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SERVICE OVERVIEW

Balcony renovations

With many years or wear and tear and harsh weather, quite a few of Queensland’s Front balconies have become damaged and quite unsafe. We can assist if this is the case for you.

Many options and designs are available for your balcony floors, stairs, ceilings and handrails. All Fixings and housings are designed to be rot and corrosion proof.

A popular choice is to replace old Corroded posts with architectural hardwood posts.

Asbestos removal by specialists may be required for the ceilings.

PLAN AND DETAILS

The Project starts by first assessing the safety of your Balcony. Rot can set into Handrails, Stairs and Floor Joists.  We will also assess if your balcony ceiling has any asbestos so that a proper team can be called out to remove it if the project requires.

Once all demolition has been done safely, we will begin construction.

A light Balcony renovation can take from 10 – 15 days to complete depending on the works required.

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WHY CHOOSE US

Because we tackle projects like Balcony Renovations with Safety in Mind. Most Balconies only need cosmetic renovations like Handrails and Decking to be replaced so do not be under the suspicion that it will cost you a fortune.

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  • Proper Assesment
  • Safety in Mind
  • Quality and Value
  • Priority to your Project
  • On Time and on Budget
  • Real Focus on Customer Satisfaction

POPULAR QUESTIONS

  • What Balustrade design can I have?

    That is totally up to you. We can advise you on designs or you can browse the internet for ideas and we can quote you on a design. For Further Details, you can Visit Handrails and Balustrading for more information.

  • What is the timeline for the project?

    Light cosmetic work can take 5-7 days. But if heavy structural work is required, (Post or Ceiling replacement) then it can take up to 7 – 10 days. Every Balcony is different and we will assess what needs to be done and let you know in Detail.

  • Will I need to notify Council?

    If you are doing light cosmetic work ( Balusters, Ceilings, Floors, Repairs etc) then generally no. If you start going bigger than what your original house plan shows, then YES you will need to go through the legal building process. The one thing you should do though, is to inform your neighbors that construction work will be taking place.

  • Can we use the Balcony whilst construction is taking place?

    Surprisingly,  we get asked this question a lot. Generally no, once we start the construction process, we will close off all access points.

We will contact you within one business day.

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