Your FREE guide to cladding in strata

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As residential and commercial high rise buildings continue to pop up across Australia, there has been growing concern over external combustible cladding and the threat of serious fire risks. Defective cladding is affecting everyone from builders and developers to strata companies and property owners. In our free cladding in strata guide, you will be able to find out what’s happening on a deeper level.

By discussing these topics and explaining what they are, how they affect you, and addressing the common misconceptions around each topic, we aim to provide you with the tools to enhance livability, certainty, and harmony within Australia’s community living landscape.

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Guide to strata and children thumbnail Preliminary checks and the basics

What is cladding and why it is important?

Before diving into cladding on a deeper level, find out what cladding is and what it’s used for. We also provide a brief introduction of the findings that state audits have revealed across buildings with high risk cladding in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.

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Guide to strata and children thumbnail Getting to know the property

Is your building up to date?

While cladding is a nationwide problem, state governments are taking a different approach with varied processes and legislation. To make sure your building is on top of any cladding concerns, make sure you look into these five key concepts.

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Guide to strata and children thumbnail Getting to know the neighbourhood

Hidden factors you need to consider

It’s important for all buildings to meet state legislative requirements but when it comes to maintaining safety, it’s best to take extra precaution and measures where possible. Here are five potential hidden topics that should be considered.

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