Knock Down Re-build Cost
The cost for a knock down rebuild always depends. It depends on your block and what sort of home, materials and inclusions you want. Even if the same size home is built on comparable blocks, the difference in pricing can be upwards of 25% based on differing materials and inclusions.
For example, electricity or gas, your kitchen bench tops, kitchen appliances, solar panels, bathroom tiles & fixtures and whether or not you want colourbond or a tiled roof will all impact the cost.
Don’t worry though, without all inclusive quote, combined with our process, we will work with you to deliver exactly what you want at a price you know is fixed.
A general rule of thumb is that if you are thinking of renovating more than 50% of your current home then a knock down rebuild may be cheaper. If you are thinking of renovating less than 50% then we can help. Take a look at our renovation services here.
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If you love your location but want a new home then knocking down your existing home and building a new one on the same site could be the answer. You won’t have to leave your neighbours, your great street or move the children away from their school and friends all just to settle for a smaller block.
It may seem like a daunting proposition, but with our help, through managing every aspect of the process, you’ll get the home you’ve always wanted with a stress free experience.
A general rule of thumb is that if you are thinking you want to upgrade more than 50% of your current home then a knock down rebuild may be cheaper than a renovation. If you are thinking of renovating less than 50% then we can still help. Take a look at our renovation services here. (link to reno page)
Benefits of Knock Down Rebuild
- you won’t need to try and secure a block of land;
- you won’t have to compromise on block size;
- you’ll stay in the area you love;
- minimal change to family life, schools etc;
- you might spend less than trying to renovate your existing home;
- there can be less risk than you renovating your existing home;
- the capital investment adds equity to your home;
- you can save on agent fees, moving costs and stamp duty;
- your home will be home built to the latest regulations and building standards;
- appliances and fittings are all under warranty;
- increased energy efficiency;
- less maintenance; and
- new homes depreciate less than older homes.
Want to discuss a possible Knock Down Rebuild? Contact us today for a no obligation discussion.