Using our, remedial wall ties nothing gets knocked down or dismantled. Ever.
When fixing leaning, bowing or bulging walls, we never knock down, dismantle, buttress or reconstruct anything. These obsolete techniques break the bank and can even evict you from your own home for months. We offer better solutions.
We utilise the latest technology and the most modern, progressive techniques around. Using our remedial wall ties, our team of technicians and engineers stabilise walls that bow, lean or bulge over a day or two at most — at an affordable price. If you want, you can stay at home while we work.
Using Fast-Fix Remedial Wall Ties in Cavity Walls
To add remedial wall ties to cavity walls, we drill a pilot hole through your home’s outer wall. We continue drilling until we reach the right depth in the inner wall. Afterwards, we insert a remedial wall tie into our Fast-fix tool. We place the tie directly in front of the pilot hole and drive it all the way into the inner wall to achieve the stability you need.
Using Fast-Fix to Repair Cracks in Masonry at Corners
We drill a pilot hole through your masonry to the depth we’ve recommended. Afterwards, we insert the remedial wall tie into our Fast-fix tool. As with adding wall ties to cavity walls, we place the tie directly in front of the pilot hole and drive it in for stability.
Driving Bow-Fix into Joist Ends
Whether your walls are solid brick, cavity or brick veneer, we begin the wall stabilisation process by locating the position of the joist ends. We mark these positions on the external side of the wall, then drill 12mm clearance holes through the masonry in line with the centre of your home’s joists.
After clearing out any dust and debris with an air-pump, we load Bow-fix into the support tool and insert it through the clearance hole. We hammer the Bow-fix into the joist end to the required depth. We then fill the holes using Epoxy-resin or Grout-set. Using dyed, colour-matched mortar we complete the process, leaving the surface as if it was never touched.
Driving Bow-Fix into the Sides of Joists
As with driving Bow-fix into joist ends, we begin the wall stabilisation process by locating the position of the joist sides. We mark these positions on the external side of the wall, then drill 12mm clearance holes through the masonry in line with the centre of the joists and fix to the first and second joists. The remainder of the process is the same, leaving the surface as if untouched.
Need Remedial Wall Ties
to Stabilise your Walls Today?
If builders have told you you need to go through a long-winded, disruptive, expensive process to get your home in shape, they don’t know what they’re talking about.
With our remedial wall ties, we offer solutions that are comparatively quick to implement and more importantly, cost-effective. It all begins with a FREE inspection of your house.
When you work with us, we promise
- Free structural inspections
We take a look at your leaning walls for NOTHING.
- Personal, friendly service
We’ll treat your home as if it’s ours.
- Simple, transparent quotes
Our quotes come with easy to understand computer-generated drawings that detail our leaning wall solution.
- Minimal disruptions to your life
Stabilising your leaning walls shouldn’t take more than a day.
- Minimal disruptions to your home
No leaning walls will be knocked down or dismantled.
- Affordable pricing
Unlike many other building companies, we only typically charge between $2,000 to $6,000 to stabilise leaning walls. See our full list of prices.
- Permanent fixes
We’re thorough in what we do, your leaning walls will be stable for good when we’re done.
- 10-year warranty
In the rare case your walls lean again, we’ll be back to stabilise them at no extra cost.
Book a FREE inspection today!
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