Sanitary in New South Wales

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  • Leave asbestos to the professionals

    Perhaps you’ve heard that the government allows homeowners to take care of asbestos removal in cases involving under 10 square metres of material. In your desire to save money, would you be...

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  • The Importance of Asbestos Air Monitoring

    After asbestos-containing materials have been removed from your home, it does not necessarily mean that the risks for inhaling asbestos fibres have been totally eliminated. Whether...

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  • Where Can Asbestos Be Found in Your Home?

    Asbestos is a toxic material that everybody is advised to avoid. However, it remains present in a lot of homes in Australia, particularly those...

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  • 50 Shades of mould..

    Mould comes in many colours – black, blue, white, green and orange… and despite the pretty hues and patterns, mould is potentially your biggest threat to a healthy home. The most common types of mould include aspergillus, cladosporium and stachybotrys atra (also known as black mould). Aspergillus is a...

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  • Mould in the home? Safety tips to consider.

    Jim’s Hazardous Material Removal has put together some important safety tips to follow when trying to remove mould from your home and some easy steps to take to reduce the chance of...

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