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Insight to Remedial: Understanding what we do

21 September 2021. By The Remedial Management Team

it’s true – we have been around for over 50 years! But, in this time we believe Remedial has become the pre-prominent NSW-based provider of specialist building rectification services encompassing structural repair, Home Owners Warranty claim repairs, fire compliance orders, Fire rating, and commercial flooring services. Learn why.

Flashing Failures - Building Maintenance - Remedial Building Services
Water leaks are not always from faulty membrane

19 January 2021. By Simon

Based on statistics, 80 percent of building defects are attributed to water leaks and consequential damages yet water proofing only accounts for just 1 percent of the building costs. In this blog we discuss what you need to know about the role flashings play in waterproofing a building

Building - Structural Repair - Remedial Building Services
Building upgrade using Cladding

14 December 2020. By Hamish Anderson

In recent years building cladding has been a dirty word, but as we discuss, using cladding on your building could make a huge difference to your bills and to your resale value.

Remedial Team Break And Remove Old Concrete - Structural Repairs - Remedial Building Services
The many ways Remedial can help with BCA compliance

6 November 2020. By Jeff Anderson

As a specialist repair company much of the work we offer spans multiple components of the BCA. So we thought we would give you a quick snapshot into the areas you can call on our team to help

Understanding why Cladding is Defective - Cladding Replacement - Remedial Building Services
Covering up a potential Fire Hazard

12 November 2018. By Jeff Anderson

As evidenced by high-profile fires in the last three years at Grenfell Tower (London), Lacrosse Docklands (Melbourne) and the Torch Tower (Dubai), non-compliant fire panels – the type which have been used extensively in Australia and around the world – represent a major fire hazard which can lead to multiple deaths when a fire does start within the building.