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Expert Signage Installations: Why You Need a Licensed Builder on Your Team

The Victorian signage industry has been growing in recent years, providing new and exciting opportunities for businesses and individuals who are passionate about creating stunning and eye-catching signs. At Peak Installations, we have always been dedicated to providing the best possible services to our clients, and that’s why we’re proud to announce that our Director, Ben Morris, has recently completed his builders licence.

Having a builders licence is a huge accomplishment and it brings numerous benefits to our business and our clients. Firstly, it demonstrates our commitment to providing high-quality services and adhering to all necessary regulations and standards. It also shows our investment in our business and our industry, and our dedication to professional development.

What is a Builders Licence?

A builder’s licence is a government-issued permit that allows an individual or company to carry out construction work in Victoria, Australia. The licence is issued by the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) and is required by anyone who wants to perform building work valued at over $10,000, excluding GST.

Why is a Builders Licence Important for the Victorian Signage Industry?

Having a builder’s licence is crucial for anyone who wants to complete work in the Victorian signage industry, as it ensures that the work being carried out is of a high standard and meets the necessary safety and building regulations. It also provides customers with a sense of confidence in the work being done, as they know that the company has the necessary qualifications and experience to carry out the job.

Additionally, having a builder’s licence can help to increase the reputation and credibility of a company, making it easier for them to secure new business and projects. It also demonstrates a commitment to quality and professionalism, which can be a major selling point in a competitive industry like signage.

There are several benefits to Peak Installations having a Victorian builder’s license, which include:

  1. Ability to perform all necessary construction work: Having a Victorian builder’s license means that Peak Installations is licensed to perform all necessary construction work needed to install signage. This includes any structural work needed to ensure that the signage is securely mounted, such as drilling and bolting into concrete or masonry.
  1. Compliance with building codes and regulations: A reputable signage installation company with a Victorian builder’s license, like Peak Installations, will ensure that all installations comply with relevant building codes and regulations. This ensures the safety of the public and your staff, and minimizes the risk of any legal issues down the road.
  1. Extensive experience and knowledge: Obtaining a Victorian builder’s license requires extensive training and qualifications, which means that Peak Installations has the expertise and knowledge to perform high-quality installations. They have over 20 years of experience in the industry, and their team is up to date with the latest industry standards and best practices.
  1. One-stop-shop for signage installation: With a Victorian builder’s license, Peak Installations can offer a complete solution for signage installation. They can perform all necessary construction work, ensuring a seamless installation process from start to finish.

Overall, having a Victorian builder’s license is a valuable asset for Peak Installations. It ensures that they can perform high-quality, compliant, and safe installations for their clients, while offering a complete solution for signage installation needs.

In conclusion, having a builders licence is a huge step forward for Peak Installations and demonstrates our commitment to providing the best possible services to our clients. It is an important aspect of our business, and it ensures that we are able to provide high-quality, reliable and cost-effective services to the Victorian signage industry.