Based in Sydney, Asbestos Roof Solutions specialises in domestic asbestos roof  restoration, Asbestos roof assessments and the provision of roof condition reports.

Asbestos Roof Solutions are experts in the application of high tech coatings for asbestos encapsulation and maintaining lower roof surface temperatures.

Asbestos Roof Solutions are  completely focused on job safety for our employees and clients. Asbestos Roof Solutions provide site specific Safe Work Method Statements for all work undertaken and all of our employees have undertaken appropriate training for the tasks required, to provide you with a first class job, every time.

Asbestos Roof Solutions have undertaken major and minor contracts along the eastern seaboard and country NSW.


Asbestos Roof Treatment

The Problem
The traditional process for treating asbestos cement roofs was to firstly clean the roof with high-pressure water to remove all lichen and loose asbestos fibre. This procedure however was banned on health grounds, creating a need for a system which could be applied straight to the degraded asbestos without disturbing the surface.

The Solution
In 1990, our suppliers, Crommelin set out to address this problem and developed The Fibroseal System for the treatment and encapsulation of asbestos roofs. The Fibroseal System achieves the following:

  1. To bind and encapsulate the asbestos fibres.
  2. Avoids costly downtime associated with replacement of asbestos.
  3. A significant reduction in roof cavity temperatures resulting in savings in building cooling costs.
  4. An extension of the service life of asbestos structures.
  5. A completely water-based and truly environmentally friendly system.
  6. A completely water-based and truly environmentally friendly system.

Take a look at this short video to find out more about the Fibroseal System for asbestos encapsulation roof treatment.

Australian Government Approval

The Fibroseal System has had an A.P.A.S. Approval certificate, number 1720/2 since 1990, the longest held approved system for the specific use to encapsulate asbestos roofs. A.P.A.S, formerly the Government Paint Committee Approval GPC-C-1720/2 Scheme, is administered by the C.S.I.R.O and complies with AS/NZS 900:2000 Standards.

The Fibroseal Asbestos Encapsulation System

The Fibroseal System consists of two products:

  1. Fibroseal Primer
    A clear one pack, water based, low viscosity, highly penetrating solution that soaks through the lichen and degraded asbestos cement, down to the sound base material binding these unstable elements.
  2. Fibroseal Topcoat
    A high solids elastomeric membrane providing a long-term protection to the encapsulated layers, whilst providing heat reflective and aesthetic properties. The system has excellent resistance to dirt pick up and provides resistance to the re-growth of moulds and lichens.

Asbestos Roof Solutions have the full and complete backing of the system manufacturer Crommelin, to assess, specify and carry out asbestos encapsulation roof treatment installations throughout Australia.

Contact us to find out more about asbestos encapsulation roof treatment for industrial and commercial roofs


Treating Hail Damaged Asbestos Roofs

In recent years Asbestos Roof Solutions has worked closely with insurance companies and underwriters throughout Australia to provide asbestos  roof repair services to storm and hail damaged asbestos roofs.

Asbestos Roof Solutions can supply and install the Fibroseal TM asbestos encapsulation system to stabilise a hail damaged roof, this coupled with our methods of repairing punctured roof sheets, can provide a building owner or tenant with a cost-effective alternative to asbestos removal and roof replacement.

Asbestos Roof Solutions


By installing the Fibroseal Asbestos Roof Encapsulation System, to hail damaged roofs at your site you can:

– Quickly get your life and business back on track
– Reduce more serious and costly secondary damages
– Avoid costly downtime associated with roof replacement
– Extend the service life of the structure
– Maintain current insurance premium levels
– Comply with your duty of care requirements as dictated in NOHSC 2018 (2005)