Quality Certifications

MAINTAINING QUALITY STANDARDS

Our Quality Certifications

RCR Services prides itself on delivery quality products and outstanding service in line with our quality assurance certifications. All of our team are equipped with an advanced knowledge of workplace health and safety and strictly follow the standards set out by government legislation not only while working on your roof, but also in project management, sales and consultation. If we can’t do a job safely, we won’t do the job at all! We are certified with CM3 (Contractors Management) as a standard protocol to ensure we have the correct insurances in place and are equipped to effectively manage risks and safety while on site. We are also certified with Smart Tech and IPro systems to assist with developments and construction in the hospital and aged care sectors.  Our team is all qualified and certified in their respective areas and maintain their own personal standards alongside the ones set out by the organisation. Our services all come with a warranty guarantee We strive to provide the best possible services but are focused on continual improvement of our services where possible. At RCR Services, your can rest easy knowing that we are the best at what we do and we have the quality staff and standards to prove it!
VIEW OUR MOST RECENT AND CURRENT PROJECTS

Our Recent Projects

Oasis Apartments - Roof & Concrete Remedial Services - RCR Services

Oasis Apartments

RCR was contracted by Oasis Apartments, Nelson Bay to carry out remedial waterproofing works to the flat concrete roof slab. The roof slab had numerous

Read More »
Sanitarium - Roof & Concrete Remedial Services - RCR Services

Sanitarium

Sanitarium in NSW recently engaged RCR to waterproof the roof of the grain silos. Over the years the existing sheet membrane had deteriorated and was

Read More »
Muswellbrook Hospital floor sealing - Roof & Concrete Remedial Services - RCR Services

Muswellbrook Hospital

Muswellbrook hospital’s plant room floor areas had never been waterproofed and the concrete floor slab leaked extensively into the ward below, rendering them unusable during

Read More »