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Jan 11th, 2021

Here are 15 steps of a renovation and /or remodel project.
1. Budget.
2. Design, Planning & Permits.
3. Roof, Foundation, Water Issues, Siding, Windows.
Roof replacement or repair; foundation fix; stopping water leaks (that may threaten future work); installing or repairing siding (the outer covering or cladding of a house which protects it from weather) and windows. Large projects must be done first because subsequent projects are impacted by them.
4. Demolition.
Demolishing and disposing of sections of the house that will be replaced by new build changes.
5. Structural Carpentry.
Carpentry that is supporting other work such as drywall, new or moved walls, windows, doors, etc.
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6. HVAC Ductwork, Electrical, and Plumbing.
Ductwork refers to the system of ducts (metal or synthetic tubes) used to transport air from heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment throughout your home. Vital Electrical and Plumbing services that need to be installed when the walls and ceiling are open.
7. Windows.
Installing new or replacement windows.
8. Insulation.
Laying the insulation in the walls and ceilings.
9. Drywall/Plasterboard.
Closing up the walls and ceiling with drywall. A second inspection from the electrical inspector (and perhaps the plumbing inspector) will give you the go-ahead to close up the walls.
10. Install Carpentry.
Kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms
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11. Fine Carpentry.
Carpentry that is not supportive (Fine carpenters give your house that finished touch) such as Interior doors, architrave, window sills, trim around windows and doors built in shelving (bookcases, breakfast/study nook) alcove cupboards, dado rails, shaker panels etc.
12. Interior Painting, Wallpaper, and Other Surface Finishes.
Painting interior walls, hanging wallpaper, painting/staining/sealing moulding and trim; all of these detail-oriented surface finishes should be the last items you do indoors as this work can damage other work of yours.
13. Flooring.
Installing the flooring as late as possible in the renovation process saves your flooring surface from significant damage from foot traffic and materials/equipment coming in and out of the house.
14. Roof, Siding, Render, Gutters, Downpipes.
Exterior work on the outside of the house to improve aesthetics.
15. Major Auxiliary Buildings.
Any buildings that are detached from the main house. Swimming pools / Sheds / Garages etc

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