WHY DO I NEED TO RE-CLAD MY HOME?
In the 1990s many homes in New Zealand were built using poor cladding methods (such as Monolithic systems) and products that were not suitable to the weather conditions we experience. Homes were also designed poorly with lack of eaves.
The 1990s also saw the relaxing of timber framing treatment standards, which made matters worse. The combination of the poor cladding systems and the use of untreated timber meant that homes began crumbling and had led to homes having serious structural damage.
Leaky homes also pose potential health risks as rotting timber can lead to the growth of the fungus called Stachybotrys triggering skin and respiratory problems for its occupants.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
We know that coming to the decision to re-clad your home is not easy. But we believe it should be viewed as an opportunity to enhance the quality, look, performance and ultimately the value of your home.
However, leaky home repairs can go wrong. The process of recladding a home varies greatly to a new build and requires a totally different set of skills. Here at Next Level Construct, we have completed plenty of re-clads and have the experience and knowledge to complete your project.
The result of a Next Level Construct re-clad is a home that is warm, dry, stylish and has excellent resale value.