Of all the teams this season, House 3 had the least renovation experience. Originally having their eyes set on House 4, but the property was quickly snapped up, forcing the couple to settle on House 3 – the biggest house seen on The Block this season.
They were inspired to apply for the show in Melbourne’s lockdowns, with hopes that the tree change season would push them out of their comfort zone. Although nervous before the show, they didn’t shy away from the challenge of the biggest house for the couple with the least experience
The 1890’s original homestead sits on an incredible outlook over the couple’s acreage property. Filled with heritage details, Linea™ Weatherboards, with their deep shadow lines were the perfect choice to replicate the look of timber for this traditional farm-house cottage.
Linea™ Weatherboards clad their renovated cottage to deliver a beautiful exterior reveal that withstands tough Australian conditions. Perfect for rural areas, Linea™ Weatherboards adhere to bushfire attack level requirements to BAL40. Resilient and resistant to shrinking, swelling and warping, Linea™ Weatherboards offer lasting beauty for this traditional cottage.
Hardie™ Products: Hardie™ Fine Texture Cladding
House 3 chose Hardie™ Fine Texture Cladding for their shed, creating a look that's calming, uncluttered and complements the other corrugated materials used for the build. This season's tree change shows the importance of choosing exterior materials that complement each other.
As a proud supplier of this tree change season, we gave this season’s contestants the opportunity to use our products to turn their visions into reality – and they did just that. Be inspired by the looks and the Hardie™ products that made them possible.
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