Project estimates to warm up your homeView all types of renovations
The cost of your warm-up project is likely to cover both passive systems (like insulation and double glazing), and active systems (like heating and ventilation). We’ll start by discussing your budget, what is already there, and any other renovations you’re doing. At Refresh Renovations, we’re not tied to any single heating method or brand of home heating system - so we can give you unbiased advice on your best solution.
How much does it cost to replace your carpet?
Laying new carpet can make a massive difference in the look, and functionality of your home. It’s also important you know that not all carpets are made equal. Perhaps you have a young family or lots of pets, you need to choose your carpet to suit your family and lifestyle. This is our Australian guide to choosing the right carpet, and how much it will cost to recarpet your home.
How much does it cost to add a skylight or roof window?
Are you craving natural light in your home? A skylight or roof window can be the perfect way to add that much needed light and warmth to your space, as well as reduce the cost of lighting your home.
How much does it cost to warm-up your home on a basic budget?
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How much does it cost to warm-up your home on a mid-range budget?
Did you know the placement of your windows can affect the warmth in your home? And that creating a warmer home not only adds health benefits but also adds monetary value to your home?
The experts put together some options for you, on a mid-range budget, that will help create a healthier, warmer and more valuable home.
How much does it cost to insulate a house in Australia?
Insulation has been rated as the second most important feature of a home by potential homebuyers. For an average three-bedroom house you could install insulation from $2,500 to $4,500 (ceiling and floor depending on grade).
How much does it cost to install a home ventilation system in Australia?
Prices for installing a ventilation system in the roof cavity start from just under $2,000. A reclaim heat exchange system with two intakes and two outlets is closer to $5,000.