Recladding Costs Auckland
How much will it cost to reclad my plaster home?
Costs for recladding your plaster home will largely depend on the property type and how far you plan to go with your home transformation. Whether your goal is to prepare the property for sale with a stunning new look or simply to secure weathertightness issues and modernise, your budget is going to dictate the project’s scope. It’s useful to have a budget in mind before beginning discussions with any reclad companies, but keep in mind that every project is different and the costs vary depending on the requirements.
When determining a project’s costs, these are the key areas that we take into consideration.
- The size and level of complexity of the project
- Site access, for example if the house on a step site requiring extensive scaffolding
- The extent of the damage to the structure of the building
- Where the damage was sustained – damage to more costly areas in the house like kitchens and bathrooms will require more redecoration work
- Whether the home requires new joinery such as door and window joinery.
Would you like any additional renovations or alterations done at the same time?
When your home is being reclad is also the perfect opportunity to modernise your interior and make any layout changes, particularly if you’re thinking about selling. We’re specialists in reclads that include interior renovations so can provide accurate renovation cost estimates as part of your reclad.
Reclad cost estimates
In our experience re-cladding costs for a stand-alone, mid-sized 3-4 bedroom home fall into the following ranges:
- Remedial Design is usually between $5,000 – $10,000
- Building Consents cost around $4,000 – $6,000
- Building Consultant $2000 – $3,000
- Building Work $150,000 – $300,000
As mentioned accurate costs are largely dependent on the requirements of the home. Typically, the full recladding cost usually sits between $250 – $320K for an average two storey home.
Along with the exterior recladding, this includes timber replacement, new joinery, insulation, deck work, balcony work, roof work and some interior work such as painting and new window architraves. If the property is just a top storey with block on the bottom storey or a small single storey, the cost expectations can be halved. Bathrooms, kitchens, new floors, new fireplaces and interior layout changes are additional extras.
Further examples of building estimates for reclad homes are outlined below. Please note these are estimates only and costs can vary depending on the site and complexity of the project.
Recladding cost examples
Book a no-obligation quote or give Tom a call on 0800 777 977 with your reclad questions.
How can I ensure my home reclad project stays on budget?
We offer fixed price full contract agreements which allows you to lock in costs to deliver the work required. You can also choose to work with our experienced reclad sub-trades; such as plumbers or electricians, or use your own. Give us a call today to find out more or book a call with Tom.
Recladding to sell
Repairing your home is the only way to go if you are thinking about selling. Any plaster home will be tainted by leaky home issues and selling will be difficult. A full reclad will transform your home, effectively returning it to new as well as giving it a stylish modern look that will ensure you achieve the best possible price at sale.
If you’re preparing your plaster home for sale, check out our comprehensive guide with everything you need to know when recladding to sell.
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