Balcony Repair and Replacement for High-rises
Balconies can provide some extra sunny space as well as a nice view for high-rise living. However, if balconies are in poor construction, under normal aging and not maintained well, they will deteriorate and cause problems. Repairing high-rise balconies should be considered immediately in order to avoid punitive damages which may lead to serious injuries.
Signs of damage
Due to the temperature drops, the water freezes and expands to create cracking. Cracks in concrete, no matter the size, of a balcony should not be ignored because this leads to structure of the balcony getting weakened. There are some signs that property owners should look for, such as rust stains, salt stains, concrete spalling, cracks, rust of reinforcement, or any discoloration in the roof or floor to avoid further rusted balcony or further damage. If there is any damage occurred, these should be evaluated and fixed by a reputable restoration company.
Benefits of balcony repair
Balconies have been an important accent piece of commercial properties, high-rises, or condominiums. When properly repaired or replaced, balconies can enhance property value, increase exterior aesthetic, and contribute to safety.
As with any structure, balconies need a regular care and maintenance to last longer and look their best. If balcony repair or replacement is required, property managers or owners should consider it immediately to add years of enjoyment and value to the highrises, commercial buildings or condominiums.
About Adriatic Restoration
Adriatic Restoration has been operated by the same owners and under the same business name for 33 years. As a family-run company, we have provided quality industrial building restoration services for decades. My father, who brought me up in the business, taught me everything I know about work ethics. I oversee every job and take a hands-on approach to all our projects. As a person who was born and raised in Bergen County New Jersey, I have experience working with local businesses in commercial buildings throughout North New Jersey and Central Jersey.