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Concrete Cancer Repairs

Concrete Cancer Repairs is our specialty. Our Concrete Cancer Repair specialist team will come to your property free of charge.

First, we will inspect your concrete slab to identify any possible Concrete Cancer Repairs that are required. Then we will offer a free, no-obligation quote to repair your concrete slab of all Concrete Cancer Repair issues identified.

Removing the Concrete Cancer also known as Concrete Spalling completely, allows you to have a fresh concrete slab that is safe and ready for re-installation of any flooring system. Our team of Concrete Cancer Repair specialists is fully qualified, licensed, insured & trusted throughout Australia.

It’s extremely important to ensure all Concrete Cancer has been repaired prior to installing a new flooring system or coatings and for general building safety. Continue to read below for more information on Concrete Cancer and why the repairs are crucial.

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Dust-Free Concrete Grinding (Will The Job Be 100% Dust-Free?)

No, The Job Will Not Be 100% Dust-Free. BUT!

How Do We Achieve A Almost 90% Dust-Free Concrete Grinding Experience For Our Clients Free Of Charge?

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With the use of our high powered Satellite 480 G3 Concrete Grinder that is connected directly into a high powered DustMaster DM-2680-M Dust Extractor.

When we are concrete grinding substantial dust is produced from grinding the concrete and any residues off the slab. This dust is still MASSIVELY REDUCED by the use of our high powered commercial dust extractors that are plugged directly into our equipment.

But unfortunately, small amounts of dust are still produced and cannot be completely eliminated even with the most expensive high-end equipment and the latest technology. It should also be noted that certain equipment such as concrete grinders NEED small amounts of dust to function correctly. (Although over 90% of the dust is still sucked up by a 3 engine dust extractor that is plugged directly into the concrete grinder) but around 10% of the dust still escapes.

This system is intentionally designed to let 10% of the dust escape as the concrete grinder needs dust under the diamonds (the blades that are grinding your slab) to grind the concrete without damaging your slab or our equipment.

If you are concerned about the small amounts of dust that may possibly get into areas that we are not working in such as the kitchens, bathrooms, cabinets, etc. we would advise that you seal off those areas that we are not working in with plastic and sticky tape before our team arrives to avoid delays.

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Dustmaster® series dust extractors have been specially designed to handle demands of the concrete grinding industry which has high loading fine dust.

This is the H-Class (or often referred to as HEPA) Dust extractor that is certified to handle hazardous dust. These amazing dust collectors have been certified to capture up to 99.99% of the dust.

Dust extraction in our industry is often more important than the actual grinding itself. Without it, we could breathe the fine dust which could be detrimental to our health.

– Featuring dual 10A motors, maximum performance is ensured. The longopac bagging system makes handling and disposal of hazardous dust much easier.

– Performance is maintained by the rotary filter cleaning mechanism which automatically cleans the filter during operation.

– This machine has a single durable toggle switch for each motor.

– A deep clean is achieved while running whilst the motor is turned off. The rotary filter cleaning can be turned off when the DustMaster is not in use, using the rotary switch on the front panel.

H-Class (H13) dust extractors must pass the 0.3µm DOP test that certifies they capture no less than 99.99% of the dust.

– The rotary filter cleaning system is very effective and takes only 10-20 seconds to deep clean the filter. You may never have to remove the filter to clean it again, keeping your job and your hand’s cleaner!

– You won’t find a better piece of equipment to handle your job, this is the most high-end piece of equipment that we can use for your job. The next level up would require a 15A power supply which would require you to supply us a generator on-site as residential power only has 10A.

How Do I Organize A Free Concrete Spalling Site Inspection?

Have you found Concrete Cancer / Concrete Spalling in your property?

Do you need our team to take care of it for you?

At Concrete Spalling Sydney we offer a free price beat guarantee, no-obligation quote to repair your concrete slab of all Concrete Spalling issues identified. Removing the Concrete Spalling completely!

Simply contact us on 0424 408 330

How Much Does It Cost To Repair Concrete Cancer?

Approx $130 / Per Litre

Concrete Cancer Repair approximately costs $130 / Per Litre. Although prices do vary a lot, so please use this only as a general guide.

What Is Concrete Cancer?

Concrete Spalling, cracked or damaged concrete is much more than just an eyesore. Left untreated, compromised concrete can quickly lead to serious structural problems requiring extensive remediation.

Concrete Spalling occurs when carbonation and high chloride levels in the environment (usually present in coastal locations) causes corrosion of concrete buildings.  If it’s left untreated Concrete Spalling can lead to serious structural deterioration resulting in extensive and expensive repairs.

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The expert Concrete Spalling Repair and waterproofing solutions from our team are an efficient and cost-efficient way of addressing all types of concrete damage including Concrete Cancer, Concrete Spalling, water, water damage, and concrete cracks.

Concrete Spalling is a term used to describe the degradation of concrete structures often caused by interstitial contaminants in the concrete constituents, moisture ingress and the alkali-silica reaction.

Chloride contaminated constituents can find their way into concrete structures if sourced from a chloride-rich environment such as a coastal region. Chloride ingress can also be attributed to the structure’s surrounding environment, which is a particularly important issue in Australia.

The presence of free chloride ions in a reinforced concrete structure causes depassivation of the steel reinforcement bars, allowing them to corrode. As the steel corrodes inside the structure, the reinforcement bars expand, inducing stress on the surrounding concrete leading to Concrete Spalling.

Once initial cracks form in the Concrete Spalling processes, further degradation is accelerated as there is greater exposure to moisture ingress.

In the alkali-silica reaction, certain concrete constituents in the aggregate react with the alkali to form alkali-silica. This highly hygroscopic compound imbibes moisture from surrounding pores in the concrete structure.

This has the effect of creating a localised expansion in the alkali-silica rich sites resulting in high internal localised stresses. When the concrete has become damaged by the alkali-silica reaction it can produce a characteristic cracking pattern on the surface with white alkali-silica gel emanating from this network of cracks.

The word Spall in engineering describes the chips or fragments of a material that is broken off a bigger object. The process of Spalling Of Concrete also known as spallation is the surface failure that occurs when a material such as concrete, brick, or limestone is subjected to excess moisture, corrosion, weathering, and much more. Concrete spalling commonly known as (Concrete Cancer) is an eye-sore and has the potential to be an extreme hazard.

What Causes Concrete Spalling?

Spalling Of Concrete (also known as Concrete Cancer or Concrete Spalling) is aggressive rusting of steel reinforcement beams in the concrete slab
which can be incredibly dangerous to the strength of the structure and flooring.

Spalling Of Concrete will start to damage the concrete and steel reinforcing beams in the concrete slab.

Concrete Spalling Sydney offers a free inspection of the concrete slab to inspect for any Spalling Of Concrete. Which should always be done before installing a new floor topping, especially if you have recently removed a Magnesite Flooring.

Firstly, Spalling Of Concrete is not attractive and makes a structure look uncared for. More seriously, if the structure is in an area accessed by the public, or by workers, then Spalling Of Concrete can be hazardous in terms of falling debris or trip hazards.

If left unchecked then Spalling Of Concrete will tend to accelerate and spread so that, eventually, the structure could become unstable. Diligent maintenance is therefore of great importance and legislation places a duty of care on owners to ensure that structures are not hazardous to users.

There are also serious commercial considerations. If a structure is left to deteriorate then the value of the asset will diminish and, furthermore, maintenance costs will tend to increase as corrosion and Spalling Of Concrete becomes more widespread. For some structures, such as car parks, customers will stay away if the environment is unattractive and potentially hazardous.

Spalling Of Concrete – especially on the outside of a building – not only looks terrible, but it is potentially dangerous too. Over time, and with increased exposure to the elements, untreated pieces of concrete may fall from your structure. The risk is it falling and damaging property, or even worse, hitting a person walking below.

There are a number of reasons your building may have Spalling Of Concrete.

Spalling Of Concrete usually occurs for one of three reasons, or sometimes a combination of these reasons. Salt, particularly the sodium chloride that’s used on frozen roads in many northern states, can result in oxidation or rusting of reinforcing steel when it’s repeatedly introduced to a surface or building.

But Spalling Of Concrete is more likely to occur due to the curing process or the way the concrete hardened. Carbon dioxide in the air and alkalis in the concrete mix can also interact and force cracking that admits water.

Common reasons that your building may have Spalling Of Concrete include:

  1. A poorly poured substrate which has allowed moisture to seep into it through cracks and voids
  2. Inadequate preparation of the reinforcing steel when the original concrete was poured
  3. The ends of the reinforcing beams are too close to the surface. In heavy rains, water may seep through causing lime and other chemicals in the steel to oxidise
  4. Incompatible metals being used in close proximity to each other, thus causing a reaction which allows water into the slab
  5. Stress fractures from bearing weight or general wear-and-tear allow water to penetrate the concrete and react with the steel
  6. Corrosion of embedded reinforcing steel, because the corrosion products (rust) occupy more volume than the original steel, and the resultant pressure spalls the concrete.
  7. Fire exposure due to which free water in the concrete changes to stem and create internal expansive pressure in concrete, consequently spall off the concrete.
  8. Freeze and thaw cycling
  9. Expansive effects of Alkali-Silica Reaction
  10. Inadequate depth of cover over reinforcement
  11. Low quality concrete cover over reinforcing steel
  12. Joint spalls are often caused by improperly constructed joints lead to joint spalling
  13. Bond failure in two-course construction due to Differences in shrinkage between topping and base courses, drying of the bonding grout before the topping concrete is placed, etc

What Causes Concrete Spalling

Spalling Of Concrete breaks away pieces of the concrete surface which often extends to the top layers of reinforcing steel. Spalls may be 150 mm or more in diameter and 25mm or more in-depth, and the occurrence of smaller spalls also possible.

Spalling Of Concrete affects a broad variety of structures including framed buildings, multi-story car parks, bridges, jetties, unit blocks, etc.

Spalling Of Concrete leaves the concrete surface patchy and pitted while exposing aggregate underneath. As soon as Spalling Of Concrete is spotted, it should be properly repaired otherwise it compromises concrete surface integrity and jeopardizes the ultimate capacity of the member. Added to that, Spalling Of Concrete could distort the aesthetic appearance of the structure.

Spalling Of Concrete that occurs in a concrete driveway or sidewalk typically happens because the weather changed during the hardening process or something else occurred to prevent the concrete from finishing its curing. Contractors might make the mistake of adding too much water, but frankly, most don’t make mixing errors. Tearing out the driveway isn’t always necessary to fix Spalling Of Concrete. Sometimes the top layer can be removed and a new layer poured in its place.

What Does Concrete Spalling Look Like?

Spall In Concrete looks like flakes of material that are broken off of a larger solid body. A Spall In Concrete typically begins when the steel reinforcing embedded within the concrete member rusts. A Spall In Concrete can be as simple as your concrete starting to flake or chip away, or large chunks starting to fall off which reveal the steel reinforcing beams. There are a lot of things to look out for when buying a new property especially close to the ocean if you want to check for a Spall In Concrete you should look for any patchwork that has been done to the concrete slab, driveway, foundation, walls, rooffootpathsetc.

Here are a few examples of a Spall In Concrete in Sydney from job sites that we have attended:

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How Do You Repair Concrete Cancer?

Step 1: Free Quote: Our team performs an on-site inspection and provides a free quote for the Concrete Cancer Repairs.

Step 2: Site Inspection: We will examine the site and identify what’s causing Concrete Cancer, where it’s located, and how we can repair it.

Step 3: How The Process Starts: Our team will break off any affected concrete and steel.

Step 4: Cut and Clean: We will perform a precise cut and clean up any edges where the affected concrete has been broken off.

Step 5: Rust: We will then grind back any reinforcing steel beams to remove any rusted steel if required.

Step 5: Cleaning: We will clean all surrounding concrete and steel to ensure that the primers and rust inhibitors bond correctly.

Step 6: Installation: Installation of primers and rust inhibitors after cleaning has been finished. We treat the steel with anti-corrosive membranes.

Step 7: Repairs: Add new steel if required, then pour new concrete.

Step 8: Coating: Coat concrete with a waterproof sealant to prevent future issues.

Will I Need Your Concrete Grinding Services?

Yes, you will require concrete grinding because its necessary to grind back any existing concrete spalling to allow fresh concrete to be laid.

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What Equipment Does Our Team Use?

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Do I Need To Hire A Skip Bin?

No, Other concrete spalling contractors and concrete spalling repair companies regardless of job size will make you hire a skip bin which will cost a huge amount ($375 – $1,000+). Which will have to sit in your front yard for days, weeks and sometimes even months while you deal with the annoyance of organising it and the large cost of the whole process.

Here at concrete spalling Sydney, we come in, dealing with the whole concrete spalling process, as well as grind down any concrete that needs grinding, than our team will sweep and vacuum your property to clean up any dust!

Then once we are finished, we will also take all the waste to a local resource management centre for you (Recycling whenever possible) which will be far cheaper than you having to hire a skip bin and dealing with the frustration of that whole process! (On average our clients save 60% on disposal of waste charges)

Do I Need To Turn Off My Air-con & Fire Alarms?

Yes, While we are grinding your concrete and removing your concrete with jackhammers, although we do try to keep the dust to an absolute minimum through various methods such as dust extraction units or wet grinding. Dust still may occur, so it is important that you turn off air conditioning units and isolate, switch off and cover your fire alarms as dust will set them off.

Can You Work Over Night? Are There Any Additional Charges?

Yes, our team can work Any Day, Anytime, 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week, 365 Days Of The Year at any time that suits our clients.

If you have time restrictions, noise restrictions or any other restriction or deadlines we can make sure that we can fit into your schedule to make sure that your job is completed in the time frame needed while still maintaining the highest quality of work standards at any time that you desire with NO additional charges!

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So Why Choose Our Team At Concrete Spalling Sydney For Your Project?

Every year here at Concrete Spalling Sydney our team repairs hundreds of concrete slabs. So as you can imagine they run into every issue you can imagine. As the concrete slabs they encounter are all installed poured different ways.

So as you can imagine our team is quite experienced in the services we offer and know how to handle any issue that we may come across on any concrete spalling project. Giving our customers the peace of mind knowing that they have a highly experienced team doing their job.

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How To Repair Concrete Cancer

Step 1: Free Quote: Our team performs an on-site inspection and provides a free quote for the Concrete Cancer Repairs.

Step 2: Site Inspection: We will examine the site and identify what’s causing Concrete Cancer, where it’s located, and how we can repair it.

Step 3: How The Process Starts: Our team will break off any affected concrete and steel.

Step 4: Cut and Clean: We will perform a precise cut and clean up any edges where the affected concrete has been broken off.

Step 5: Rust: We will then grind back any reinforcing steel beams to remove any rusted steel if required.

Step 5: Cleaning: We will clean all surrounding concrete and steel to ensure that the primers and rust inhibitors bond correctly

Step 6: Installation: Installation of primers and rust inhibitors after cleaning has been finished. We treat the steel with anti-corrosive membranes.

Step 7: Repairs: Add new steel if required, then pour new concrete.

Step 8: Coating: Coat concrete with a waterproof sealant to prevent future issues.

Concrete Cancer Repairs Sydney

We undertake a professional investigation with our highly skilled team to identify the source of the problem that is causing Concrete Cancer and Concrete Spalling damage throughout your property. Identifying the source is vital in reducing the probability of further ongoing Concrete Spalling. Once the nature of, or cause of, the source is identified, we determine the best possible solution for our clients to repair the Concrete Cancer damage.

– We are a fully insured business with worker’s compensation, insured for public liability and all employees have white card health and safety and covid vaccinations.

– Our highly trained staff will always work in a safe and efficient manner while using high-quality Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Dust Extraction Equipment.

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Concrete Cancer Repair Cost

Approx $130 / Per Litre

Concrete Cancer Repair Costs Approximately $130 / Per Litre. Although prices do vary a lot, so please use this only as a general guide.

To obtain a free quote from Sydney’s #1 Concrete Cancer Repairs team simply call 0424 408 330.

10 Possible Signs Of Concrete Cancer

1) Rust: Rust marks will appear and is a sign of Concrete Cancer.

2) Worn Surfaces: Unprotected, porous surfaces lead to water absorption and Concrete Cancer.

3) Cracked / Fractured Concrete: Cracks provide water access to the steel reinforcement instigating Concrete Cancer and fracturing the concrete enabling further water penetration.

4) Moisture Stains and Ponding: Inadequate drainage causes water to settle into concrete leading to Concrete Cancer. When water comes into contact with steel reinforcement, the steel rusts.

5) Failing Control and Expansion Joints: Joints that do not facilitate concrete movement can lead to concrete fracturing and Concrete Cancer.

6) inadequate Concrete Cover: Steel reinforcement too close to the surface makes it easier for water absorption resulting in Concrete Cancer.

7) Rusted Balustrade Fixings: Rust spreads to the embedded concrete starting the Concrete Cancer process.

8) Bubbling Paint: Paint that appears to be bubbling i.e. on soffits, often means Concrete Cancer is present.

9) Hollow Surfaces: Concrete surfaces that seem hollow usually have Concrete Cancer.

10) Exposed Steel Reinforcement: Concrete Cancer causes concrete to break away exposing the steel reinforcement.

Concrete Cancer Caused By Magnesite Flooring

Magnesite Concrete Cancer

When Magnesite Flooring is exposed to moisture over prolonged periods of time, chloride ions from the Magnesite Flooring diffuse into the pores of the underlying concrete slab eventually reaching the reinforcing steel.

As chloride levels in the slab reach the chloride threshold, corrosion of the steel reinforcement will begin to take place, the longer the exposure time to the moisture source, the more aggressive the corrosion of the steel reinforcement. Corrosion of this nature results in the pitting of the steel reinforcement where it loses its cross-sectional area and strength.

Iron oxide deposits also occur, causing expansive forces within the concrete. These forces cause cracking and Spalling Of Concrete around the corroding steel, a common name for this type of Concrete Spalling is Concrete Cancer.

Signs of Concrete Spalling were noted throughout various units in manly when Carpet Removal Sydney was on a commercial job site doing a strata Magnesite Flooring job. Concrete Cancer had been caused by water leaking from various sources, saturating the Magnesite Flooring for prolonged periods of time.

Magnesite Flooring can be removed with specialized equipment by our Magnesite Flooring removal specialist team. leaving the concrete slab in a condition that is ready to have new flooring installed on.

Although sometimes some Magnesite Flooring jobs will have Magnesite residue stuck to the floor even after the Magnesite Flooring has been jackhammered off. When this happens the remaining residue will need to be ground off using specialized equipment to restore your concrete slab back to a level, smooth state allowing a new flooring system to be installed or to allow the fresh concrete slab to be used as your new floor.

Concrete Cancer is often caused by Magnesite Flooring, Our team are Australia’s leading experts in the removal of Magnesite Flooring. Magnesite Flooring should always be removed for your safety as it can contain asbestos and often causes Concrete Cancer.
To get a free quote to have your Magnesite Flooring removed view our Magnesite Flooring Removal page here!

What Is Concrete Cancer?

Concrete Cancer is the term given to the process where rusting structural steel begins to rust and in doing so expands, creating stresses and fractures in the surrounding concrete. Because concrete is porous, it can absorb water and salt air very easily, which corrodes the steel inside.

This process is ongoing if not addressed according to structural engineer specifications. If left to develop, the fracturing concrete allows further areas of moisture penetration in turn leading to the development of larger and more numerous areas of Concrete Cancer.

This process is ongoing if the rusting steel is not correctly addressed and the surfaces are left with no waterproof coating. In time, initial small areas of Concrete Cancer become larger and more expensive to repair. In our experience this equates to growth in the damage of approximately 5% per year, directly impacting repair costs.

Concrete Cancer, cracked or damaged concrete is much more than just an eyesore. Left untreated, compromised concrete can quickly lead to serious structural problems requiring extensive remediation.

Concrete Cancer occurs when carbonation and high chloride levels in the environment (usually present in coastal locations) cause corrosion of concrete buildings. If it’s left untreated Concrete Cancer can lead to serious structural deterioration resulting in extensive and expensive repairs.

The expert Concrete Spalling Repair and waterproofing solutions from our team are an efficient and cost-efficient way of addressing Concrete Cancer and concrete cracks.

Concrete Cancer is a term used to describe the degradation of concrete structures often caused by interstitial contaminants in the concrete constituents, moisture ingress, and the alkali-silica reaction.

Chloride-contaminated constituents can find their way into concrete structures if sourced from a chloride-rich environment such as a coastal region. Chloride ingress can also be attributed to the structure’s surrounding environment, which is a particularly important issue in Australia.

The presence of free chloride ions in a reinforced concrete structure causes de-passivation of the steel reinforcement bars, allowing them to corrode. As the steel corrodes inside the structure, the reinforcement bars expand, inducing stress on the surrounding concrete and leading to Concrete Cancer.

Once initial cracks form in the Concrete Cancer processes, further degradation is accelerated as there is greater exposure to moisture ingress.

In the alkali-silica reaction, certain concrete constituents in the aggregate react with the alkali to form alkali-silica. This highly hygroscopic compound imbibes moisture from surrounding pores in the concrete structure.

This has the effect of creating a localised expansion in the alkali-silica-rich sites resulting in high internal localised stresses. When the concrete has become damaged by the alkali-silica reaction it can produce a characteristic cracking pattern on the surface with white alkali-silica gel emanating from this network of cracks.

The word Spall in engineering describes the chips or fragments of a material that is broken off a bigger object. The process of Spalling Of Concrete also known as spallation is the surface failure that occurs when a material such as concrete, brick, or limestone is subjected to excess moisture, corrosion, weathering, and much more. Concrete Spalling commonly known as (Concrete Cancer) is an eyesore and has the potential to be an extreme hazard.

What Is The Cause Of Concrete Cancer?

What Is The Cause Of Concrete Cancer? The large, glaringly obvious reason for Concrete Cancer is moisture in the concrete. Here are some more causes to be aware of for your concrete building or structure:

– Poor waterproofing that allows moisture into the concrete
– Salt air and chlorides if your building or structure is near the ocean or near a river
– Building defects can rapidly excel the growth of Concrete Cancer
– Humid or rainy weather and general wear and tear 

– Poor quality concrete
– The earth foundation it is built on shifts and moves, promoting cracks
– Flooring systems such as Magnesite Flooring can cause Concrete Cancer.

Our Promise To You

We specialise in delivering Concrete Cancer Repair solutions to the residential, commercial, industrial and civil sectors throughout Sydney. No job is too big or too small. We’ve built our reputation based on quality workmanship, efficient service, and value for money.

We offer some the best prices in Sydney on all Concrete Cancer & Concrete Spalling jobs while maintaining a professional, fast and efficient service for all our clients.

We will repair your concrete slab to make sure that it is safe and ready for the re-installation of a new flooring system, Our team has over 35 years of experience combined with the most skilled and also the most professional Concrete Cancer team that Sydney has to offer.

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These are two of the many reasons that we are known for and often referred to as the best Concrete Cancer assessment team in Sydney, our concrete teams are trained, certified and insured to work on residential properties, large commercial projects and construction sites.

Hire our specialist team with over 35 years of experience and all the trucks and heavy power tools needed to get the job done quickly, efficiently and affordable.

We’re looking forward to extending to you the same quality results that we’ve become known for throughout the industry.

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“Thanks again for your help guys, I really appreciate you coming so far to do such a small job”

Cary Watson, Tenant of a rental property
Carpet Removal Sydney (Testimonial #6)

“I had absolutely no idea what to do when we had a pipe burst in our property, but thankfully Carpet Removal Sydney had a 24-hour emergency assistance team that did an absolutely amazing job with the removal of the carpet that had been completely soaked, called them up at 2 am on a Tuesday and they were here within 30minutes. Couldn’t be happier with their services!”

Sarah Hadley, Sydney Resident
Carpet Removal Sydney (Testimonial #11)
“Very impressed with your team members high quality work. You all arrived on time, you did an amazing job finish the removal process and installation process without damaging anything. (My last two experiences with carpet layers from carpet court they both damaged the skirting boards and a piece of furniture) So thanks for giving me faith again that a job can be completed without my property being damaged. And thanks to your team for helping me in such short notice due to my unit having flood damage! Really appreciate everything that you did for me!”
Sasha Smith, Northern Beaches Resident
Carpet Removal Sydney (Testimonial #14)
“Thanks again boys! really happy with how my shop looks now! i knew ripping out the carpet was the best option, definitely looks a lot better with a clean smooth slab so that i could install a nice hardwood floor”
Paul Grannit, Local Business Owner
Carpet Removal Sydney (Testimonial #5)

“Was completely gobsmacked at the quotes that I got from 3 other company’s on the northern beaches and how outrageously high they were just to remove the carpet in a shop I had recently purchased. So it was such a relief when my friend recommended I try out Carpet Removal Sydney and I ended up saving over $3,000, Thanks again!”

Olivia Miller, Commercial Shop Owner

Carpet Removal Sydney Review

Carpet Removal Sydney
Excellent
4.9
Based on 197 reviews
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