If you have recently acquired an older home, or require major upgrades where you reside, you may need a complete home renovation. These renovations can become time consuming and involves most major elements of your home.
In these types of projects, the interior finishes are removed, and you start from the studs of the house. However, you may also decide to leave certain finishes, which may still be in good condition. This may include the wall surfaces, flooring, trim work, and most of the mechanical systems of the home including the electrical, plumbing, and HVAC.
Usually majority of complete house renovations involve the kitchen and bathroom to start with and add-ons such as basement, laundry room, bedrooms, and other common areas. Upgrades and repairs may also be needed with new renovations including insulation, flooring, plumbing and HVAC, electrical and wall finishes. In some instances, the exterior and structural elements of the home may also need to be looked at including the home’s framing, masonry, roofing, landscaping, and windows and doors.