Melbourne is experiencing major destruction from storms. Winds of about 100 kilometres per hour were recorded on the bay and in the state's south-west. These storms are causing major headaches for homeowners who are experiencing severe damage to their property and in particular, roofs.
If you have roof damage and need replacement tiles, contact EcoGroup today.
We will help you match your existing roof with our 100% recycled roof tiles.
We have a wide range of both concrete and terracotta roof tiles as well as ridge capping, chimney pots, ridge lace and other roofing accessories.
Contact us now for a quote.
1300 326 274.
For more information about our roof tile products, head to our catalogue here.
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Knock-down-rebuild seems to be the latest buzz word in the construction industry.
Every suburb has excavators and machines ploughing through the normally quiet residential streets in preparation to knock down either one huge old house to make way for multiple townhouses or an even larger mega mansion.
It seems so easy, just knock it down, clear the rubbish and get started on building, but it can get very complicated and extremely stressful if not done right.
Let us help you make this process a little less stressful.
We get customers all the time that don't understand things we are asking for or get a shock when we bring up tasks that they need to do.
We make sure all the details you need to know are clearly stated in the contract and every other demolisher would be the same.
So, to make sure you don't get any surprises or you are left unprepared and stressed out, read your contract from start to finish.
Demolition works will not commence until all gas and electricity services have been abolished and not
Due to privacy laws only the person who is an authorised account holder can arrange
gas and electricity abolishments through their service provider.
The abolishment of gas and electricity generally takes up to 20 business days with your service provider.
The cutting and sealing of sewers will only be required if your builder or architect advises that this is a
requirement. Should you require cut and seal of your sewer, you will need to organise a licensed
Water connection is required during the demolition and construction phases, as this is an Occupational
Health and Safety requirement. So, don't cut the water!
You will need to check with your local council if a Tree Permit is required to remove trees. Local councils
have regulations for tree removal. It may depend on the size or type of tree. Contact your
local council to check their regulations. Your local council website should have this information. This can be a lengthy process, so get this checked before you apply for demolition.
Demolition or building works will not commence until you have arranged Asset Protection via your local
council. Asset Protection is a council requirement. The permit is required in order to protect council
assets such as footpaths, kerb and channel, trees, pits/drains and nature strips from damage during the
transportation of equipment, machinery and building materials. Contact your local council for further
Almost every house built before 1993 will have some asbestos in it somewhere.
Whether you leave it to us or another company, asbestos is a serious business that needs to be managed by professionals. Don't mess about with your safety or the demolishers. Get it checked first.
A Certificate of Title is the deed which shows the land description and registered
proprietor. In the event that you are unable to locate your Certificate of Title document
you can obtain a copy via Landata.
We've put this info plus more into a helpful factsheet you can download here.
Here at EcoGroup we pride ourselves on being Australia's first green demolisher. We recycle up to 97% of all materials taken from a demolition site.
So when choosing your demolisher, make sure your old house isn't being sent straight to landfill. What a waste! Recycle Right. Choose EcoGroup.
For a quote, click here. Or call us on 1300 326 476.
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Every now and then we stumble across items when doing demolitions that are just too good not be given a second home.
We always try and salvage these items so they can live another life and perhaps bring joy to someone's life in its current condition rather than being recycled.
When we find these things we list them on various sites to try and sell them on or sometimes we keep them at our plant in the hope we can use them ourselves.
Here are a few of our salvaged items that we would love to see go to a new home.
If you would like any further information, please get in touch with us or come down to our Clayton yard to see them in person.
Comes as one complete structure but is in 8 sections. Piped and cabled. Includes kitchenette and bathrooms. Carpeted and has curtains. Must arrange own transport to collect from Clayton Victoria. Approximately 21mx21m Front steps included. Electricity board included. Sections are 7.4m x 7.4m. Ceiling height is 2.6m.
Three phase diamond blade brick saw. Still in working condition.
Handmade blue stone saw. Still in working condition.
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Eco-Friendly and sustainable garden Mulch
Made from 100% recycled timber
Great for the environment
Mulch is great for gardens as it improves soil structure
Mulch has excellent moisture retention and weed control
Mulch is well seasoned and will last for years
Now is the time to mulch your garden
We have large commercial quantities available with capacity for ongoing supply.
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100% reclaimed, red-blue clinker bricks. Beautifully cleaned and restored in excellent condition.Special offer. 0.99c each delivered within the Melbourne metro area. No holds. No rain checks. Minimum of 500 per order. Maximum of 20,000 available.
Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Conditions Apply. Contact us for more details. 1300 326 754. Offer valid until March 31.
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