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Property Modifications

Disability services on the Gold Coast

Fitting your home or business with accessibility modifications can be a troublesome endeavour. From learning about regulations and finding a contractor to buying disability handrails and building footpath ramps, making your property accessible involves a lot of time and preparation.

At Eximm, we can eliminate the hassle. Whether you’re in Northern NSW or South East QLD — from Brisbane to the Gold Coast — our disability services can help you comply with Australian Standards.

We can retrofit disability assistance products in residential or commercial properties quickly and efficiently. With our expert team, you can be sure that all people are able to access your home or business premises and that your property is in full compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) and all relevant Australian Standards.

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Assistive technologies and building modifications for home, business and community

Our team of specialists can handle projects of all sizes, modifying homes, commercial properties and community buildings in Queensland and northern NSW. We can install high-quality disability products, including mobility grab rails, a disabled access ramp and disabled ambulant aids. Whether you’re planning to modify your home to accommodate a disabled relative or you need to ensure that your retail outlet is accessible for disabled customers and those with ambulant disabilities, we can meet your needs.

If you know exactly what you require, we’ll be happy to prepare a quotation that covers it all; if you’re still at the planning stage, we can specify the right products for your buildings and make sure they comply with all state and federal regulations. Contact us now to discuss your requirements with a member of our team

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Latest Projects

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Handrail Fabrication & Installation

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Government Housing Ramp Access Rail

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Cinema Handrail

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Building Ramp Access Rail

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What our customers say

Great Team, Great People, Great job, always keep their promises.
Special thanks to the MD, a kind and compassionate gentleman.

Hurstville . P

Build, secure, maintain says it all. They really do it all and are extremely helpful, accommodating and knowledgeable. Great staff as well.

Paul Jones

Just wanted to say thanks for pulling some strings to get your trades out on 14/15. Your guys were great and very flexible and the sparky was amazing and 100% committed to completing the works in the allocated time. Thanks again for all …

Mathew Fisher – Homeware Group

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Contact the Eximm team today

If you’d like to bundle multiple services, we can tailor a package to suit.

Call now on 1300 225 539 to chat with one of our experienced service consultants or complete the enquiry form below and well be in touch with you soon.

FAQs

How can disabled accessibility be improved in my home?

There are a number of things you can do to offer easy access to the disabled. Handrails, grab bars and lifts can be installed to make it easier for them to move around, along with ramps and wider doorways. Additionally, incorporating safety features in both the bathroom and the kitchen is essential, as they are both areas with a higher risk of falling or accidents.

Where can disability handrails be installed in my home?

According to the Australian Standard, disability handrails should be no less than 865mm vertically from the floor or greater than 1000mm from the nosing of a stair.

What is the standard height of disability handrails?

According to the Australian Standard, disability handrails should be no less than 865mm vertically from the floor or greater than 1000mm from the nosing of a stair.

What kind of disability services and products does Eximm provide?

We offer a full range of disability assistance products, including assistive technology, disabled grab rails, disabled ramp access and bathroom aids. Our services cover the design, specification and renovation of all types of buildings, with full project management provided by our experienced team. Whether you’re planning to modify your home to accommodate a disabled relative or you need to ensure that your retail outlet is accessible for disabled customers and those with ambulant disabilities, we can meet your needs.

Do handrails need to be continuous?

Every flight of stairs must have continuous handrails, including risers and winders, but landings do not have to have continuous handrails unless they must comply with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)

Why is disabled access important?

Apart from complying with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), ensuring that areas are accessible to the disabled is essential for a better quality of life and to grant equal opportunity. Implementing positive accessibility changes can make it easier for the disabled to do daily activities on their own, giving them autonomy and the capacity to move freely.

What kind of industries does Eximm cater for?

We cater to organisations in a wide range of industries, including sports, leisure, property, retail, hospitality and community services. Our accessibility modifications and renovation services are suitable for companies and individuals in all industries and market sectors. For more specific requirements, feel free to contact us.

Why choose Eximm for disability services and products on the Gold Coast, South East QLD and Northern NSW?

As a licensed and experienced full-service Australian contractor, we are able to install all types of disability products in South East Queensland and Northern NSW. Providing a turnkey service to both commercial and domestic clients, we offer the most convenient solution to all your disabled access and assistance requirements.