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Common types of asbestos in Australia

Australia has been faced with an asbestos burden for decades. Between the 1940s and 1990s, Australia’s mining and use of various types of asbestos was some of the highest in the world per capita. The prevalent use of residential asbestos throughout 1945 to 1960 has meant that as more homeowners renovate, fix or demolish older…
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The Complete Guide to Home Relocations

There are many benefits to relocating a home. With the population increasing, the demand for housing has increased too. Consequently, the materials used for modern houses do not compare to how older homes were built. There are also environmental benefits associated with home relocations; it is always beneficial to recycle, reuse and re-love whenever possible,…
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The biggest and best range of recycled timber in Townsville

Sustainable living is a way of life that we all need to embrace. Collectively, we need to help preserve our environment for future generations. But when it comes to building or renovating your home, nobody wants sustainable living to ‘come at a price’ in regards the aesthetics or dollar value of your most prized asset!…
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Why asbestos removal should never be a DIY job

Asbestos was originally used for its effective insulating properties prior to the discovery of its high toxicity. It’s a naturally occurring mineral whose fibers are resistant to heat, electricity and corrosion. Asbestos fibers are also able to be combined with other materials such as plastic or cement to make them stronger. The negative stigma associated…
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Which method of demolition best suits your needs?

A demolition can be the entire or partial dismantle of a structure on your land. There is also more than one way a house demolition can be performed. Below are the most common methods of dismantling a structure. Mechanical demolition Perhaps the most common demolition performed is the ‘mechanical demolition’. This demolition is the act…
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