NOTE: THESE CALCULATORS ARE APPLICABLE FOR SOUTH EAST QUEENSLAND CUSTOMERS ONLY. IN THE FUTURE WE MAY DEVELOP CALCULATORS FOR OTHER LOCATIONS.
Asbestos removal cost is a concern for many South East Queensland property owners, with many owners unaware of the true costs involved. We have developed the below range of convenient cost calculators to help give you a rough guide to asbestos removal costs for residential properties.
In some instances pricing may work out substantially cheaper when combining multiple services. For example removing asbestos roofing and guttering as a part of the same job may work out cheaper as the set up work can be combined. Please contact us if you wish to receive a price for removal of asbestos in more than one area of your home.
You will need to have an idea of the measurements of any asbestos to be removed.
Select the relevant Cost Calculator
- Corrugated asbestos roof sheeting
- Bathroom Internal Sheeting
- Bonded Asbestos External Sheeting
- Bonded Asbestos Internal Sheeting
- Friable Asbestos Sheeting (ldb)
- Fencing – Post and bracket style, sheeting above ground
- Fencing – Self supporting sheet style, bottom of sheet buried in ground
- Vinyl Floor Tiles – non-asbestos adhesive
- Vinyl Floor Tiles – asbestos adhesive
- Sheet Vinyl with asbestos backing
Calculating the area of asbestos material
If you’re confused by the difference between square metres and linear metres don’t worry, you’re not alone. Unless you work in a trade, you may not have much of a need to perform these calculations on a regular basis. When it comes to asbestos removal it is useful to know how to work out square and linear metres for quotation purposes. Asbestos roofing and wall sheeting is usually calculated as square metres whilst fencing can be quoted on linear metres.
How to calculate square metres (m2)
Step 1 – Measure the length and width of the asbestos area in question in metres
Step 2 – Multiply the length by the width and you have your answer
How to calculate linear metres (lm)
Step 1 – Measure the length of the asbestos area in metres – don’t worry about any other dimensions
Step 2 – No calculations are required, linear metres is simply the length of the area in question