How to Demolish Brick Safely | Melbourne Cracked Wall Repair | Home Renovations

When working with unstable structures – ones that are typically affected by water ingress over many years – you need to call on a contractor that engineers solutions for structural repair and home renovation.

melbournebrickrepair.com has many years in providing solutions that work. We work with many clients that are eager to not only fix their family homes or investment properties but want to be assured that the work is being carried out safely in a method which minimises risk.


 

When propping roof structures, all assurances need to be provided, as appreciated by our many clients whom benefit first-hand from our safe brick demolition and reinstatement methods. We are vigilant in providing a safe working environment for, not only our staff , but also for your family and neighbours. We work with you to provide the best solutions that are supported by our qualified structural design team.

For structural assessment and remediation of your masonry (clay brick), concrete, and stone houses and buildings, contact melbournebrickrepair.com.

 

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We restore Melbourne’s Favorite Heritage Buildings – GPO Melbourne

Whilst being involved with a major Melbourne Heritage Building Company, G.H. Veitch Stonemasons assisted with the facade restoration carried out in 2012 on the fantastic French-provinical-styled GPO in Melbourne CBD.

Let us carve your new external facade architectural stone features in Sandstone,  Bluestone or Limestone

Are tree roots damaging your property? Let us handle it for you…

If you have tree roots affecting your brick driveway, retaining wall or your actual house structure, call on us to handle the whole issue for you.

We can contact your neighbour or council, or whomever we need, to get you results. We also find that as we act on your behalf, this saves any grief generated by the issue as it is handled by an independent 3rd party.

This also applies to any water damage – greywater (stormwater) and blackwater (sewage) – and inundated structures…