By recladding your home, we’ll remove all the rotten timbers that can end being growing grounds for mould and fungi, causing health issues. As part of the recladding process, we’ll replace the old, dangerous wood with new treated timber, add upgraded insulation, incorporate venting through the cavity system and finally put up the new cladding and install the double glazed joinery etc.. The team from Nicol Renovations will turn your dangerous leaky home into a healthy place for you and your family to live.
Giving you property a makeover will raise its profile, appeal and value.
Ensuring your home is built to the latest building standards and rectifying any leaky home issues will increase the value of your property. Is your home plaster clad? Replacing plaster with new cladding will improve the appeal of your home to the larger market place.
There are many factors that contribute to leaky homes and why homes have water and moisture issues.
We specialise in replacing cladding and have years of experience dealing with recladding and leaky homes. We pride ourselves in providing our clients with proven systems, quality workmanship to the highest standard and quality materials. We only employ licensed builders and subcontractors and through our comprehensive project management skills we make sure our clients are kept well informed about the whole recladding process, so any unforeseen or unknown issues that could arise are dealt with efficiently and effectively.
We never take short cuts. At Nicol Renovations Ltd we make sure that the inconvenience, cost and upheaval of your daily lives by home improvement and recladding will not happen again. We back up our building work with our 10 year guarantee.
Additionally we also give a 12 month warranty against defects for contracts of $30,000.00 and over. What determines a defect is clearly stated on a link on our website or can be obtained through The Department Of Building And housing. (DBH)
Meeting between owners, LBP builder, architects and council to discuss requirements for your project.
Scaffold is erected around the whole house. Rafters over the house are also included forming a roof for the shrinkwrap to be fitted to. Shrinkwrap is then installed putting the whole house inside a weather proof cover. This means work can take place rain hail or shine until the recladding project is completed.
These are generally easy to form and will be included in drawings and plans for your project from the outset. If you have a timber floor then the outside ground levels will have to be lowered to comply with building regulations.
Our clients have asked us to simultaneously carry out bathroom renovations, kitchen renovations, new interior painting and extensions or additions to their existing house. Any timber that we remove will require new interior wall linings to be installed, gib-stopping and painting done so in many cases kitchens and bathrooms may have already been affected by the recladding work.
While the team from Nicol Renovations Ltd is already on the job, it is the perfect time to upgrade your home.
If your roofing is concrete or metal tiles these can be added to. However, if your roofing is longrun roofing iron, your existing roof sheets will not be long enough as the roof has been extended.
Initially, costings can be provided for recladding, new joinery, new roof etc. However, but there will be variations along the way so a contingency plan will need to be allowed for.
Reclads are difficult jobs to price as there are often many unforeseen or unknown factors. Rest assured! Our project manager will keep you, our client, well informed through every step of the building project and will provide solutions for any issues that do arise.