The Combustible Cladding Checklist has been the source of a lot of stress and concern for many strata and building owners. My Repairbuild can solve this complex process for you in a professional and efficient manner that will remove any concerns that you may have.
My Repairbuild – The Building Industry Professionals
My Repairbuild are your trusted BIPs with over 20 years’ experience in working with aluminium cladding panel. BIPs are individuals who have completed training specialising in the professional assessment of fire and safety strategies.
Thorough, careful and professional service is vital when working to a defined timeframe. The Combustible Cladding Checklist can be easily addressed without you having to waste your valuable time and energy trying to wade through paperwork and bureaucratic red tape.
Partners in High Places
My Repairbuild partners with fire engineers and certifiers to ensure that your Combustible Cladding Checklist is accurately completed the first time. This prevents the added potential stress of going back and forth. My Repairbuild ensure that the job is done well and to the letter of the law.
Engineering and architectural solutions to problems can be identified, proposed and carried through with the ongoing help of My Repairbuild. The directive is to remove stress for you and find a suitable resolution to the problem rather than prolong the process.
What Should I Know About The Combustible Cladding Checklist?
Here’s a straight-forward guide to the combustible cladding issue.
If your building is:
- Class 2-9
- Type A or B construction
- Identified as being built between 1st January 1994 and 1st October 2018
then you are required to carry out this process.
Part 1 of the process means an online checklist must be completed no later than 29th March 2019. This involves questions 1-4.
Depending on the condition of the building, you may have to complete Part 2 before 29th May 2019. This involves questions 5 and 6.
The next step, should it be required, is Part 3 (where you will engage the services of a fire engineer and work with QBCC). This is due by 27th August 2019.
All building owners must have completed the building fire safety risk assessment, fire engineer statement and combustible cladding checklist (questions 7-10) no later than 3rd May 2021.
Who Can Help?
Ensuring you meet the checklist requirements that apply to you can be a daunting task. My Repairbuild can walk you through this process. Our industry knowledge enables us to assist you with the more complex aspects of your obligations.
After all, we’re the industry problem solvers.