This is Why You Need to Hire a Sydney Rubbish Removal Company to Remove Your Combustible Cladding

Combustible cladding has become a serious problem throughout Sydney.

This type of cladding presents an enormous fire risk for all manner of buildings, most of which are residential apartment buildings.

There are numerous stories of residents facing uncertainty over who will pay millions for the removal of dangerous cladding.

However, it’s imperative for the safety of residents and tenants that this cladding is removed promptly and safely.

This is why you need to hire Sydney City Rubbish to remove your cladding.

Cladding is a Serious Risk Factor

The tragic Grenfell fire in London in 2017 showed why combustible cladding can be extremely dangerous.

It makes buildings extremely susceptible to fire and therefore, presents a huge risk to the lives of the tenants.

This is why cladding must be removed quickly by the professionals.

We’ll Remove it Safely

At Sydney City Rubbish, we prioritise health and safety in every single rubbish removal project that we undertake.

It’s more important than anything else to ensure our employees and anyone else in the vicinity are safe at all times.

That’s why our staff take every precaution when working at heights, which is a necessity when removing cladding.

Moreover, they’re equipped with the right PPE at every stage of the job. That includes boots, gloves, eye protection where necessary and tough clothing.

This means our workers are protected at all times.

We’ll also make sure that heavy or bulky items are removed with minimal injury risk, with our professional heavy lifting practices.

We Ensure It’s Dealt with Responsibly

It’s imperative that every kind of waste is dealt with responsibly.

The same rule goes for combustible cladding, which simply must be removed and taken to a certified facility.

There, the materials will be broken down and recycled into the manufacturing process for new items.

Alternatively, they may simply be disposed of into a responsible landfill, where the combustible materials will not present a risk.

To discuss removing cladding from your Sydney building, get in touch with Sydney City Rubbish here.

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