Remediation of a multi-unit housing complex in Flat Bush, Auckland, to address water tightness issues.
This multi-unit housing complex in Flat Bush was remediated to address water tightness issues as a result of poor material selections and workmanship, resulting in a new aesthetic to inject life back into the homes.
The separating inter-tenancy walls were remediated and neatly re-flashed to the existing monier concrete tile roofing to ensure this high-risk area would no longer be susceptible to water penetration.
The dated and weathered plaster cladding was removed and replaced with a new weatherboards on a drained cavity along with addressing the junctions to improve weathertightness. This was selected to update the dwellings aesthetics to better suit a classic residential look and provide a robust exterior that is durable and long-lasting with reduced upkeep.
A new colour palette freshens up the housing complex with a modernised look and contrast with the existing roof colour.