Cladding Replacement

Have combustible cladding - you need Absafe!

Absafe Services - 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. 

Do you have combustible ACP (Aluminium Composite Panel) cladding? You need Absafe’s complete assess-and-replace program. Specialist cladding works services including:

RECLADDING SPECIALIST

Our inspections are tailored to our client’s specific requirements and can either be representative, targeted or comprehensive in nature. We methodically assess building components to identify possible defective/deteriorated conditions and investigate possible deterioration mechanisms to establish cause(s) and consequence(s) – thus permitting the development of practical repair and maintenance strategies formulated congruent with our client’s requirements.

HIGHLY EXPERIENCED

Our engineers are hands on, with extensive experience in the inspection, diagnostics, and remediation of ACP Cladding.

HIGHLY REGARDED

Our personal approach to our clients unique needs is backed by our engineering expertise and delivers certainty in our bespoke technical solutions.

HIGH ACCESS

Our engineers are ready and able to access structures that others cannot reach – providing accurate diagnostics and practical, hands-on solutions. Less time, better results.

DANGERS OF FLAMMABLE CLADDING

Combustible cladding in Melbourne has been proven to be a key factor in the rate and spread of flames that have contributed to the destruction of many multi-storey buildings. Such recent high-profile fires include the Lacrosse in Melbourne and Grenfell Tower in London.

Not only is combustible cladding more likely to spread flame quickly across large distances, but it also begins to warp and catch fire at a lower temperature than other types of cladding. It’s because of this that some jurisdictions have banned the use of it in future builds and are even calling for its removal from older buildings. While the presence of such cladding doesn’t necessarily indicate a fire hazard, the cladding is often used in certain areas that may not be identified. These can include around windows, on balconies, and as ornamental features.

Our Cladding Projects:

HAZELWOOD POWER STATION

Location:

Hazelwood, VIC

Structural Issues: Above top gantry gunnite shotcrete replacement of 140 metre chimney Delaminated and spalling concrete patches up to 44 square metre below top…

LOY YANG AGL POWER STATION

Location:

Loy Yang, VIC

Structural Issues: Included cracking to top ring of 120m cooling towers, spalling concrete and corroded structural support braces, expansion joints and external cladding. Scope…

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