26 Nov Auckland’s Leading Leaky Homes Remediation Specialists
One of the biggest blights on history of the New Zealand residential housing industry is the “Leaky Homes Crisis”. The crisis is a major issue that affects a large proportion of houses built between 1994 and 2004. These homes all share a common flaw in regards to a fault in the weather tightness. This resulted in a range of serious issues to the building, one of the most prevalent ones being timber framing decaying. This results in a damp home, meaning the home is prone to the growth of mould spores which impose health risks, and in some extreme cases, the structure of the home becomes unsound and therefore is deemed too hazardous to live in.