Has anyone had a fixed wireless service installed on a house with no roof access (very low pitch) and asbestos cladding? I live in an area where fixed wireless is the ONLY option I have for the NBN. This necessitates the installation of an aerial/dish on the roof of my house and running cable down to where my phone socket currently lives. 2 Weeks ago the installer turns up 15 minutes into a 4 hour blackout. He can't do anything so I have no option but to re-schedule. Yesterday the installer turns up just as light showers begin to fall. "Sorry mate, no can do in this weather" He then asks me if the cladding contains asbestos and I tell him that it does and that I had informed the ISP when I first arranged for the install. He looks over his notes and says "nope, no mention of it in my notes. Even if it was a fine day I wouldn't be able to do the install due to the presence of the asbestos" So today I ring the provider to make sure that the installer (who is re-booked for 2 weeks from now) is aware that the cladding contains asbestos and that he is suitably prepared. They tell me that I should contact their provisioning team.... which I do. I'm informed that the note on my account states that "until the issue is removed, they cannot go ahead with the installation" I spend the next 30 minutes trying to explain to the drone what cladding and asbestos is and why "removing the issue" would entail removing all of the cladding (by a licensed asbestos removalist) and then re-cladding the house just so the installer can run some conduit down the side of the house. I ask the drone to put me through to her supervisor and after a couple minutes on hold she informs me that her supervisor is currently unavailable but would get back to me in the next day or 2. In summary, I have an installer coming Monday week. As far as I can tell, they wont be able to complete the install because I have asbestos in my cladding and no-one can tell my what can be done about it (other than "removing the issue") Honestly, If my tin can and string 1500/256 ADSL connection wasn't so flaky I'd put up with it until they switch it off in 2020.