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Renovating increases the worth of your home, and can also improve your lifestyle
Interior view of the kitchen area which features interior design, office, real estate, table, gray
Interior view of the kitchen area which features contemporary design & furniture

Architectural plans and 3D-modelling are helpful to visualise your renovation project. But how do you gauge how your remodelled home will perform? What will it feel like to live in?

Certified Renovations, together with Future-Proof Building, provides a solution with its new Tomorrow's Renovation show home, says CEO Vaughan Stanley.


View of this home architecture, ceiling, daylighting, floor, interior design, loft, product design, structure, wall, gray
View of this home

"The show home is designed to offer real-life inspiration to homeowners, while encouraging building professionals to use innovative practices and high-quality materials. Every detail utilises future-proof principles energy efficiency, quality assurance and resource responsibility."

Initially a single-level bungalow, the house has been transformed into a two-storey home with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and extensive living areas, both indoors and out. As with many of its projects, Certified Renovations employed design company Yellowfox to create the exterior and interior design work schemes.

View of the interior wall ceiling, curtain, floor, interior design, living room, shade, wall, window, window blind, window covering, window treatment, gray, black
View of the interior wall

"Certified Renovations is expert in all facets of building and construction. We take a step-by-step approach, working with the client to ensure total satisfaction."

For further details, contact Certified Renovations, phone (09) 846 6060, or view further projects on the website: www.certifiedrenovations.co.nz.

Oct 30, 2010
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