1920’s iron roof, timber windows, weatherboard home with exposed rafters and eaves in original condition, dry rot in weatherboards.
Firstly all dry rot was cut out ! The barge boards on the gables are cover in colorbond and the gutters and facia are fitted and the eaves boxed in with eave sheeting the verandah ceiling was also clad. The meter board was exposed and a colorbond meter box was installed, the cladding windows installed were single hung to match the 1920’s style. Powder coated Georgian columns are fitted and the weatherboards are cladded over with Palliside UPVC weatherboards which will not support combustion (burn) and can be used in all bush fire zoned areas of Australia .
The home now looks like it did when it was built in the 1920’s and will now last another 100 years with no maintenance other than a wash.