At Clarendon Homes, we’re always harping on about knocking down and rebuilding, and just how good it is and why. There’s a reason we got into this business and that’s because we love brand-new homes. They’re sort of our ‘thing’ and that’s why we shout it from Clarendon homes’ rooftops that we think everybody should jump on the KDR (that’s what we shorten it to, FYI) bandwagon.
We put together a list of reasons why knocking down and rebuilding could be the option for you…
- Well, first of all, you don’t have to worry about inheriting other people’s problems, which is often the case with a previously lived-in home. When you build brand-new, your only problem is which colour scheme goes with your furniture and who gets which bedroom.
- From the get-go, your home is tailored completely to you and your lifestyle in each and every detail. There’s just no feeling quite like having brand-new everything. We recommend it.
- New homes are healthier, safer and greener than their older counterparts. In a Clarendon Homes home (well, any new home, really) you’ll get all-new plumbing, modern electrical systems, and there are no other nasties found in many older homes, like asbestos and lead paint. And now that new homes are required to leave a softer footprint on the earth, you’ll be closer to green than ever before.
- Because of better insulation, window construction and new appliances, you’ll ultimately save on energy bills.
- There are no ongoing repairs meaning no fuss. There’s no need to remodel, repaint or re-anything – you’re home is ready for you to enjoy the moment you move in.
- Welcome to a new world of convenience. With smartly located laundries, walk-in pantries, spacious bathrooms, airy alfresco areas, and ample storage space, a Clarendon home never leaves you wanting more.
- Knocking down and rebuilding can save you more than double on renovating. Yep. Double.
- Because you get to choose your layout, colours, fixtures and fittings, you can truly tailor your home to you.
With all that said, it’s hard to see the point in reworking and oldie when there’s could be a brand-new home with your name all over it. Okay…not literally, but you get what we mean.