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Remedial Wall Ties

Remedial Wall Ties

Our remedial wall ties keep your walls standing strong and secure.

We never tear down, buttress or reconstruct anything when it comes to fixing leaning and bulging walls. These obsolete techniques break the bank and can even evict you from your home for months!

Instead, we use our very own remedial wall ties formed using the latest technology around. Implemented with progressive techniques by our team of technicians and engineers, our ties stabilise walls that bow, lean or bulge over a day or two, at an affordable price.

More importantly, you can stay at home while we do all the work.

Signs of a leaning wall

Gaps Between Your Walls
and Door Frames

Gaps between walls

When your walls are on the move, internal and external walls can detach. This detachment along with lateral forces opens these walls to the possibility of collapsing.

Horizontal
Cracks

Horizontal Cracks

Horizontal cracks indicate localised movement and a foundational failure directly underneath the wall. If you see horizontal cracks, the wall could be dropping into the ground at that specific point.

Ceiling and Cornice
Cracks

Ceiling Cracks

Ceiling cracks can indicate your home is sinking into the ground due to unstable soil or poor foundations. Pressure from sinking rises upwards and can force walls to lean, eventually creating cracks in the ceiling or cornices.

Jamming
Windows

Jamming Windows

When walls aren’t perfectly level or plumb, they can squeeze windows to the point they can’t move. If your windows won’t open, it’s likely your walls are leaning one way or another.

Why are remedial wall ties essential for my home and what causes them to fail?

If your home’s walls are made of two separate layers of brick with a gap in the middle, you have cavity walls.

To ensure these walls stay connected to the overall structure, wall ties are built into brickwork during construction. Over time, these wall ties can fail, causing them to become unstable and eventually lean.

The leading causes of wall tie failure include corrosion from exposure to moisture and water, disconnection caused by subsidence and breakage from expanding brickwork.

Remedial wall ties act as a replacement cavity wall tie to ensure the permanent stability of your walls and more importantly, your home’s structure.

What remedial wall tie repair solutions are available?

Cavity Walls

Remedial Wall ties for leaning cavity walls

Leaning cavity walls require existing wall ties to be replaced. HelicalBar™ remedial wall ties are retrofitted to reconnect walls through small 5mm holes. This returns structural integrity to your walls and ensures they don’t continue to lean.

Solid Walls

Remedial Wall ties for leaning solid walls

Over time, solid walls can bow, lean or bulge. Utilising the internal structure, solid walls are tied to timber floor joists with HelicalBar™ remedial wall ties.

Call us today to book a FREE structural assessment, call 1300 854 115

Call us today to book a FREE structural assessment, call 1300 854 115

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Our remedial wall tie solution

HelicalBar™ is our non-disruptive and cost-effective remedial wall tie solution.

HelicalBar™ remedial wall ties reconnect and stabilise leaning walls to strengthen and redistribute loads. This removes the need to knock down walls and rebuild them.

HelicalBars™ are fixed in place with a special attachment tool through small holes (5mm) in walls and are a non-disruptive solution.

If your walls are leaning due to subsidence or brick expansion, HelicalBars™ can return structural integrity to your home instantly.

Helical Bar Logo

Our remedial wall tie solution

HelicalBar™ is our non-disruptive and cost-effective remedial wall tie solution.

HelicalBar™ remedial wall ties reconnect and stabilise leaning walls to strengthen and redistribute loads. This removes the need to knock down walls and rebuild them.

HelicalBars™ are fixed in place with a special attachment tool through small holes (5mm) in walls and are a non-disruptive solution.

If your walls are leaning due to subsidence or brick expansion, HelicalBars™ can return structural integrity to your home instantly.

What our remedial wall
tie customers say

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What our remedial wall
tie customers say

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Our remedial wall tie solution promises:

  • FREE structural assessments
    We’ll come to your home to assess your leaning walls at no cost. Our detail drawings are free as well. Save money from the get-go.
  • Permanent repair of wall cracks
    Using modern techniques and our very own HelicalBars™, we repair leaning walls, permanently. What we fix stays fixed. Everything comes with a 10-year warranty.
  • Lower prices
    With our innovative techniques and technology, we work more accurately and more efficiently than anyone else. Leaning wall repair should only cost between $2K to $6K*.
    *Based on averages, subject to inspection.
  • Transparent quotes
    Our quotes are fixed and come with simple, computer-generated drawings detailing our proposed solution. There’s no mystery as to what we’ll be doing and what you’re paying for.
  • Minimal disruptions to your life and home
    With our innovative, industry leading technology, repairing your home’s leaning walls shouldn’t take more than a day or two. We don’t knock anything down or pull anything apart.
  • Mobile teams equipped with the latest technology
    Our team will help you repair your leaning walls whether it be in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne or anywhere else between, we can come out and do the job for you*.
    *Some rural locations areas will require a virtual assessment.

Need our remedial wall tie solutions today?

If your walls have stepped cracks, horizontal cracks, rust marks, show gaps between walls and door frames, have ceiling and cornice cracks or your windows jam, it’s likely you have leaning walls in your home.

We’d love to help you repair these leaning walls using our remedial wall tie solution.

Need our remedial wall tie solutions today?

If your walls have stepped cracks, horizontal cracks, rust marks, show gaps between walls and door frames, have ceiling and cornice cracks or your windows jam, it’s likely you have leaning walls in your home.

We’d love to help you repair these leaning walls using our remedial wall tie solution.