Renovations, Alterations & Additions

A renovation is an update to an existing building or a return to a new condition.

  • 1 February, 2015
  • Renovation

An alteration is a change to an existing building.

An addition is adding to an existing building.

Most people consider any combination of the three to be a renovation.

The design of whatever addition you do can be a difficult process. Because there is already an existing building, whatever you do must complement what is there. That doesn’t necessarily mean you have to imitate the design of the existing building, but any new addition needs to be sympathetic – and this is where a design professional can help you considerably.

LJ Hooker NZ

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