In its previous form it was not expected that this house would sell at much over a figure of around $1.8 million, despite it being Double Grammar zone and well located. Architect designed but with a plaster on cavity cladding, the stigma of leaky buildings and their association with plaster systems meant that this house was not marketable to its full potential.

The recladding work, replacement of window joinery and some minor refurbishment work to the interior of the house involved a spend of circa $350,000.00 — fees and other costs brought this up to close to $400,000.00

The revitalised house was well received by the market and sold quickly for a sum of $2.7 million

We are experts in adding value, and recladding can be one way of achieving this objective for the right house – this exercise also shows that work that you need to do can be turned around and made into work that you want to do, to enhance and add value to an otherwise quite ordinary building

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