Main­te­nance en­sures en­dur­ing ap­peal of at­trac­tive Bel­lville com­plex

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PROPERTY -

BELLA Rosa Vil­lage in Bel­lville on a di­rect ac­cess route to Cape Town’s ma­jor high­way, the N1, is one of the most sought af­ter com­plexes in the area.

Ac­cord­ing t o paint­ing, wa­ter­proof­ing and con­struc­tion com­pany In­dawo, main­tain­ing its beauty takes hard work and a long-term main­te­nance strat­egy to stay at the top of the game.

In­dawo man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Ge­of­frey Jäck says the Bella Rosa Vil­lage body cor­po­rate un­der­stands what dif­fer­en­ti­ates the com­plex from oth­ers in the area, and has im­ple­mented a main­te­nance phi­los­o­phy to en­sure this com­pet­i­tive edge.

In­dawo has been com­mis­sioned to re­dec­o­rate the ex­te­rior of the com­plex to pre­serve its aes­thetic ap­peal.

Jäck says the chal­lenge is to com­plete the project with­out in­con­ve­nienc­ing ten­ants.

Plan­ning and sched­ul­ing a pre­cise project plan has en­abled In­dawo to re­duce this in­con­ve­nience for the res­i­dents and the com­mer­cial ten­ants, while com­plet­ing the work ef­fec­tively.

“Bella Rosa is a good ex­am­ple of the mod­ern era of life­style liv­ing of­fer­ing res­i­dents com­fort and con­ve­nience,” says Jäck.

“By en­sur­ing the ex­te­rior of the build­ing main­tains its aes­thetic ap­peal, Bella Rosa will re­main in de­mand for in­vestors in a sub­urb that is grow­ing in pop­u­lar­ity.

“Main­tain­ing the ex­te­rior struc­tures of a com­plex like Bella Rosa is es­sen­tial for in­vestor ap­peal.

“To en­sure bet­ter- thanex­pected re­turns on in­vest­ment, home­own­ers de­mand that bod­ies cor­po­rate pro­tect their in­vest­ments by adopt­ing a main­te­nance pol­icy that guar­an­tees the in­tegrity of the outer struc­tures.”

PRETTY PIC­TURE: Bella Rosa in Bel­lville is be­ing re­dec­o­rated.

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