Move a large number of people into an old industrial warehouse in the middle of an Australian summer and you have a heat problem.
Add to the equation a warehouse with an asbestos roof and you have a health issue.
Caringbah Baptist Church, one of a growing number of churches taking to the industrial estates where they have room to grow, turned to acknowledged asbestos encapsulation experts, Sydney based company, Solar Cool, to solve their problem.
Solar Cool employs the government award-winning Insultec Asbestoseal System, a proven cost effective method providing exceptional results in asbestos encapsulation.
This highly durable form of asbestos encapsulation soaks into the asbestos sheeting of commercial roofing and walls, binding and rendering harmless the tiny, yet lethal, asbestos fibres.
To resolve the issue of extensive interior heat build up Solar Cool finished the asbestos encapsulation process by applying Insultec heat reflective membrane, effectively reducing the soaring internal temperatures and enhancing the cost-effective results.
Insultec solar paint is an Australian invention that has established its name around the world with over six million litres applied in some of the hot global regions.
Hundreds of commercial and industrial businesses across Australia are drawing upon this unique heat reflective asbestos encapsulation technology supplied by Solar Cool.
In the event that removal is required, Solar Cool also ensures that the asbestos sheeting removed is handled only by licensed professionals.