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InHouse Group: House Renovation

InHouse Group: House Renovation

 

Renovating a house can be a step in the unknown since the old houses are prone to a number of surprises and hidden costs. As with any building project, your first concern when a home is yours is where to start from. The production of a renovation plan is often more difficult than starting from scratch.

 

The renovation of your space is capable of being the source of happiness and tranquility in your everyday life. Through the right and planned renovation, the house can be made more functional, covering the modern needs and offering you an upgraded quality of life through a modern aesthetic.

 

In InHouse Group We make sure that the renovation of your home is not additional stress in your everyday life. We plan with emphasis on detail and adhere to the exact schedules we have set from the beginning of our agreement. We undertake the complete processing of the project, thus offering you the freedom to continue undisturbed in your everyday life.

 

Types of renovation

In a general context, there are two main types of renovation: partial and total.

The partial home renovation includes only a few rooms of the house or some pieces of it. Unlike, the total renovation is performed throughout the premises.

 

Partial House Renovation:

Usually, the partial house renovation is applied to homes that are relatively new in order to complete the aesthetics of the premises.

Total Home renovation: Total home renovation is usually done in old houses because it would be impossible to sell or dwell in their current condition.

Which rooms are best to be renovated?

The basic rooms that need, in most of the cases, renovation, are the bathroom and the kitchen. The renovation of these spaces will add value to the price of your property and will upgrade your daily life at home. The living room and bedrooms are the least utilitarian rooms in a house, therefore, good furnishing and decoration are capable of conferring a sense of new on the specific spaces.

 

On the contrary, the quality of the bathroom and the kitchen depends on the use of space and its equipment. A modern bathroom and a modern kitchen will surely upload the value of even a fairly old settlement.

 

How long will it take a house renovation?

 

To a large extent, the duration of a renovation depends on its size, which defines the number of tasks to be performed during it. The key to keep as short a renovation as possible and to have an aesthetically and technically qualitative result is coordination and planning. In InHouse Group We undertake the complete processing of the project. Our team consists of experienced and skilled technicians and professionals in the field. The professionals of our company faithfully follow the program of work, without making a discount of course, in the quality of constructions and materials.

 

Choosing a good and effective renovations company is the key to making all the tasks that a project can include in their time. In InHouse Group in addition to the original furniture offer, we cover all the above decorative furnishing elements of your home.

With fame for quality, know-how, consistency, friendly and efficient service and above all beautiful renovations, in InHouse Group we convert simply houses to those of your dreams.

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Where Should You Start First When Renovating a House?

Where Should You Start First When Renovating a House?

You’ve decided to renovate your house but don’t know where to begin. If you’re renovating so you can stay in your home for a longer period of time without systems breaking down, your approach is different than if you’re renovating to get a higher price when you eventually sell. Analyze your reasons, needs and how much money you have for the renovations before you put your plan into effect.

Assess Your House

Hire a licensed home inspector to check your house from top to bottom. He’ll climb into the attic to check for dampness, scour the basement looking for leaks, test the heating and air conditioning systems, examine the roof, the plumbing, and electrical panels. Evaluate the results before deciding on a plan of action.

Systems

If your heating and air conditioning unit are problematic, decide whether a full replacement or a temporary fix is in order, depending on your goals. Providing a comfortable environment is paramount to your enjoyment of your home. A faulty air conditioner promotes mold which is unhealthy for you and your family and is expensive to remediate.

Plumbing

If you’re going to upgrade your bathrooms, be sure your plumbing can tolerate increasing pressure and usage. Repairing leaky fixtures, damaged flooring and improper ventilation results in lower water bills. If they’re not repaired and you’re selling the house, the problems will be pointed out by the buyer’s inspector.

Efficiency

Homeowners are guided by energy efficiency. The importance of downsizing and using energy efficient appliances is reflected in the Energy Star ratings attached to appliances today. Renovating a kitchen with granite, stainless steel, new cabinetry, and flooring is the second most requested renovation project. A new kitchen increases your home’s value, and installing energy-efficient appliances attracts a buyer’s eye.

Windows/Doors

A home renovation project that includes installing new windows and doors leads to less cost in running the house. Double glazed windows and solid doors are an expensive renovation but yield benefits, both for the homeowner and a potential buyer.

Small Projects

While consumers like “new,” renovating with small projects are effective. Paint the house, inside and out, to give it a fresh feeling. Replace the flooring, using wood if you can, to add value. Re-landscape the front and back lawns for curb appeal. Install new bathroom and kitchen hardware if a total renovation is out of your budget.

Where Should You Start First When Renovating a House?

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Color Matching

Color Matching: Combination of the colors of the furniture and the floor

Make sure your floor color is two shades lighter or much darker than the color of the furnishings. Flooring and furnishings of the same color and wood can be combined if you put a carpet in a different contrasting color between them. On a neutral floor, for example, natural oiled oak, do not be afraid to use dark wood furnishings such as wenge or walnut. Very attractive is the light furnishings with white varnish. Furnishings in light wood combined with light-colored walls and light-colored floors create a relaxed home atmosphere. This is a safe approach, but you may end up with a dull interior. Many simultaneous color tones can become monotonous.

What mood creates a particular floor color?

• Floors with yellowish beige color. The yellowish beige colors are warm, comfortable and create a sense of optimism. Floors with oak, beech or maple design make the darker room warmer.

• Red-orange floors These floors give a warm feel to the room. This color is often combined with stunning yellow accessories.

• Brown floors A brown color, especially for floors, points to our relationship with the earth. Compared with the walls, it must always remain in the background. Coffee is made up of many other colors, which means it can be combined with many other colors. Coffee is not a dull color. It is handy and suitable for different interiors, as long as the light in the room is enough and highlights the brown color. In some interiors, complementary colors for the floor and walls are combined to create contrast. In other cases, a combination of tones is preferred. Combining tones means combining dark and light shades of the same color. This can create very harmonious and calm effects, however, it can become monotonous.

How to combine colorful floors with walls and furnishings

 

Types of tropical wood produce very warm floors. For example, merbau, afzelia doussie, natural varnished Quick-Step teak etc. These types of wood are very lively and for this reason, it can be difficult to combine with the furniture and the lining of the wall.

Tip: Keep the walls warm and neutral, eg in off-white shades. This creates an attractive contrast to the floor. Do not overdo it with contrast effects and use at most one or two different colors.

 

 

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