COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING REFORMTIPS FOR renovations
Comprehensive reforms of housing, whether because they have purchased a home and want to change to suit the personal lifestyle or because they have decided to change the style of the residence requires a thorough planning of each and every one of the steps if we want to meet with unpleasant surprises and end up not be happy with the proposed reform.
Undoubtedly, the first thing to do is a project of comprehensive reform of housing, which can be commissioned to provide professional advice on the drafting of comprehensive reform, especially in the event that the reform affects structural elements of the house. Of course to do this project is necessary to be clear about how we want to be our home after the reform, the type of finishes for walls and floors, the distribution of the different rooms of the house, materials for doors and windows.
The next step, when the draft comprehensive reform is already developed, will request quotes from multiple professionals to compare. It is important at this point to have some references of companies that budgets are requested, but it is also important to remember certain aspects that must be included in the budgets for comprehensive reforms.
The basics in the budgets for reforms are:
Building permits: either to carry out major works, ie those comprehensive reforms affecting structural elements of the house and therefore must always be accompanied by a signed technical project by an architect, or minor works (replacement of facilities, floors or linings renewal). They are usually handled by the specialized reformasintegrales but it is important that the budget be reflected in the cost of such processing company.
It must be clear that the director will be comprehensive reform company responsible for the removal of debris removal material in an approved landfill.
Check if the company conducting the reform has a liability insurance that responds to potential claims for work performed.
Establish the form of payment for renovation work, which usually requires that anticipates a percentage of the cost of the reform to the procurement of materials. Ideally, a system of payments that will be making the various payments based on the completion of the various works including the draft comprehensive reform of housing, leaving a percentage for the final payment, when the reform is completed and not There is disagreement with any of the renovations made.
Finally, it is important to find out, in the event that the proposed reform is going to make changes in electrical installations, plumbing or gas, if the company to conduct the reform has certifications and approvals necessary for the implementation of the same , thus they avoid problems with the legalization of these facilities.