Refurbishment and Maintenance
Refurbishment is a part to maintain the property which accommodates in changing the space which is required by the occupiers. It also includes renovation rehabilitation, extension improvement, conversion, which is taken of an existing building. It is the action that is being altered for the required designs that improve the facilities; it can also rearrange the internal areas by not changing the original function.
There are three types of refurbishment:
- Minor: it extends the economic life span of 5 years. It can be easily carried out in an occupied building.
- Medium: it can renew the existing fabric and services of the building as compared to the standard of the present day. It can be taken as the major advantage of technological advances.
- Major: the main purpose of major refurbishment is to secure for the long term a benefit that exists in the planning consents.
Refurbishment is the process of transforming an empty space into a functional room, which can be used as a bedroom, office space, and a gym. A refurbishment for your house is considered to be permitted development which does not require any application for planning permission. There are some limits and conditions that are used in developing refurbishment.
Property Refurbishment is one of the most popular home improvement types in Oxford. Most of the people prefer this method for increasing the value of their home. The installing process of loft conversion is a little complicated but with the help of Professionals, it can become easy and safe.
Maintenance is the procedure of finding any faults in any of the equipment or machine that can easily remove the faults. It is a work that is carried out to preserve an asset such as a roof or heating boiler.
Maintenance of anything is very important to look good. There are a number of ways through which you can maintain anything-
- Physical integrity: it keeps the asset in good working order which minimizes the disruption.
- Risk management: it keeps the asset in a good state which looks good for the owner’s health and safety.
- Aesthetic preservation: it keeps the asset from deteriorating the appearance which becomes unsightly.
- Responsible stewardship: it ensures the asset to achieve full service of life with full potential.
- Duty of care: it is done so as to satisfy the duty which is owned by the owners of the property.
- Duty to mitigate: it prevents the unnecessary damage of the assets which may result in premature failure.