DECO Australia is partnering with registered charity Building Angels to support Australian communities affected by the 2019 – 2020 Black Summer bushfires. The devastating bushfires destroyed over 3,500 homes throughout Australia last summer.
Through their bushfire relief program ‘Building Back Better’, Building Angels will be offering eligible bushfire victims access to a range of complimentary services and building products at discounted prices so that they can rebuild their homes.
As a market leader in non-combustible building products, DECO Australia is supporting the program by offering an exclusive discount across their range of timber-look aluminium building products. The discount covers DECO’s entire range of non-combustible building products including cladding, decking, battens and slats for fencing.
All of the above DECO products comply with Australian fire safety standards AS 1530.1 and AS 1530.3, and are suitable for use in bushfire zones.
“Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected by the bushfires,” said DECO director Ross Doonan.
“We are passionate about supporting local communities and helping those in need. Given our non-combustible building products are ideal for rebuilding homes in bushfire zones, we hope by joining forces with Building Angels we can help make a difference for the communities and residents that have been affected by the fires.”
Those who are rebuilding their homes after the Black Summer fire destruction are required to comply with new building regulations that enforce the use of specifically-rated bushfire-safe materials and products. While this could add significant costs to the victims’ rebuild budget and, may – in some cases – even exceed their insurance payouts, Building Angels and DECO Australia are aiming to ease their financial burden by providing approved building materials at reduced rates.
Eligible applicants can register for the exclusive DECO Australia discount and other complimentary services and discounts via the Building Angels Building Back Better portal.