If it's a small leak or a significant defect our repair team are equipped to repair. We have repaired everything from leaky windows to concrete cancer and to crumbling chimneys!
We have 25 years of high access experience employing proven industry techniques to access hard to reach places.
We are fully insured, and reliable. When you hand us a project you can expect that permits, plant hire, traffic management and public protection will be included when needed.
Safety is our first priority!
Binks & Associates - Body corporate services
Building Name: 310 Flinders Lane Melbourne
Issue: Concrete Canter at 5th Storey Window & Rusted Downpipe
Completed: Nov 2012
310 Flinders Lane Melbourne
The project at 310 Flinders Lane Melbourne was to replace a concrete window lintel on the 5th floor that had fallen to the pavement below due to concrete cancer.
Accessed by using 60ft boom lift the loose concrete was safely removed, the rusted steel was treated, and replaced as needed, then a layer of technical grout was used to restore the lintel to original shape. After a coat of paint the lintel was as new!
While on the job we replaced a rusted downpipe with a specially fabricated new copper one.
Building Name: TAC Geelong
Issue: Building Leaks
Completed: Feb 2012
The TAC building in Geelong had 2 major leaks that could not be solved by other contractors. After some investigation the following problems were discovered:
- A drain at the bottom of a window frame was blocked causing water to flow inside
- There was a 3m long hairline crack in the sealed concrete below some paving that was allowing water to come into the building
Both of the fixes required access via abseil. Resourcity fixed both problems and there has been no report of water problems since!
AKM - Owners Corporation
Building Name: AKM Apartments - Richmond
Issue: Steel chimney band had broken
Completed: Aug 2012
AKM Apartments - Richmond
At AKM Apartments one of the steel bands around the chimney had rusted through and broken – sending pieces of brick to land on the apartments below, fortunately the band was caught in its fall… We had the job of safely removing this dangerous steel band.
We made the chimney safe by installing a layer of netting around the band, then cut it out manageable in pieces and safely lowered them to ground individually, all this was done via abseil.