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Hadi KhaliliHome improvement, home renovation, or remodelling is the process of renovating or making additions to one’s home.
Home improvement can project that upgrade an existing home interior (such as electrical and plumbing), the exterior (masonry, concrete, siding, roofing), or other improvements to the property (i.e. garden work or garage maintenance/additions).
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Upgrading heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC).Upgrading rooms with luxuries, such as adding gourmet features to a kitchen or a hot tub spa in a bathroom.
Increasing the capacity of plumbing and electrical systems.
Waterproofing basements.Soundproofing rooms, especially bedrooms and baths.
Maintenance and repair
Maintenance projects can include:
Roof tear-off and replacement.
Replacement or new construction windows.Concrete and masonry repairs to the foundation and chimney.
Repainting rooms, walls or fencesRepairing plumbing and electrical systems.
Additional living space may be added by:
- Turning marginal areas into livable spaces such as turning basements into restrooms, home theatres, or home offices – or attics into spare bedrooms.
- Extending one’s house with rooms added to the side of one’s home or, sometimes, extra levels to the original roof. Such a new unit of construction is called an “add-on”.
Homeowners may reduce utility costs by:
- Energy-efficient thermal insulation, replacement windows, and lighting. (Remodeling contractors )
- Renewable energy with biomass pellet stoves, wood-burning stoves, solar panels, wind turbines, programmable thermostats, and geothermal exchange heat pumps (see autonomous building).
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Safety and preparedness
Emergency preparedness safety measures such as:
Home fire and burglar alarm systems.Fire sprinkler systems to protect homes from fires.
Security doors, windows, and shutters.Storm cellars as protection from tornadoes and hurricanes.
Bomb shelters especially during the 1950s as protection from nuclear war.
Backup generators for providing power during power outages.