Selling Houses Australia

Paint a Roof have now been selected twice by Selling Houses Australia – Foxtel’s premier property lifestyle show now in its 14th season. In season 13 Episode 7 we restored a concrete tile roof of a property in Glenelg, Adelaide. In Season 14, the current season we travelled to Penola, South Australia and restored a colourbond tin roof. These were happy experiences and we met all the cast and many of the crew who made us feel very welcome.

Glenelg – Season 13 Episode 7

Sao and Chrissy from Glenelg North, SA featured in Season 13, Episode 7 of the Foxtel Original series Selling Houses Australia.

The couple, both huge fans of AFL team Port Adelaide, were struggling to make ends meet after they suffered an investment property collapse.

This left the couple with a huge amount of debt and they were finding it tough to pay the mortgage. 

The Selling Houses Australia team gave the house a huge makeover, stripping back the dark and outdated fittings (and all the Port Adelaide memorabilia) to turn it into to a light-filled, modern home.

“It was basically a different house,” Chrissy explains. “What they did in the kitchen was amazing. Painting it white and adding the modern touches made such a huge difference.

You can read more about their story by clicking on the following link.

Penola – Season 14 Episode 5

Homeowners Rob and Robyn applied to be on the Foxtel Original series Selling Houses Australia after trying to sell their home for 12 years! A record for the smash-hit show, currently in its 14 season!

The couple from Penola, SA, were keen to move on from their four-bedroom, three-car garage house, built in 1927, but an odd lay-out, a crazy flooring issue and some unusual decor meant potential buyers were not keen. 

After all these years on the market, the couple wanted to sell for $325,000 because they had spent $250,000 on an extension, and they needed to recoup their investment. 

Andrew wasn’t sure this was possible, but Wendy and Dennis took on the job and simplified the home, it’s decor and the vast outside space so buyers could see the potential of the property. 

And it worked! After the renovation the couple sold for $360,000 – and could move on with their lives. 

You can read more about their story by clicking on the following link.

Selected by Selling Houses Australia for their South Australian Roof Restorations