Asbestos Roof Replacement Brisbane

Our fully licenced team will safely remove and replace your old Asbestos roof

Asbestos Roof Removal and Replacement Brisbane, Gold Coast, Northern NSW, and Beyond!

If you have an Asbestos roof, you’ve very likely thought about whether you need to get it removed and replaced.

Generally speaking, having an Asbestos roof isn’t really a problem…until it become a problem. As soon as your asbestos roof is showing any signs of aging or damage, an asbestos roof replacement becomes an absolute necessity. If your home was built before 1982, your Asbestos roof sheeting has probably started to crack, split and grow mould over the years.

A typical Asbestos roof most likely has up to 6 ribs per sheet for added strength and has been totally sealed top and bottom on manufacture. The trouble is that over time – anywhere between 20 and 50 years – Queensland’s harsh climate has caused that top seal to erode.

As a result, the roof sheets will have become brittle, weak and potentially dangerous if Asbestos fibres become airborne, or worse still, if it becomes friable. Movement around the fixing points (screws & nails) can make the problem worse, and if the overlapped sheets have become loose and have been rubbing for years, the strength and safety of your roof has been compromised.

Safety is Our Priority

Once Asbestos fibres become airborne, they present serious health issues, including severe respiratory diseases and fatal cases of cancer. So if your Asbestos roof is old and in poor condition, then it’s time to call the Asbestos roof replacement experts at MHI Roofing. Our guarantee to you is that we’ll safely and professionally remove and replace your Asbestos roof whilst meeting all necessary compliance measures. In fact, we have passed each and every audit by Government Asbestos Compliance bodies.

The MHI Roofing team has been replacing Asbestos roofs for well over 20 years, so you can be confident we’ll do the job right. Get in touch with the Asbestos roof removal and replacement Brisbane experts at MHI roofing for a safe and efficient service.

Our Asbestos Roof Replacement Brisbane Process

An Asbestos roof replacement needs to be completed methodically and carefully by a dedicated team of professionals.


Some of the steps we take include:

  • Completely sealing the roof before removing anything, even a single screw.
  • Passing the sheets carefully down from man-to-man – not tossing the sheets into a dusty skip where they could crack and release Asbestos fibres.
  • Painstakingly removing everything, including the insulation in case it is contaminated.
  • Completely vacuuming the ceiling with a HEPA 13 Filter to remove even minute specks of toxic material.

Detailed Air Monitoring

Before our roofing specialists install your new tile roof or new metal roof, detailed air monitoring is undertaken to ensure it is habitable again. Then and only then, will we issue a Certificate of Clearance for your household records. Regardless of whether we have conducted an asbestos roof tile replacement, or removed your asbestos sheeting, we take the utmost precautions in ensuring the safety of our staff and you and your family.


We Offer a Truly Complete Roof Replacement Service

The thing that sets MHI Roofing apart from others who perform Asbestos roof replacement projects is the fact that we can look after literally everything, from safely removing your old roof to installing your new metal roof, so that it all runs like clockwork.

You may also have rotten or old structural roofing timbers that need repairs or replacement. As we have a full Builders Licence, we can handle these types or tasks and more including painting, electrical, plumbing and so forth. Because we have a large, highly experienced team of professional roofing contractors, we work quicker than other less-resourceful teams.

In most cases we can actually get your old asbestos roof off, and a new one on, that very same day. Furthermore, if you have a larger roof, we can work on one side first, say the most damaged, then do the other half the next day.

Should I go with tiles or metal for my new roof?

Many of our Asbestos roof replacement Brisbane customers choose to replace their old Asbestos roof with a new metal one rather than going with tiles. This is because tile roofs require ongoing maintenance approximately every 10 years, whereas a metal roof can last up to 30 years without maintenance.

At MHI Roofing, we only use the best quality iron from the Australian manufacturer, Bluescope Steel, supplied to Stratco QLD. Every roof replacement offered by MHI Roofing comes in a wide range of attractive colours and styles that will suit any home’s décor and add a new dimension to your home!

Ultimate Peace of Mind

MHI Roofing proudly offers a full 10-year warranty on workmanship. Stratco also offers a warranty of up to 30 years to protect your new roof against rust perforation (depending on environmental factors and your location). This warranty is issued upon installation via written application.


Professional Asbestos Roof Removal and Replacement Brisbane

MHI Roofing are the trusted roofers specialising in all things asbestos roof removal. Whether you need asbestos roof tile replacement, asbestos sheet replacement, or anything in between, we have the experience for the job. Get in touch with us today if you require residential or commercial roof services by a highly skilled team. Give our friendly and knowledgeable team a call today on 07 3808 0700 or fill out our online contact form.

Asbestos Roof Replacement

Safety first always! Here’s a glimpse of an Asbestos roof we removed from a house in Gordon Park, QLD.

Book a Free Assessment and Quote

Don’t risk the safety of your home or your family by living under a faulty roof. If you have noticed leaking or damage to the roof of your residential or commercial property, contact MHI Roofing for expert roofing services, while we also offer solar panel installation alongside all our roof repairs. Give us a call on 07 3808 0700 to organise an obligation-free inspection or get in touch online.


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