What’s home remodeling or office remodeling? Remodeling is the process of altering an area’s functionality and design; such as tearing out a wall to enlarge a closet or reconfiguring a kitchen layout so the cabinets, refrigerator, sink, island and oven are in different positions. Constructing a building addition to your residence or business would also be a remodel. Remodeling doesn’t necessarily involve major structural changes; rather, it can be as simple as turning a guest bedroom into a kids’ playroom. If the purpose of a room or structure has been changed, then it’s been remodeled. Longwood-based ACCG, Inc. is a building remodeler and remodeling Professional, too! Expertly serving Orlando area and central Florida since 2005!
Remodeling and being a remodeling Professional can entail modifying the physical structure of a home or office; thus it’s often necessary to reconfigure the wiring, plumbing and ductwork, adding to the complexity and cost of a given project. A higher standard of professional labor and expertise is generally required of a remodeler during something like a building addition; and the material costs are often higher, since a lot remodeling projects involve building new additions. As a result, remodeling is frequently costlier than renovating.
More examples of home remodeling or office remodeling tasks — as performed by Longwood-based ACCG, Inc., serving Orlando area and all of central Florida:
Permits ensure that proper building codes are followed. Communities set their own permitting rules, but it’s common for a local building authority to mandate a permit any time a structure is altered beyond simple renovations — including remodeling like putting an addition on a residence or demolishing and reconfiguring the positioning of interior walls.
Big and complicated home and office remodeling projects can yield big messes. Fortunately, our preferred commercial cleaning, residential cleaning and construction site cleanup Professional, Kissimmee-based JQS Commercial Cleaning, can supplement our tidying up efforts; resulting in one less task with which our residential remodeling and commercial remodeling customers need to worry themselves.