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INNOVATIVE AND EFFICIENT

A RECYCLED RED GUM PROJECT

Specialising in developing the highest-performing properties for both the commercial and domestic sectors, Really group is a Melbourne-based building and construction company driven by innovation, sustainability and excellence. Really group offers clients the guarantee that their investment is not only energy-efficient, but also of the most outstanding quality.

For this project, Really group sourced Red gum fence posts from the Campbellfield tip to refurbish and reuse the wood for balcony cladding and a kitchen island bench within a multi-unit development project.

Red gum has now become a rare resource in the construction industry, because milling is heavily regulated due to its endangerment. as it is an extremely durable material for buildings, the team at Really group recognised this recycled material would be the perfect timber for the required cladding and kitchen island bench.

As the benefits of using recycled materials in construction have become more prevalent, Really group has continued to reduce the environmental impacts of each of its commercial and domestic projects.

From the demolition phase, when considering the parts of an existing building that can be reused, through to costing the procurement of new materials and the amount of waste that goes into a landfill, Really group strives to reduce the overall construction cost for the client.

as a member of the Master builders green living group, Really group offers knowledge on the latest innovations that will make your home sustainable and help to reduce its impact on the environment. these initiatives include the reduction of energy use and greenhouse emissions, reducing material use and waste to landfills, using recycled water, reducing water pollution and building housing that can be easily adapted to suit different needs and lifestyles.

 

 




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