The home has been previously clad in Permalum aluminium cladding with butt-jointed thin windows and timber architraves, this previous renovation was done in the 70’s.
The concrete tile roof was restored. The eaves clad in Icon eave sheet (almond). Peter changed the downpipes to the colour of the Palliside cladding (glade) which was installed after stripping the aluminium cladding which was dented and peeling. Cladding aluminium windows with external architraves as part of the extrusion and the existing external timber architraves are removed. The old windows had perished rubber, were corroded and because of their size were rattling in the wind and leaking. My cladding windows have no rubber on the outside to perish, they are silicone sealed, cyclone rated and guaranteed not to leak as I also flash the surround of the new windows when they are installed.
For extra insulation and security I installed Grey laminated security glass (the same as fitted to office buildings). The glass is also available in clear. Most of my jobs have laminated glass in the windows, for insulation and security.