Cladding Replacement

Is high-risk cladding causing you concern?

High-risk cladding products pose a serious risk of combustion. Under standards outlined by the Australian Building Codes Board, all buildings that are two-storeys or over are now required to replace all non-compliant external wall cladding. This is to prevent fires and ensure the welfare and safety of building occupants and the public.

ADDRESSING NON-COMPLIANT FIRE PANELLING

Remedial’s 50 years’ of experience in building rectification coupled with our focus on fire protection and upgrade means we can work with you to identify risks and recommend the most appropriate solutions.

Whether you need to replace combustible cladding or to update your facade, we can help with:

WE'RE HERE TO HELP

To discuss any concerns about your building and what could be non-compliant fire panelling, contact us for more information and to arrange a quote.

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