Home Renovation gives you a good opportunity to future-proof your investment while making your dwelling more pleasant and comfortable to live in. Renovating can be a hefty task, so here’s some advice to make sure you make the most value out of it. Doing Your Homework When you want to make general improvements in the home, it’s important to check out what you’re working with already. A good way to assess your current conditions, is using the SWOT method (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats). This method opens up different renovation prospects in your home, and helps you to figure out which part you should tackle first. For example, Strength: Structures that are safe and adequate, and you are happy with it being retained Weakness: Spaces that are in poor condition, require modification, repurposing or demolition Opportunities: From the previous findings, you can outline what actions you can take Threats: Areas that need immediate attention and can interrupt with your renovations To DIY or not to DIY DIY renovation can be extremely rewarding, if done right. Nobody wants to have to spend time and money on a renovation, only having to come back and fix it. Firstly, check with your […]
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