You know the feeling when you go out each week, and while getting ready to go out you look at the same old wardrobe you have had for years with no spice?
Our company look was looking old so we decided to spice things up with an updated look - no major changes just a slight tweak to the logo and some colour so that we can stand out more.
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Asbestos roofs are generally made of a corrugated moulded product that is generally fairly stable material. Being a brittle roof there are other significant issues which include the potential of falling through by walking on them.
Roof membranes ar egenerally a bituminous material. They can reside at the tope of the roof or underneath roof tiles in a sheet material. They are usually a black colour and the asbestos fibres can generally be seen with the naked eye.
Asbestos pipes may include downpipes, asbestos cement water pipes underground, asbestos cement flues for transporting hot air from boilers. they are generally made of asbestos cement, providing a hard wearing product.
The first picture shows an asbestos downpipe from a gutter with some fibres after a breakage. The second picture is of a storm water pipes underground.
There are many different types of flooring material that contain asbestos. The most common are fibre cement sheet and vinyl shete or tiles. in Many cases the floor may be hidden by carpet and and tiles. A pre demolition survey is required to identify these materials within the house.
The first picture is of 20 mm thick fibre cement sheet under the tiles which can be seen just under the water stop. The second picture is of asbestos sheeting underneath a demountable building.