Giving your character home a second chance is a heart-warming, rewarding experience.
By renovating, not only will you get to stay in the location you love, you’ll also create a home with authentic charm and historic significance, with all the modern conveniences you can enjoy.
Things to think about when renovating your character home:
- When renovating a character home, consider how the new work will impact the existing, both internally and externally.
- If you have a 1960s or 70s home with raked pine ceilings, painting the ceilings and structure out in one colour can be a fantastic way to modernise it without losing the impact of the volume, the structural rhythm and the patterning that the ceiling has.
- Review how your services will run through the old home. Adding a bathroom into an upper floor area over original ceilings can be problematic as the floor space may not be sufficient to run your pipework.
- Adding air-conditioning to old homes, for example, can disrupt original ceilings by punching holes through them. Think about whether you want to do this before it happens on site.
Spin Ryde can help you through this experience, with over 30-years hands-on experience by your side.
Contact Spin Ryde today to talk to us about your renovation ideas.