The exterior of your home is one of the most important parts. It is the only thing people see as they walk by, it is what protects you and your family from the elements and it can also be used as functional space in the summer months. Whether you're looking for a bit more curb appeal, a little more square footage in the sun or have some necessary repairs to your façade or structure that must be attended to, we can help. We offer almost every service imaginable when it comes to the exterior of your home.
How long does an exterior renovation usually take?
Depending on the scope, size and complexity of your Exterior renovation, the timing of this phase will differ. A simple, straightforward remodel can take approximately four weeks to complete, while a complex exterior transformation can take up to four months or even more.
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Things to Consider
1. Determine what you want to achieve with your renovation.
What is the purpose of your renovation? Do you need more space? Does a certain area of your home not seem to function right? Answering some of these questions will allow you to create a better vision for what you’d like to accomplish.
2. Visualise all your design elements together ahead of time.
It’s all in the details. Picking your design elements before the renovation begins is the best way to make sure you’ll be 100% satisfied when the renovation is completed.
3. Be inspired by timeless trends.
Trends may come and go but there are certain elements of design that will never go out of style. With our guidance, we’ll help you create a modern look that will stand the test of time.
4. Design your space around your needs and lifestyle.
There are many ideas to choose from when renovating your home. We always recommend that families sit down together and decide which of them will best improve their quality of living.
5. Be prepared for the renovation period.
Once the renovation begins, that portion of your home will be unusable until completed. It’s best to have a plan in place so you can continue to live your life with as little inconvenience as possible during the construction period.