Champion Homes Knockdown Rebuild
Does this sound familiar – You love the street you live in, your children are happy with their friends and their local schools, however your needs have changed and the tired old house does not work any more but you don’t want to move.
Champion Homes understands the difficult decisions Australian working families and home owners have to make when deciding to knockdown and rebuild.
Champion Homes believe home owners have three options when considering what to do with their existing home.
- Knockdown rebuild
- Renovate the existing home
- Sell the existing home and move
Let’s look at these options in more detail
Champion Homes realises that over the past 10 years the concept of knocking down an existing home and replacing it with a modern new home has grown in popularity among Australian families and this is bourn out by the increasing level of enquiry for Champion Homes knockdown and rebuild services.
Champion Homes is well placed to help home owners with the many questions they have about the knockdown rebuild option.
Champion Homes can recommend suitable home designs to suit the home owners land. Champion Homes will take into consideration such matters as solar orientation, size and scale of the dwelling when looked at in relation to neighbouring homes, council issues such as set backs, height, stormwater, BASIX and any heritage or conservation issues. Heritage and conservation controls are especially important when considering knockdown rebuild in the older suburbs of Sydney.
Champion Homes can understand the popularity of knockdown rebuild when you consider that no matter how much you love the old home, nothing compares to the feeling of moving into your brand new home.
Renovate the Existing Home
Champion Homes realise that for some home owners, after they have considered their options, renovation may be the only avenue open to them. This may be due to council controls where demolition of an existing home is not permitted, or if an existing home is demolished the council controls on setbacks, bulk and scale and overshadowing may make the construction of a new home not a feasible proposition. And finally there is the total dollars spend, while it is generally more expensive per square metre to renovate, the price of the new home in total dollars spent may be higher than renovation.
Sell the Existing Home and Move
The home owner’s decision to sell and move is a decision motivated by many factors, not just the condition of the existing home. Therefore no meaningful comparison can be made with knockdown rebuild or renovation.
To find out how you can knockdown and rebuild contact Champion Homes on 1300 136 200