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Getting someone to do your house renovation isn't easy, especially if you want extensive exterior house renovations or bespoke home renovations (that only a skilled specialist can pull off). That's why Airtasker is here to help! You can book some of the best and most experienced home renovations specialists in your area - and all you have to do is make a post.
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This is on a case-to-case basis. The need for a renovations permit can vary from state to state and from council to council, so requirements for a permit in one place may not exist in another. To avoid any unpleasant surprises, you'd best prepare the necessary documents like the floor plan, blueprints and renovation plan and present them to your local council to see if you need a permit.
You'd think they're the same as some people use these terms interchangeably, but they're different avenues for home improvement. Remodelling can involve making drastic structural changes in a home while renovating is often cosmetic. It's not uncommon to tear down walls, add more square footage by extending the space when remodelling. On the other hand, renovating can be as simple as repairing any damage in your home, then installing new light fixtures, tiles, doors and windows.
You can make a few improvements to add to your home's value, and the good news is that they don't cost a lot of money! These include fresh paint, a well-maintained garden or outdoor living space, an updated kitchen with energy-efficient and attractive appliances, new cabinetry and new flooring that matches the look of your home. You can consult an expert on what improvements you can make now to add more value to your home.
That depends on several factors like your personal preference, needs, your purpose for renovating or remodelling and most importantly, your budget. The choice between renovation and remodelling also depends on which option can bring the best return on your investment. For instance, would change the tiles and updating the fixtures on an existing bathroom give you a higher return instead of demolishing the entire bathroom, then designing and constructing a new one? You can hire an expert to help you decide.
The easiest answer is that renovations can maintain or potentially increase your home's value, depending on the type and scope of renovations. But renovations don't always have to be about what's on the balance sheet - these can provide a better quality of life. Don't ignore simple renovations like applying a brighter shade of paint, new tiles or getting new energy-efficient home appliances. All these can make your home more pleasant and not to mention; it can help you feel better!
The standard practice is to renovate your home every 15 to 20 years, but don't wait that long for areas of your home that show signs of wear sooner. If your gutters and downspouts are damaged, have them repaired or replaced straight away - rainwater that isn't properly diverted to drains can cause premature erosion on your property. Or worse, seep into your basement and gradually weaken your home's property foundations.
Your house renovation service includes all the activities necessary to restore or give areas of your home a new look. This can consist of repairing or replacing old or damaged fixtures or features of your home. Your hired Tasker can perform most tasks involved in home renovation to help retain, regain or, in some cases, increase your home's value.
This service can consist of helping you plan the renovation, getting materials and hiring labour, supervising the removal of old materials or fixtures, then implementing any tasks required for the renovation.
Your Tasker can help you determine which parts of your home to renovate if you haven't planned or decided on them yet. They may do a thorough inspection of your home to see which areas, rooms and fixtures need fixing or replacing, then recommend which renovation jobs to prioritise and perform.
Your Tasker may provide you with a renovation plan that can include blueprints or sketches of the finished project. Some Taskers can get the necessary documents and permits for you upon request if you lack any of these.
After the permits and renovation plans are done, your Tasker can find and hire the appropriate contractors. They can look for the necessary specialists to work on your bathroom, repair parts of your roof, install new electrical sockets or get any expert appropriate for your renovation project.
Your Tasker can also get the necessary materials, tools and equipment. They can turn over any materials left over after the project's completion.
With the labour, materials and tools prepared, your Tasker proceeds with implementing the renovation. If necessary, your Tasker may hire specialists to take any old or damaged fixtures apart, then have other specialists remove the debris and place them in the neighbourhood skip for disposal.
They can be on-site to supervise and inspect the work, ensuring that this is done according to your agreed renovation plan, building codes, safety standards and best practices.
Your Tasker can make a thorough inspection of the site once all the renovation work is done. They can make sure that the work is top-notch, complies with relevant safety regulations and standards and meets the requirements set out in your renovation plan.
Your Tasker can have any work redone if they don't meet the criteria or conform to your renovation plan. This process can continue until you are both satisfied with the result.