Through theCOVID-19epidemic, our employees will continue to work in a safe and healthy environment that includesproper sanitation, hand washing, proper use of facemasks and PPE when appropriate as well as social distancing practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as those mandated by Health Department Order from the NSW Government.
COVID-19: We are still OPEN and are considered an “essential business”
Carpet Removal Sydney jobs under $1,100 will face a “minimum job charge fee” of $1,000
Concrete grinding jobs will face a “minimum job charge fee” of $500 – $2,400+
Why do our jobs have a “minimum job charge fee”? Throughout this blog post, we go in detail why we have minimum job charges.
A minimum job charge is a minimum amount you will bill the customer, applicable when a job is so small that charging per-square metre doesn’t make up for the time spent on the job and administrative overheads of the business.
If you “skip” the process of “floor preparation” by not doing Concrete Grinding companies have the right to NOT give you any warranty on the installation of their flooring system that they have installed. So if it fails within 7 days, it’s YOUR issue and not there’s and you will NOT get a refund/free repair/replacement or anything like that.
So you could end up wasting tens of thousands of dollars purchasing and installing your new flooring system, only to have it fail within a short period of time because you chose to skip the Concrete Grinding or floor levelling (also known as floor preparation) process. THIS is why “floor preparation” is so important.
In our workplace, we hang a “Silica Dust Warning Sign” to let our clients know that it is not safe to enter this working area while we are Concrete Grinding without wearing the appropriatePPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
Silica dust is harmful when inhaled into your lungs. As it is 100 times smaller than a grain of sand, you can be breathing it in without knowing.
Breathing in silica dust can also cause other serious diseases, such as:
That particular law doesn’t specifically require you to seek permission to install the flooring system however if, after the installation, it’s found that any noise transmitting from your lot (due to the new flooring system), disturbs your neighbours.
You may be required (by an NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal order) to remove or cover the new flooring system to stop the noise affecting others living in your Strata Scheme.
Please view our list of “Recommended” Brands and Stores that we recommend to our clients if they would like to purchase equipment and other items. They have proven themselves over years again and again. That they are at the top of their class and in their field of producing products and machinery.We often buy products from all of these stores, shops, and brands and are proudly recommending them!
If you have any questions regarding any of the items listed on our website, feel free to reach out directly to me (The Owner of CRS), or directly to the manufactures of the products.
So, its time for you to beginRemoving Magnesitein your home, but you have no idea where to start? and you have only just heard about this material? if you don’t know how to start the process, then you have come to the right place!
Sometimes without realizing that40– 100yearshave gone past since your property has had its Magnesite inspected for potential damage that its causing to your concrete subfloor and the units structure.
Sooner or later, you have to decide when it’s time for your tiles to be replaced.
Unfortunately, tiles are fragile, it can simply take just the drop of a plate to smash or chip a tile, after years of accidents, maybe it’s time to think about ripping up your 20-year-old tiles and replacing them with a new flooring system?
So is it time to replace your tiles? and I’m sure you are wondering, what is the cost of doing this?
We’ll explain every cost involved in the process in this article so that there are no surprises!
So What Is Magnesite? And Why Does It Need To Be Removed?
Magnesite Is A Old Floor Levelling Material Used From The 1920s To The 1980s
Unfortunately, They Did Not Know How Badly It Would Effect Your Concrete Slab Over The Decades It was Laid Down Under Your Flooring Systems, Causing Major Damage To Your Concrete Slab, Which Is Known As “Concrete Cancer”
Magnesite May Also Contain Asbestos! So You Must Have It Tested For Asbestos Before Removal!