Property and building remedial works due to damage from storm, wind, hail, fire, or flood - Paynter Dixon
Storms, wind, hail, fire, and heavy rains can cause significant damage to residential, commercial, and government properties. And as climate change continues to create increasingly unpredictable weather patterns across Australia, storms are a growing risk that can impact lives, livelihoods, and the economy.
Paynter Dixon’s unique approach combines years of experience on the frontline of storm damage repair with industry standards and best practices. This allows us to handle property and building remedial services effectively. Services include emergency make-safes to prevent secondary damage and injuries resulting from decay.
Remedial builder Paynter Dixon provide building services that reliably repair, rebuild, refurbish, and restore
With an approach shaped around the 4 R’s – repair, rebuild, refurbish, and restore – Paynter Dixon employ a strong and passionate team of in-house architects, design managers, and engineers to seamlessly implement tailored solutions that bring a damaged property back to its original condition via remedial works.
Paynter Dixon’s expertise as a specialist remedial builder ensures that all critical building works can be undertaken rapidly and to the highest standards. These works range from concrete repair and waterproofing to flooring systems and full structural rebuilds, with the company’s teams handling everything from upfront planning to complex issues.
Leading Remedial Builder in Australia – Paynter Dixon
Paynter Dixon’s remedial builder services involve the refurbishment, repairs, and reconstruction of property that has been damaged by weather, accidents, vandalism, or natural ageing. The team is skilled in all areas of structural repairs, cosmetic upgrades, and updates to align with modern safety standards.
What makes Paynter Dixon different is the firm’s unwavering commitment to undertaking all remedial building works in line with the character, style, and culture of the property. The firm works closely with in-house designers and architects to repair and restore, without compromising on the building’s unique history.