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A typical repair and reclad project will go through a number of stages dependent on the type and scale of the repair job.

These are the steps that happen once the extent of the problem has been established, the solution agreed and tender process is complete.

Note that Auckland Council have additional inspection steps for projects involving recladding.

Reclad Project Process

A reclad project generally consists of 6 steps:

Step 1: Planning

Includes an on-site meeting with council inspectors, project manager, owner and building professionals to discuss any issues.

Step 2: Building Preparation

  • Scaffolding is put in place
  • Tarpaulins protect the building from the weather
  • Dust covers and plastic sheets used internally if appropriate

Step 3: Removal and exposure

  • Removal and disposal of existing cladding
  • Window joinery removed and stored
  • Council inspection of exposed frame

Step 4: Repair work

This can be the biggest and most time consuming part of the project.

  • Repair or replace rotten timber and other damaged components
  • Modify or repair any roof/junction/decks
  • Timber preservative applied to new and existing timber
  • Upgrade or install new joinery.
  • Council inspection carried out

Step 5 Reclad

  • New cladding is installed
  • Cladding inspection

Step 6 Completion

  • Re-painting as required
  • Scaffolding and other material removed
  • Final inspection

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