PROCESS

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Step 1.

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Get in touch with us

To kickstart your renovation project, simply contact us or stop by the Abode Renovation Centre. We will then discuss the scope of your renovations and arrange a convenient time to visit your home for an obligation free measure and quote.

Step 2.

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Outline your vision and requirements

We will spend some time to understand your needs and requirements so we develop a bathroom, laundry or kitchen renovation solution that matches your personal taste and lifestyle. We will outline your various options and discuss our wide range of fittings and accessories that will best suit your home. We will also take a full measure of the relevant rooms so we can provide you with a detailed quote.

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We provide a renovation quote

This is your opportunity to review the costs involved and decide if you would like to make any alternative choices.

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Follow up consultation

When you are happy with the quote, we will book a follow up consultation with you so that we can determine the finer details and discuss any changes or alterations you’d like to make to the plan. We will also formalise the agreement with an Abode Renovations contract.

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We begin the renovation process

Once the contract has been signed, we will organise a convenient time for our renovation team to start work on your project. Since we offer the full suite of renovation services, we can manage sub-contractors such as electricians and plumbers, to save you time and money and ensure compliance with all Australian standards and government legislation. During the renovation process, our professional work ethic and streamlined practices should hopefully cause you as little disruption as possible. Our friendly team will also keep you updated at every stage of the project.

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It’s time to enjoy your newly renovated home!

After we’ve finished the renovations, we’ll ensure that you’re completely satisfied with the final result before wrapping up the project.