Are you frustrated with your current lifestyle? Strapped for cash, stressed about maintaining a big house, and feeling the need to downsize? With your children leaving home, rooms standing empty, and your landlord refusing to allow any renovation, you aren’t living the life you envisioned. And yet, buying your own property is out of your budget. What are your options if you want to downsize and still enjoy a comfortable lifestyle?
Look no further than a Nutec home!
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Nutec is an artificial material formed from mixing and then compressing fibres into cement and silica. The result is a board-like material, which you’ll apply to the frames of small homes, outside sheds and wendy houses, and even double-storey homes. These boards serve as cladding for any interior or exterior.
Nutec has its benefits if you’re looking to downsize on a budget:
Is a Nutec home cheap to build? It needs to be if you’re downsizing and unable to afford a typical house.
According to Property Connect, constructing a Nutec home costs about 15% less than a brick and mortar house (Property Connect, 2018). The financial benefits continue when you consider that not only are Nutec homes long-lasting and typically more durable compared to plastered houses, but they take less time to construct.
However, do apply caution when you decide to buy (or build) a Nutec home. It is always safer to go with a reliable manufacturer rather than an individual on Gumtree or social media who seems too cheap to be true.
Unfortunately, many people lost their money to this scam.
Nutec is an eco-friendly material manufactured from renewable fibres and comes certified by SATA or SABS standards. Suppose you want to downsize on a budget. In that case, Nutec is an investment worth making - not only because the manufacturing process doesn’t damage the natural environment, but because the boards are sustainable and require less maintenance than a traditional house. A Nutec home is made to last!
Everite Building Products Pty Ltd., a local South African company, is proudly eco-conscious regarding Nutec roofing and cladding solutions.
Time is money. And when money is tight and you’re renting a large home that costs you a fortune on utilities and maintenance, you can’t afford to wait around for your new house to be built.
So how long does it take to build a Nutec home? Significantly less than a usual house. Of course, this depends on the size, but on average, the construction of a Nutec house can take about 3 weeks.
Nutec boards are water-resistant, fireproof, and you won’t have to worry about rodents chewing through them or fungus growing in your walls; Nutec is rodent and fungus resistant!
Owning small and living big is possible with a Nutec home. You might have to downsize, but why should it rob you of a comfortable lifestyle?