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Why book building restoration services through Airtasker?

Whether you want to restore a cherished family property or a historic building, Airtasker makes the search for restoration builders easy! From damage assessment to finishing, Taskers are more than capable of getting the job done. No matter the disaster or incident, a building restoration handled by Taskers can make buildings look as if nothing happened to them.

Building contractors cover a wide variety of specialities that can turn back the clock for structures that have suffered through disaster or age. On top of restoring significant structures, Taskers aim to deliver on the restoration with convenience and a high standard of work in mind. Rest assured that Taskers will give attention to detail to be more faithful to your vision of any project.

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Top Building Restoration related questions

What sets apart restoration from renovation and repair is the approach to the building work. Restoration aims to preserve as much of the original material wherever possible. This is especially true for more historically significant structures, which hold more value when the materials are original than restored. On the other hand, renovation and repair tend to be more straightforward in their approach as they’re given more leeway to demolish and rebuild.

They’re different, but they’re more related than you think. Restoration is about restoring the property to a past state before a state of neglect or damage. Once the restoration is done, the next step is to ensure the property’s value is maintained for as long as possible through future-proofing measures. This is what conservation is.

It depends on the extent of the damage that should be dealt with and the complexity of the restoration on the property – from material choice to other future-proofing measures. There’s no average ballpark here, as it would vary from project to project. It would be best to consult this with your Tasker to get a better estimate.

This is another aspect of a build that varies from case to case. It would depend on how complex the project is: how much damage needs to be fixed, how particular the details need to be, which is subject to approval, procuring specific materials that could be too difficult to source and more. You may discuss with your Tasker your timeline concerns as needed.

This will depend on your agreement with the Tasker, especially if we’re talking about listed building restoration. You can talk things out and work together with your Tasker in material selection, overseeing that the restoration is going smoothly and that your vision of the place is being realized. Convenience is great, but having visibility on restoration is also crucial.

As mentioned earlier, you can avail yourself of property conservation services to mitigate potential damages that the property might incur. These services include measures that can protect your property from fires, floods and tremors, among other things. You may also consult with your Tasker on maintenance pointers for parts of the property that you think you can manage should you want to be more involved with maintaining your property.  

What do building restoration services include?

If you’re looking for a building restoration contractor to get started on a well-loved property’s restoration journey, look no further than Airtasker! Restoration builders near you will have your disaster-struck buildings back to looking the way they were from top to bottom, inside and out – from floor repairs to refinishing, and it’s almost as if nothing happened to the property. You can expect these and more when you book a building restoration service:

Damage assessment and restoration estimates

When you request restoration of a property, chances are a disaster of some sort struck it. Fire, earthquake, or flood, you’d be asking for a restoration to bring back the property to a point before the disaster, both in look and feel. Restoration builders are capable of assessing the extent of the damage – say, rust for metal building restorations – to gauge the work needed to restore the property to the way it was.

Restoration materials costing

The thing about restorations is that it aims to restore a property to a previous state before an incident or disaster. As such, material sourcing for these kinds of undertakings can be particular, especially for listed building restorations. Be it a specific shade of paint or a specific fixture that needs concreting, restoration builders have a network of suppliers that make them capable of sourcing these materials efficiently and at a reasonable cost.

Building restoration

The restoration process is slightly different from building repairs in that it doesn’t necessarily demolish and rebuild a part of the structure. In some instances, suppose that the damage is more aesthetic like paint or wall cracks, restoration builders will strip the paint first, so they have a blank canvas to work with. Then, when they see imperfections in the structure, they will need to patch it up and replaster the wall before applying paint.

Listed building restoration and conservation

Listed properties are those that hold architectural, historical and cultural significance to a locale. As such, restorations involving these structures are given extra care and attention to detail, using a more keen eye on materials and the overall look and feel for a more accurate restoration. Restoration builders booked via Airtasker may also be tapped for these bigger-profile projects, with a potential building conservation project following the rebuild.