Electrical rough-in. This is another task that should be left in the hands of pros unless you are one of the very few DIYers who are experts at it. A licensed electrician will run new circuits where required, install lighting and vent fans, and will arrange for the work to be inspected. Later, after the inspection is complete and the walls and ceilings are finished, the electrician will return to hook-up outlets, light fixtures, and fans. Two inspections are required: one at the rough-in phase, another after the final installation.
Yes, all of our bathroom renovations projects are covered under a 7-year guarantee. We work with the best tradesmen and professionals in the industry to ensure that all work is done in compliance with the Australian building codes but at the same time, also provide guarantees for all work that we do. We are here to ensure the maximum satisfaction of our customers.
We understand how important it is to get your renovations completed on time particularly when the bathroom being constructed or renovated is used regularly. This is the reason we allocate professionals who are reliable and efficient to handle your renovations job for you so that all work from the planning to the finishing is completed within your time constraints.
No, this is not a requirement. Most people opt to stay out of the home (or leave for holidays) during the renovation job. Our team of professionals take the utmost care of your home while you are away and take strict security measures to ensure the maximum safety of your entire home during the renovation. If you choose to stay at your home, our team will respect your home and the privacy of all its members.
The cheapest route of all also typically the one that takes the most time: doing all or most of the work yourself. A very (very) skilled DIYer with plenty of time and a group of willing friends and helpers may be able to finish a bathroom remodel nearly as fast as a general contractor, but very few homeowners fall into that category. And there is the issue of quality: good contractors will do the job professionally, while many DIY installations will be recognizable as the work of an amateur.