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10 Landed Home Renovation Plans You'll Need To Take Note Of

Renovating a landed house may look as simple as 1,2 3, but it may require more than just a few simple steps.

Here's a link to a Channel News Asia report on why it may still be a "minefield" for home owners

We believe that assuring due diligence is crucial when making or investing in your new home.

So here's our take on a home renovation plan for a landed house:

1. Determine the scope of the renovation: Decide which areas of the house need to be renovated. For example, you might want to update the kitchen, remodel the bathrooms, or add an extension to the home.

2. Set a budget: Determine how much money you are willing to spend on the renovation. This will help you to prioritize which renovations are most important and ensure that you do not overspend.

3. Hire a contractor: Find a reputable contractor who has experience with home renovations. Ask for references and check their credentials to ensure that they are qualified to do the job.

4. Develop a timeline: Work with the contractor to develop a timeline for the renovation. This will help you to stay on track and ensure that the renovation is completed on time.

5. Choose materials: Select the materials that will be used for the renovation. This may include flooring, countertops, cabinets, and appliances.

6. Demolition: If necessary, remove any existing fixtures or finishes that need to be replaced or updated.

7. Renovation: Begin the renovation work, which may include installing new fixtures, laying new flooring, painting, and adding any new features or extensions.

8. Clean up: Once the renovation is complete, clean up the area and remove any debris or waste.

9. Final inspection: Have a final inspection done to ensure that the renovation meets all building codes and regulations.

10. Move back in: Enjoy your newly renovated home!

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