Knockdown Rebuild

Knockdown Rebuild

Replace your old house with a new, energy-efficient home

Are you looking at knocking down an existing house and replacing it with a brand new one? If so, Provincial Homes can help you on your journey. Let our team of experienced consultants and builders work with you to create the ultimate home that enhances your lifestyle, as well as taking into consideration your personal taste and needs. Ready to demolish your old house and replace it with a new, energy-efficient and stylish home? Start your journey with us today.

Benefits of a knockdown rebuild

Save yourself the hassle of a renovation or an extension: knocking down and rebuilding your home can actually work out cheaper than the alternatives. Not only will you get a brand new house, brand new appliances and a full builder’s warranty, but you’ll be able to remain in the suburb you love, surrounded by the same friends, family, shops and schools! If you’re interested in finding out more about our knockdown rebuild process or getting a quote, please contact us here. We’ll guide you through the entire knockdown and rebuild process, so you can live in the home you’ve always wanted and to your exact liking, from the layout right down to the furnishings, surfaces and door handles.

The knockdown rebuild process

At Provincial Homes, it’s our aim to ensure the knockdown rebuild process is simple and streamlined for you. That’s why we’ve explained each step below, so you can easily understand what’s involved in the knocking down and re-building process.

Step 1

Choose your house design and discuss land requirements with one of our friendly representatives.

Step 2

Organise a free building quote and site inspection.

Step 3

You will be provided with a tender to either accept or tweak to make some further customisations to your house.

Step 4

Accept your tender; we will draw your plans for your approval.

Step 5

Once you are happy and have signed your plans and contract we will lodge your DA or CDC for you.

Step 6

Time to engage a demolisher. Provincial Homes have various contacts for this including Site Demolition, some examples of their work can be seen below.

Step 7

After your house is demolished and building approval has been granted, Provincial Homes will order a pegout survey and then start the process of building your brand new home!

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