Typical building methods take 6 months+

Our system enables your builder to take 8 weeks.

What We’re On About…

The REZICAST System allows builders to quickly attach precast panels together, hence forth accelerating build times which in return offers flexibility in design and overall cost reduction.

To grasp the value in the REZICAST System it’s important to first understand the value in Precast Concrete.

Precast Concrete offers bushfire resistance as well as termite & cyclone resistance. The utilisation of Precast also allows for superior acoustic benefits, minimal ongoing maintenance and a highly energy efficiency rating.

Traditionally Precast Concrete wasn’t suitable for the residential market due to its slow installation process, however the use of the REZICAST System means that builders and their clients can get the best of both worlds.

The REZICAST System enables you, the benefit of Precast Concrete without the hassle of long installation timeframes.

Benefits of the REZICAST System.

Rapid Build Time

4 bedroom, single storey homes can be built in as little as 8 weeks with lock up achieved in 10 days, 3 times faster than Brick Veneer.

Saves On Trade Costs

Less trades such are required as the Panels are manufactured. The REZICAST System is a very easy installation process.

Supports Flexibility

Any home design can be built with the REZICAST Systems, with an endless variety of shapes, colours, textures and finishes to the Panels.

Benefits of Precast Panels.

Bush Fire Resistance

The REZICAST System is bushfire resistant thanks to the solid 150mm thick Panel achieving a 180 minute FRP.

 

Termite Resistance

The REZICAST System is built Termite resistant, because let’s be real, what Termite is going to eat through Concrete.

 

Cyclone Build Compliant

Tie-down inserts to resist cyclonic winds are simple to install and connect. Precast finishes are highly impact resistant and require minimal repairs and maintenance.

Highly Energy Efficient

Reduced ongoing heating and cooling costs because of the thermal efficiency of the Precast Panels. 

 

 

Minimal Defects & Maintenance

Precast Panels require minimal maintenance over the life span of the home as Precast Concrete is a strong, durable and a versatile building material.

Superior Acoustic Benefits

Precast is a very good material for acoustic insulations, blocking airborne noises whilst also reducing  impact noises.

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FAQ

Is REZICAST Systems a Franchise or Builder?

REZICAST Systems is not a Franchise or Builder, we are a System, that enables builders to quickly attach Precast Panels together.

Do you have a Builder in my area?

We are currently working on involving more Builders to use our System. We’re an expanding company who welcomes all interested Builders. So, if you would like to use a particular Builder, send them our way and we’ll have a chat with them about using the REZICAST System. You can send them an information pack via our ‘Tell Your Builder’ feature, located above.

How long will it take to build my home?

When construction has commenced, on average a four-bedroom home can take approximately 8 weeks.

What does a panel home look like from the inside?

The Panels replace the Bricks that would be used in typical construction. Inside the home it’s Plasterboard and from the outside the Panels can be painted which gives the effect of a Brick rendered home.

How are services such as power points installed?

Because the Precast Panels replace the Bricks, electrical services still run in the 40mm cavity. 

Can I build a Precast Home on my block?

Most blocks are suited to build with Precast Panels. Firstly, your Builder will inspect the site to check accessibility and other issues that may be present. In most cases any issues or concerns with your block your Builder will let you know before going to far into the process.

How long until construction work starts?

Each project can vary as there are a variety of contributing factors on the timeframe prior to commencement. You will need to speak with your REZICAST Systems Builder to find a rough timeframe of the process that happens prior to commencement.

If this is such a great system why isn’t it more well-known?

Builders have been building homes with the same common practice, labour-intensive methods for decades and up until now that has been working and builders needn’t take a different approach to build more efficiently. The use of precast concrete is very well known to the commercial construction industry for large commercial developments and REZICAST Systems has adopted to same approach for building homes seeing it has many benefits. Australia has some of the harshest weather conditions and as we have all seen in 2020 homes are not performing under harsh climate conditions. With climate change upon us and climates getting more extreme each year, the need for improved efficient building technologies is needed now more than ever. The REZICAST System has been in development for the past 10 years and through trial and error the system has reached a point that precast concrete replaces outdated methods because of the many benefits it has to both builders and homeowners such as speed, strength and sustainability. You can’t get another material that is stronger than concrete.

Visualise The Process

The REZICAST System can take as little as 10 days until lock up. That’s one thing to say and another to see. Walk through the process at your own pace here.

Day 1: Place Wall Panels & Trusses

April 1, 2020

Day 1: Place Wall Panels & Trusses

Precast panels are trucked to site for installation, cranes set up and start to lift panels one by one and position them into place them onto the concrete pads. As the panels are being placed the props are positioned so the panels are held in place. Once all the panels…

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Day 2: Plumbing & Preparation

April 2, 2020

Day 2: Plumbing & Preparation

The props can be removed once above is completed. The plumber can do all the internal drainage works and the local government can come to inspect the drainage. The precast panels can be primed ready for painting. The electrician can install the main power meter box into the panel opening…

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Day 3: Pour Slab

April 3, 2020

Day 3: Pour Slab

Paint the exterior of the precast panels which is usually done in a rendered paint e.g. Wattyl Granolmpact or Taubman Armawall depending on the finish the client has selected. Texture rollers can do around windows and doors without cutting in before windows are installed. The concreters can pour the slab…

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Day 4, 5: Roof Sheets, Windows & Frames Begin Instalment

April 4, 2020

Day 4, 5: Roof Sheets, Windows & Frames Begin Instalment

Start roof, fascia and gutter. Place frames (pre-fab or onsite construction). These can be walked through garage/alfresco/panel openings. Install Windows.

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Day 6, 7, 8: Internal Fitout (ie. Services)

April 6, 2020

Day 6, 7, 8: Internal Fitout (ie. Services)

The Plumbing, electrical & ducting can be started if appropriate. The roof can be finished and eaves placed. Install all external doors.

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Day 9, 10: Lock Up

April 9, 2020

Day 9, 10: Lock Up

The home should be all locked up and ready for you to send the lock up invoice to your client.

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