For this existing 3 level house built in early 2000 with a parapet roof, membrane decks and direct fix plaster cladding, CCG was engaged to provide a recladding design solution for the house. As the house was classified as ‘very high risk’ under the Building Code, the challenge was to design with reduced weathertightness risk while also improving the look of the building. The planning control for the building height is at its maximum as is, so roof pitch could not be increased, it was proposed to introduce a fully torched membrane roof with overhangs and strategic introduction of sun rooms at most vulnerable places.
Recladding of an existing two level house on the North Shore. We provided a quality documentation service and thereafter completed 2 more recladding projects on this local road, as well as the design of another new recladding project.
Recladding of an existing three level house in North shore city. One of the more complex recladding project CCG have undertaken, this involved two levels of severely leaking decks, HIRB issues and flat roofs. Resource consent was required due to maximum height infringement, which CCG successfully obtained for the project.
cladding of an existing two level house in North shore city. The house had a large flat roof in the middle of the house. CCG proposed a roof re-design for less weather tightness risk which still achieved good design matching with the house. A mixture of brick and weatherboard cladding was proposed.