestos Removal Company and can remove the Asbestos for you)
If you are still unsure, please don’t hesitate to contact us
Please give us a call if you have any further questions regarding the waste that you need to be disposed of.