Facade Repair

FACADE REPAIR

Remedial Building Services have been trusted to upgrade the external facades of some of New South Wales’ most prominent buildings, bringing iconic structures gracefully into the future by replacing drab and dated design elements with elegant, modern features.

We create a customised solution for each client based on budget and desired results. Upgrades can consist of a complete overhaul or a simple upgrade of select features, ranging from the purely aesthetic; such as replacing old iron balustrades with modern frameless glass, to upgrades that address both structural issues and building appearance, such as the installation of new weather rated windows.

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What you need to know about Fire safety upgrades

25 August 2021. By Jeff Anderson

The shifting sands of the Australian Building Code mean that what you may have known about fire safety in buildings a few years ago might be different today. In this piece we dissect fire safety and tell you what you need know.

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The importance of scheduled facilities management – Part 2: Industrial and Production Facilities

11 August 2021. By Goran

In the blog last week we covered off things to consider and look out for in buildings, so this week, we thought we would deviate slightly and look at the role of a facilities manager with particular emphasis on flooring maintenance, and the role flooring plays in the industrial sector.

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The importance of scheduled Facilities Management – Part 1 Commercial and Residential

2 August 2021. By Chris Jakovljevic

Make the time – or allocate someone else to – to undertake routine checks and plan for regular maintenance. This allows you to identify issues sooner and in doing so, mitigate ongoing costs, problems and inconveniences which would otherwise affect the building and the occupants of it.